As a child I remember my father critiquing me for anything he believed I did wrong. If I stood with my hands on my hips, “That looks Gay”, or when … Continue reading Writing Critiques and How TM has changed my view.
In the corner it flickers, stretching shadows, emphasizing the darkness and collapsing things around it into small dark little balls. The candle, though small, creates its own world and as … Continue reading Writing and the Flicker of the Candle
A few weeks ago I talked about, “The minutes you have left”, with the new year, there come resolutions; something I don’t believe in. I do believe in a fresh … Continue reading 2014: Rebirth of Your Writing
Our first draft is always furious and frenetic. It comes out like storm gathering on a plateau and when it’s ready, it pours out of us like a massive supercell … Continue reading Writing the First Draft: Fast and Frenetic