No NaNoWriMo at all. I've already gone through too much stress and I don't need any more with my mental health at the moment. I've won multiple times before and I am not going to risk failure. Sorry.
I never realized how much of a failure I am of a storyteller.It has nothing to do with my very inconsistent blogging habits on this page.I failed at crafting meaningful books or even having interesting characters.What should I know? Maybe my creativity doesn't work in this fashion even though I have to finish what I … Continue reading I’m sorry…
I haven't been consistent in writing on here...again.There's a bunch of stress and busyness going on in my life which certainly hasn't helped. Sometimes I think I'm just a failure when it comes to writing stories anyway. I can't lie about that.
I'm trying to rebuild whatever self-esteem I have to continue writing stories. I hate feeling dehumanized by the day. There were so many years of bad advice that lead me to a constant depression. Being creative is all I have and that's not good enough for anyone. I wish I didn't think of myself as … Continue reading Dehumanization
I felt like I've been feeling self-reflective especially these past few months. The author I started out to be isn't like the author I am now. As I get older and learn about different things, I feel like my ideology on writing fiction is changing. I want to get better and I want to incorporate … Continue reading When real life affects stories
When one has drowned in lies, then one is forced to swim.Everything was a construct and never questioned.The mind demanded to be reformatted.
Yesterday, I finally beat Camp NaNoWriMo even though I still have to finish this draft. At least I beat this challenge even with all the stress going on in my life and with other current events.
Ashes descend. New wings take flight.
No snapping. A keyboard shall suffice.
Sometimes I really wonder how talented of a storyteller I am. I'm not just talking about readership because I have such a miniscule fanbase, but I feel like I really need to step my game up as an author. Hopefully, I can exceed my own expectations.