"Why do you think we find sunsets so beautiful?" Ramon turned to Kristen and cocked his head. "What do you mean?" "Why do you think it's such a universal notion that sunsets are beautiful?" Kristen's eyes never came off the sunset as she sat on the soft wavy grass next to Ramon. The two were … Continue reading Burnt Orange
Next on my reading spree following Crime & Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky was The Last Coyote by Michael Connelly. I felt like I couldn't read classic after classic because I either wouldn't finish them or I'd lose my groove of reading and then I wouldn't finish them. I felt that following a classic with a … Continue reading The Last Coyote by Michael Connelly
I've been on a bit of a reading spree lately. I wanted to finish a classic so I read Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Not going to lie, that was a tough read but I found a way to help myself get through it without spending years trying to decipher Dostoevsky, especially at my … Continue reading Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky
One thing I may have to come to terms with in my current novel, Sirens, is that I may have to rewrite the ending. I don't want to do that but one person recommended it and I feel like they may be right. I too felt like the ending was a bit rushed. I can't remember … Continue reading Utter Drivel.
I’m hesitant to write. I keep thinking back to the idea of going to school, to sign up again through the registrar to take a bunch of classes that I won’t be interested in so some authority figure can put pressure on me to complete work by a deadline in the hopes that those deadlines … Continue reading I can light the fire