aspiringwriter22

Guess who goes back to school tomorrow?

Guess who really doesn’t want to?

Guess who would love to spend all day writing, reading, and blogging instead?

View On WordPress

Sep 2
Guess Who
Sep 2
Sep 1
Aug 31

Am I the only one who gets excited whenever I get a new notebook?

Having a different place to record my thoughts and ideas is the greatest feeling ever.

See, a writer isn’t all that hard to please.

View On WordPress

Aug 31
What Excites Me
Aug 30
Aug 29
Aug 28

Why I Write And Blog

When I can’t write, I blog.

When I can’t blog, I write.

So everything works out.

View On WordPress

Aug 28
Why I Write And Blog
Aug 27

Out of all my classes, I’m most worried for English and Writer’s Craft.

Which isn’t anything special unless you take into account the following:

  • I claim to be an aspiring writer. Not the I aspire to write kind. But the I aspire to be a better writer than I was yesterday; hence I write every day kind.
  • I blog almost every day. I can probably count the number of days I didn’t on two hands.
  • I read…

View On WordPress

Aug 27
Oh, The Irony

mcvinegar said: Do you ever feel bad and somewhat guilty when you leave a story or don't write for a while? I tried to write when I was younger nothing was really thought out enough to peruse so I stopped it or moved on to something else. But with things like that or with stories that I haven't worked on in a while, I sort of start to feel bad for the characters since I've left them in a frozen and unmade universe where their lives will never be fulfilled or completed. Please tell me this isn't just me xD

While I would love to say I write quite frequently, there are some periods in which I don’t. I like to believe even writers need a break sometimes. Even if you don’t write every day or you stop writing for a few weeks, you’re still a writer. I leave stories unfinished all the time for a few reasons. Sometimes it’s better to go back to that story with a fresh pair of eyes so you can see the flaws and what needs to be fixed. Other times I abandon a story altogether either because it isn’t working or because the timing is right. If possible, you could always go back to those stories and try to finish them. Your story doesn’t have to be perfect, but finishing them might give you and your characters a sense of closure. Of course, you could always use the characters you’ve created in another story altogether if your original one isn’t working out. Don’t feel guilty. You aren’t the only one; I’m sure of it. I hope this helps.    

Aug 27
Aug 26
Aug 25
Aug 24