This book felt like a dream - sometimes magical, sometimes feverish, even descending into a nightmare.
After completing another manuscript in May, I stepped a little out of my comfort zone.
When she awoke, she felt broken. There was no door, and the jump from the window didn't look any more appealing, nor did the dragon look more comforting. Things were as they always were. Except worse. Because she knew different now. She knew what was out there, and what she was missing. How could she … Continue reading Part 10: She Wanted Different
The week was up, and still the boy didn't return. Worry became the girl's constant state. Where was he? Why hadn't he returned? Was he truly angry with her? Or was something else keeping him away? Well, nothing had kept him away before. So that last worry was quickly debunked. No, there could only be … Continue reading Part 9: An Attempt
Do you ever feel that something you've dreamed about your entire life, something that you want more than anything, that you're willing to do whatever it takes for, isn't actually meant for you? Lately, I've been entertaining the notion that perhaps not everybody's dreams are meant to come true. Perhaps wanting it more than anything … Continue reading An Interruption
NaNoWriMo - noun National Novel Writing Month, in which writers the world over pledge to write 50,000 words of a novel in one month.thirty days of writers everywhere pulling their hair out, ruining their sleep schedules, eating piles of junk food, and drinking their body weight in caffeine, all in the pursuit of a story. … Continue reading I Won NaNoWriMo (x2)!