Tagged with nanowrimo

A Crisis of Creativity

In the last three years I’ve completed two huge, creative projects.  I’ve spent the last two years working on my first novel, For the Summer, and in the last six months I wrote and performed my own solo show, Fangirl.  I’m in awe that both of these things actually exist in the world, let alone … Continue reading

Self-Doubt is the WORST

I started this blog just after my 29th birthday, about 8 months ago.  I had just read Dinner: A Love Story, a gift from my amazing husband, and was so inspired and overwhelmed, I felt like I had to write again.  I had to do something.  Work was going well, I wasn’t exhausted all the … Continue reading

Thursday are Stupid and Other Ways I’m Going Crazy

Thursdays are the worst.  I just want everyone to understand how awful Thursdays are.  You’ve gotten past Wednesday, which is supposedly hump day, the middle of the week, the its-all-down-hill-from-here, but you’re not quite at Friday.  It’s like this ridiculous lump that you just want to kick off the calendar, just sitting almost at the … Continue reading

NaNoWriMo Ate My Soul

(Note: NaNoWriMo Ate My Soul is the name of a forum message board on the NaNoWriMo website that I think is hilarious, hence the title). As I mentioned, I’m writing a novel. More than writing a novel, I’m participating in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). We are almost at the half way point and I … Continue reading

Do You Believe in Signs?

Do you believe in signs? Not like astrological signs, but the kind that make you feel like you’re going in the right direction. I am a huge believer in the universe telling me whether or not I’m making the right decisions. Obviously I don’t depend on signs or wait for them or live my life … Continue reading

Writing: Blogging and NaNoWriMo

This blog is what was missing from my life. After being at my new job for a year, being married for a year, and moving out of Bay Ridge, my life was solid. Everything that needed to fall into place had fallen into place and I was left with a sense of calm and also … Continue reading