Been reading a lot of Raymond Carver lately. It’s influenced my work quite a bit. Here is my latest work, at least after a lot of editing: My Father’s Eyes: Thirteen years ago in the heat of what would have been a lazy August Tuesday – My father’s car was filled to the brim … Continue reading My Father’s Eyes
Here’s a poem I’ve been working on for a while. I’m not sure if I am fully satisfied with it yet, but I want to get it out there :). Here it is ^^ What’s Real? I live in a world who has forgotten how to remember unable, to silence these false emotions. I … Continue reading What’s Real?
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I was once told many years ago, “for every fifty-thousand words you read you improve as a writer.” There was nothing scientific backing it up, but it did seem to prove true. The more I read the better I got at writing. At least I thought so; I was a young and rather big headed … Continue reading Why You Should Read One Novel Every Week
I haven’t been able to post much advice on the blog in the past couple of days, a lot of work has piled up on my lap that needs to be taken care of before I can commit myself to writing extended articles. That being said I have some things up my sleeve that I … Continue reading Flash Fiction: A story in under 250 words
Originally posted on Live to Write – Write to Live:
Imagine a World of Writers “Dear, Earth” by Katie Daisy via etsy More people should write. They should write about their days and their dreams, about their hopes and their fears, about their families and their histories and their possible futures. They should write lists… Continue reading Weekend Edition – Imagine A World of Writers Plus Good Reads and Writing Tips
I am going to do something a little different in this blog post. I don’t know if it is going to work out the way I hope it will, but here goes nothing! I am going to post a writing exercise. I am going to do the writing exercise myself and post those results as well, … Continue reading Writing Exercise: Character Writing