A Spider in Your Palm

You’ve showed up. You’ve said yes. You’ve stood at the door and knocked asking for answersLooking for a way to rise above the person you were last year. You’ve done your work in secret and shared what you had with the world. Now, the healing comes. Rolling hillsThe eyes that switch and shift in darknessonlyContinue reading “A Spider in Your Palm”

Walking on Sunshine

It’s time for you to come into your own. Don’t hold back. You are the energy that creates worlds. Abraham Hicks I’ve had a great week. I’m walking on sunshine right now taking in all these positive vibes. I’m riding this wave as long as it’s willing to carry me. Here I am, in aContinue reading “Walking on Sunshine”

Novel Writing Life

Learning to enjoy the complete project, beginning middle and end, is what makes a creative’s life more bearable. Saschia Johnson Starting projects is fun and exciting. I love having projects outside of writing because for me, they get finished much quicker than writing books. Some people pump out books and they are great! Maybe somedayContinue reading “Novel Writing Life”

“Come Upon” the Right Word

For your born writer, nothing is so healing as the realization that he has come upon the right word. Catherine Drinker Bowen I’m working on a part of my book and I’m feeling like I can’t find the right words to express the story in a way that I want. What do I want? SomethingContinue reading ““Come Upon” the Right Word”

Waiting Period

If life were predictable it would cease to be life, and be without flavor.  Eleanor Roosevelt I have this behavior where if there’s an event/appointment coming up, I can’t do much of anything until it comes. It can feel exhausting sometimes. Fortunately, the day has finally arrived so now I can stop waiting. My lifeContinue reading “Waiting Period”

Just Get It Done

I got to spend a big chunk of the day getting my handwritten edits onto my word doc. I also added a new scene that lit my fire. I have been forgetting a lot lately to have fun with my writing. What made me think of that at all was a conversation with writer, KentContinue reading “Just Get It Done”