“You should be proud of yourself,” my husband said. “You wrote a book.” It was nice to hear. It meant a lot. He went on to tell me how much I have achieved and how proud he was of me. I keep thinking about his words. Something was bothering me. And I realized what it … Continue reading Are You Proud Of Yourself?
LIfe is tough. Let’s admit it. Each and every one of us is fighting battles of our own, and going through certain struggles that in most cases are not even visible to people around us. First of all, because we don’t like to share them. I mean, who wants to admit their weaknesses? Besides, we … Continue reading Finding Strength In Your Weakness
I miss my story and my characters. “Follow the Hummingbird” is entering the final editing stage. I’m still receiving feedback from beta-readers, and it’s such a bitter-sweet feeling — I know I will go back to that world and tweak some things, but I miss the writing process. I miss creating those worlds. I miss … Continue reading The Magic of Storytelling
I opened my plan for the week only to realize that it was the plan for the past week. I didn’t make a new plan for this week. And it’s already Thursday. Somehow. My first thought was, “I failed. Again. I keep trying to do everything right, but I never succeed.” Of course I don’t. … Continue reading The choices we make
Imagine yourself walking along the beach. The sun is shining, a light sea breeze is playing with your hair, it’s peaceful and calm. Sure, you can hear a few seagulls yelling at each other while fighting over food, but that’s just an integral part of the scenery, nothing to be annoyed about. It’s a beautiful … Continue reading Worries, self-doubt and pigeon sh*t
“If Content is King, Consistency is Queen”. This phrase has become really popular lately and you probably have come across it many times. When it comes to writing, I can tell from my own experience that consistency is indeed a very important factor in achieving success. I have to admit, I have never been good … Continue reading Her Majesty Consistency
I have wanted to write for almost 40 years, but I only started to actually do it last year. When looking at it like that – 40 years vs 1 – it feels like such a waste of time, doesn’t it? But it isn’t, really. Sure, I could say that had I started writing decades … Continue reading 7 Simple Things To Help You Write
I have always wanted to write, since I was a kid. I used to hear a voice in my head that was narrating everything I saw (of course I didn’t tell anyone, even now as I’m writing this I realize how crazy it sounds) – the voice was addressing me in third person, as if … Continue reading How I Started Writing
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