Back-to-School

This post was not planned, it was inspired. I reached the height of my personal stress yesterday, October 11th, knowing the next day my daughter was going back to in-person school. It has been on my to-do list to make over my daughter’s room from “little kid” to the much awaited “big-girl” room I had…

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Book of the Month (June): Shatter by Michael Robotham

Hello All, Before I get into it I’ve decided to take BOTM to a blog format over a vlog. I enjoy the vlog format a great deal but for every 10 minutes of footage, it takes a few hours of videoing and editing (although that probably speaks more to my skillsets). As I’ve taken on…

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Please Know…

Hello All, I am in a place of balancing my correspondence. Many of you will have noted my comments are not as frequent nor as thoughtful (the latter is a note-to-self perspective). Some of you are aware that I am a full-time YouTuber as well as writer and poet. My YouTube channel is time consuming…

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A Pep Talk to Writers and Poets

My fellow writers and poets. WordPress has become saturated, positively inundated, with overnight blogs with one main point of discussion: COVID-19. Meanwhile, I have noticed a sharp decline in your releases. I’m not calling anyone out, I am merely pointing out. You guys, I’m begging you, do not stop creating. Do stop from releasing. What…

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The 5 Stages of Writing (Satire)

Please enjoy this moment of satire in quarantine from a writer’s perspective. Cheers, y’all.

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Your Job Search Questions, Answered by Career Professionals (A Freelance Article)

A freelance article. Cheers, y’all.

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Social Media and Stats and Emails, Oh My

Publishers and agents want to know that writers have cultivated an online market that can be tapped immediately, so the more followers you have the more your work will be taken into consideration – garbage or not.

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