“Hold on, honey” he said. Hold on to what you are.
all my life, i have been driven by love illuminated and overthrown by its powerful gift i have been awakened by the kindness of strangers and pushed myself to give the peace of kindness when i craved only war i maintain desire full and luminescent i maintain health and prosperity and god’s grace all words are… Continue reading 3/12/2015: channeled meditation
Tip #2. When self-editing, your Strikethrough key loves vague language. Example: A) “I was completely obsessed with Nick.” (Mmk, common enough…we know this person is obsessed, but what does obsession look like? Strikeout that previous sentence and then ask, How can we say this more dramatically, with language the evokes, excites, stirs? Raise some brows, my dears…)… Continue reading Self-Editing Tip 2: Strike Through Vague Language! (With Writing Prompts)
Thanks to advice from fellow blogger Daniel Dow, I realized I was skimping y’all on my “About Me” page! Can you believe I didn’t even have a photo of myself for any unsuspecting visitor to judge?! 😛 (Jk, Jk…heh). Hopefully what’s there now provides better insight on my background in editing, writing, and why I… Continue reading About Me – Revisions, Because I Edit Things
The New Year’s just around the corner, and that means you’re probably adding “make more time for writing” to your list of resolutions. There’s a reason resolutions don’t stick around, and I’ll tell you why: they need more glue! (aka: a connection to the REASON the resolution was made in the first place.) I’ll break… Continue reading Writing Resolutions that Stick for 2014