How I feel about actually working on my second draft and getting responses to emails - winning!


To be honest, I’m about to finish this pint of ice cream and try not to cry anymore. 


Time for some chai tea and some writing.


I don’t know why I feel so drained. Being around people can do that to me sometimes, but today wasn’t so bad. Ehh. Maybe I should’ve gotten that free iced coffee. I have stuff to do! Mostly email people about not emailing me back. Oh, and write. I need to write some more. Two hundred forty six words so far.


Updated all my creative writing stuff and my reward is to finally watch Grimm and Hannibal. That is if I don’t fall asleep lol. I didn’t watch it earlier because I got my mom hooked on the new show, Sirens (and she wanted to watch every episode).


  • I watched the ABC Family show Baby Daddy and I actually liked it. 
  • I wrapped up all my creative writing stuff.
  • I didn’t do any research so I could go ahead and write questions and contact the next person I want to interview.
  • My second journalism piece got published today. (Click to read)
  • I need to get my clothes ready for tomorrow.
  • Ginger ale. Yes, please.

thestriversrow:

Just a reminder. Happy National #Poetry Month. Check our site for tour dates this month!

thestriversrow:

Just a reminder. Happy National #Poetry Month. Check our site for tour dates this month!


I need to take these two characters I love from one of my old stories and put them in a new one. I also need to go to sleep lol


ivegotstoriestotell:

Life is less like a symphony. It is a rusty language, a shadowy whisper yet  a waxing chant of love and lust and light.

ivegotstoriestotell:

Life is less like a symphony.
It is a rusty language, a shadowy whisper yet 
a waxing chant of love and lust and light.


Author Shout Out: Poetry

ivegotstoriestotell:

I love a good poetry book or chapbook even if I do have the habit of not reading it all the way through the first time I pick it up. Check out these two poets and their chapbooks - Love Letters by Jon Alexander Watford and Cassiopeia at Midnight by N.L. Shompole.

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Love Letters by Jon Alexander Watford ( poetryandfingerprints )

I’ve written a Poetry Friday post about this chapbook and I’ve read it twice. Great stuff for the romantic in all of us.

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Cassiopeia at Midnight by N.L. Shompole ( kingdomsinthewild )

I haven’t read this book, but if it’s anything writing-wise to her oncoming project, Twelve Names for December, which you can read now, it’s great. Click the link for more info on her oncoming project.