Instead of silently slipping into the world of NaNoWrimo (National Novel Writing Month) while simultaneously doing the 100 Day Book (The Write Practice’s book-writing in 100 days), which means that I am on a sort of writing sprints for the first drafts of TWO projects—okay, novels—and will not have much time for much else, and…… Continue reading Writing takes centre stage
On Saturday, I, uncharacteristically, woke up early despite having gone to bed only at about 03:30am. It is true what has been said about doing what we love: doing what we love isn’t work. (This isn’t exactly the same but it’s a similar sentiment.) My usual self avoids the unfamiliar, situations and places, especially if…… Continue reading Love of writing
First of all, I would like to thank you all in my WordPress (WP) community. You make a difference in my life. Your faith in me, your support, and your encouragement mean a lot to me. I didn’t think that I would have what it takes to follow through with this whole blogging thing having…… Continue reading Acknowledgements and Gratitude
Sure, we may deny Reality none can hide No matter how hard It’s possible, one could try Although only for awhile © Anna Jailene Aguilar Source: Untruth
But not for me. From September to end of December, one of my ‘things to accomplish’ is to read the four books pictured above. There are more as pictured below (although two of the books are bedtime reads: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland for my little one and The World Treasury of Folk Tales and Folklore)…… Continue reading Maybe this love
To care or not to care? I took one of those Facebook quizzes. Apparently, I am the caregiver! I am the “mother figure: the selfless caregiver and helper”. Me? Caregiver? Never! Back in the good ol’ days, the quiz’s result wouldn’t have been so incredulous as I was naive and gullible. I was even a…… Continue reading Do I care?
Originally posted on Theresa Barker – Lab Notes:
This week I was reading fellow writer-poet-blogger Luanne Castle’s blog, in which she described a typical day in her life (“Typical Tuesday with Luanne Castle”). Then today I read the blog of my writing friend and collaborator Anne J in which she talked about a rushed and…