5.27.20 – Progress. New Writing Record Episode.

I talked it out at lunchtime and recorded the third episode of The Writing Record! It’s not so much a podcast, but me documenting my writing process to better examine what my approach is. The first project I’m discussing on it is my children’s book named Charlie Bird. I found the theme and it wasContinue reading “5.27.20 – Progress. New Writing Record Episode.”

First Thoughts of 4.19.20 (voice over work, date nights, and late nights)

Had too much coffee today and it disrupted the sleep cycle. Witching hour is almost here and I am successfully wide awake. I’m dreaming of good music from the early 2000s. I’m realizing Beulah’s The Coast is Never Clear is one of my favorite albums of all time, and it breaks my heart not manyContinue reading “First Thoughts of 4.19.20 (voice over work, date nights, and late nights)”

Affirmations 4.17.20 (and now accepting poetry, flash fiction, and monologues for podcast readings!)

I need to hear poetry in my life again, and be a part of it. I want to recite it and make it a part of my daily life. I’m longing to perform and use my voice and have fun! I’m firing up a new phase of the Creative Drive Podcast to offer a newContinue reading “Affirmations 4.17.20 (and now accepting poetry, flash fiction, and monologues for podcast readings!)”

Cosmos Eventually (A Postponed Project Complete)

I made peace with this heart that longs for you across valleys of heaven and light and cosmic radiation. And the things I’ve done, I may come to regret, but going rogue with a ship weighs heavy even in space. … And I ask myself why love has led me to this? I took holdContinue reading “Cosmos Eventually (A Postponed Project Complete)”

Thinking of Chaos, and the way nature wants to balance the scales in a way that makes me fear its brutality.

#horror #writingsprint #writingexercise There once was a girl named Quarantina. And her legs gave out at times, because her kid-sized body felt too heavy. And the obvious question she was asked was how she got her name. And one day she humored all the boys and girls in class, who poorly hid the snickers onContinue reading “Thinking of Chaos, and the way nature wants to balance the scales in a way that makes me fear its brutality.”