…But does hypergraphia, or other symptoms of mental illness, help create successful writing? Not necessarily. Occasionally, one runs across the claim that (unipolar) depression creates successful authors. However, the recent book, […]
When I was a child I once went outside: with an egg in one hand, eggshells in the other, to stand, hiding in a cool shade, content. Squeezing shells, until […]
Feathers like slivers of glinting glass scattered across frozen asphalt in the moonlight, you dazzling creatures flying to the edge of the world’s memory, to the edge of civilization, to the […]
Phantomwriter143 over at inkcouragement nominated this blog for a Liebster! (Go check out her blog.) This is the second award I’ve received since starting this blog on March 9th. I’m pretty […]
Golden fire breathing dragon doesn’t speak. It’s not allowed to do so. Maybe fire breathing dragon scorches symbols to get its point across.
For a moment, let’s talk about developing your skill as a writer when you’re an adult. This can be really difficult, for a couple reasons: This isn’t walking down the […]