Create Rich Experiences

When writing with others, I think it’s important to make sure we are appreciating both aspects in our writing communities; our differences and our commonality For most of us writers, we’re all doing our own thing, writing our own way, living our own individual writer’s life the best way we know how. We focus onContinue reading “Create Rich Experiences”

Writing, Magic, Obsessions

The unexplained happenings in the writing world. If you write enough, you tend to notice certain patterns. It’s usually a series of coincidences, but then again you may just become a hyper observant creative. You need the minute details for your story, so to find them you may become borderline obsessed with finding the answers.Continue reading “Writing, Magic, Obsessions”

Tools to Experience Freedom to Grow

Creative freedom is a gift we have as humans beings. It liberates us from a world that would be just fine seeing us lose our life to fit into their box. I started writing my For the Conscious Writer posts in 2020 with the intention of having it lead into a mentoring program. (I createdContinue reading “Tools to Experience Freedom to Grow”

Abrupt Endings

How do you know when you’re finished with your story? I always cut mine short. I tend to rush through the endings and not take my time the same way I do when I start. Sometimes I think I just wanna be finished. Sometimes I just feel like it’s a good place to end. ThingsContinue reading “Abrupt Endings”

Share Your Writers Life with Me.

So 11am writing sessions are officially a thing in my life. It worked out wonderful. This whole mini adventure of amping up my daily writing habits reminds of writing. I maneuver people places and spaces around till they fit together nice and snug. I didn’t expect this journey would take me to midday writing. IContinue reading “Share Your Writers Life with Me.”

Self Reflection and Writing

For the Conscious Writer Photo by Vince Fleming on Unsplash ”It is always our own self that we find at the end of the journey. The sooner we face that self, the better.” — Ella Maillart Photo by Reno Laithienne on Unsplash Self Reflection This is the cardinal rule. “Know thyself.” Self reflection is the direct link to knowing yourself. As conscious writers, weContinue reading “Self Reflection and Writing”

You’re Contribution is Valuable

Dear Writer,   Photo by Johnny McClung on Unsplash Understand that you’re contribution is valuable What you have to share is irreplaceable. People can write things similar to you and that’s ok. You’re adding your work to the mosaic. Maybe your piece is a little darker, or more positive, or more factual. We need it all. No matterContinue reading “You’re Contribution is Valuable”

Trust The Writer

6 ways how to trust your inner writer Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash As writers, it’s important to value the process, but it’s trusting in your writing that helps deliver it to world. When I find myself doubting my work, it brings me down. I get writers block. I can get overly frustrated while I’m creating, soContinue reading “Trust The Writer”

Show Up and Bare it All

On Writing Photo by Jorik Kleen on Unsplash When you look at a writer’s work, you can’t look at one piece and know the whole artist. One piece of work is just a bleep on the radar. Especially in today’s world. You can’t just look at one post, or one blog, or one short story, poem, whatever. YouContinue reading “Show Up and Bare it All”

Allow Your Characters the Space to Become Monsters

Photo by Thomas Dumortier on Unsplash Let your characters choose between right and wrong. See how they react in a situation. Sometimes they surprise you and they respect themselves far more than you think. Same in life, you have to let people choose to make the wrong decision. If you take away the chance for someone to chooseContinue reading “Allow Your Characters the Space to Become Monsters”