The Importance Of Diplomatic Passion
Admittedly, I’m a very passionate person. I’m passionate about my content producing and social media management expertise, and I’m passionate about my writing goals as an aspiring author. In my professional and personal life, I’ve learned that passion requires management. Sometimes excessive passion can run a situation over the cliff before you have time to—oh shit—stop it.
People often use the word passion quite liberally, but have you ever actually looked up the definition?Read the rest of this entry »
The Drive (A Short Story)
The day was plain. The dull blues of the sky were devoid of clouds, wind, and any hint of impending thunderstorms. In truth, the earth felt plain. Read the rest of this entry »
When is a Novel Truly Finished? Seriously, I’d Like to Know!
“They” say that writers are never quite done editing their novel, that there can always be some bit of tweaking or full on rewriting to perform. But at some point you need to know when it’s time to end the rewrite process. I’m not even sure I know when that moment is exactly, after rewriting a few chapters, deleting stuff, and having a professional editor go over it. Read the rest of this entry »
One True Love (A Haiku)
Your smile is the sun
Your joy is the sky and earth
You’re my one true love
WordPress Meet and Greet – All Bloggers Welcome
As I said in a previous post I’m trying to network with more bloggers, so I’m reblogging this thanks to Jason AKA “Opinionated Man” @ Harsh Reality. Hoping more people will like, follow, comment and grow our network! I always follow back and have been doing my best to comment more on other blogs that I read. Read the rest of this entry »