In the mind of a Writer

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Another 5 minute Rant

First of all, on this blog I try to keep all things natural or positive. Secondly, I try my promote my own and other’s writings. If you want to know more about me you can read my other blog, my personal blog (I’m trying to get more readers on it.)

I am glad my 5 minute Rant and my facebook page got so many view over the week. http;// I have to give my boyfriend credit. He was the one who told me to not worry about the mess, it will still be there when I was done writing. (And it was. . . sigh)

If you also can’t write. . . just try to list ideas. . . and work from there.

I also make picture and music videos. . . where I get art or celebrity pic from the Internet and make a video. I also make music playlist for each project.  That is my you tube channel.

If you really can’t writing, then read.

Anyway, I hope you are all writing and/or reading out there. I hope to get more posted soon.


5 Minute Rant

I have to take a small break from my writing to just say something. . . I have been having issues with depression, anxiety, and panic attacks. My writing has been effected from this. . . (However that is blog on it’s own.)

I just want to say it take ten minutes or an hour and just write. . . forget about the mess on the floor or the dishes in the sink or the kids terrorizing the cats. Just sit down and write whatever it is in your head. Reality will be there waiting for you.

I have been having issues with this. I see a mess and then the ideas in my head get push back because of the mess. However forget the mess for whatever time you need and just write.

Just write

Just get some words on the screen or page!

A Writer’s confession


It’s interesting that I am a writer. (Well, actually I’m a story-teller that writes for future generations to read.)

Growing up, English class and I had a complicated love/hate relationship. I loved to tell stories and write, and because I did I was in the accelerated (gifted) classes. I’ll be honest; I hated to read out loud. I was always afraid of stumbling over my words or mispronouncing something. This made silent reading complicated.  I read slower than most of the advance class and my fear of making a mistake made me taken back by my reading. I read only what I was supposed to read. I should have read more.


When I met my boyfriend Tom he was really well-read. I had taken enough advanced classes to keep up with him, but he really blew me away. We both had a love for horror: paranormal/occult. We both loved vampires. He got me into vampire novels (not Twilight, but that is another blog.)
We decided to read novels together out loud. I was very hesitant at first, but he really encouraged me. He taught me how to laugh at my mistakes, and how to correct them. He helped me with my struggle with pronouncing.  I wish I had met Tom as a kid, because maybe I would have read more.


If you are young, and you want to be a writer, make sure you read. (Find genre you enjoy, and read as much as you can.)