Title: Know My Name Author: Chanel Miller Format: E-book Pages: 357 Genre: Memoir Book 18 of 2021 Reading Time: 6hrs 15mins Date Finished: June 6, 2021 Content Warnings: Rape, rape…
That's right, I'm taking some time off from my blog to work on a few secret things!
When it comes to developing strong, genuine relationships, there are few that are done as well as Stiles and Lydia's.
It's time to talk about everyone's favorite taboo subject - sex.
Getting into all the writing elements that make Gotham's BatCat romance work so well.
Watching two people meet, get to know each other, and slowly realize they have feelings? I could read that all day.
I’ve been writing for awhile now. My mom has some of my really old notebooks, way back in the days when I did more scribbling than actual writing. I really started to take it seriously in 2014, and there have been a large variety of writing projects since then – novels, poems, short stories, scripts, articles.
Occasionally, I’ve gone back to read my early work, mostly to see how I’ve grown and changed as a writer. It’s both fun and painful to read the things I wrote before I really developed my writing voice or had a sense for good story. The further back I go, the more I cringe at how much confidence I had in my lack of skill. Ironically, the more I develop my voice and skill, the more I doubt myself. Maybe it’d be easier to go back to when I had all the confidence because I didn’t know any better.
What I am grateful for is that I can really see how much I’ve grown. I’m nowhere near the end of my journey as a writing, but I thought it’d be fun to look back at some of my earliest work and show you guys a little bit of how I feel when I revisit my early pieces.
Why does everything need to have a deeper meaning and is that really the case?
What's at the top of my TBR list for the year?
Which books rose to the top of my list and which fell to the bottom?