10 Things You Can Do to Be Creative

We have children inside of us, even if you’ve buried them deep down. Many of us, if not all of us, have heard of the inner child. But how often do we pay them heed? Children, by nature, are creative beings. At some point in our lives, many people decided that they were not creative.…… Continue reading 10 Things You Can Do to Be Creative

Reading and Writing in Excess

I had never read Stephen King until recently. Sure, I’d watched the movies. But I’d never sat down and read one of his mammoths. I was a bit ashamed to say that I’d never read his work. I did finally read Stephen King’s “On Writing”, and that is what turned me onto his work. He’s…… Continue reading Reading and Writing in Excess

The Hidden Histories of Antiques

I went antique shopping this weekend in a quaint little town where there’s an antique store on every corner. I found quite a few small items that sparked stories. I wasn’t going for photographic art here, but the pictures are more of just a reminder of the items that I saw. I hope that maybe…… Continue reading The Hidden Histories of Antiques

The First Week of NaNoWriMo

I’ve seen some updates for the first week of NaNoWriMo, so I thought I’d jump in. I’ve been so wrapped up in my story that I haven’t surfaced much to talk about it. I’m also very sensitive during the creation process because my manuscript is my precious little newborn baby that I’m just not ready…… Continue reading The First Week of NaNoWriMo