I believe everyone needs something to hold onto while they are going through their struggles. Whether that is faith, music, or anything really. It makes what you’re going through, hopefully hurt a little, or a lot, less. When you feel like you’re at rock bottom, having some kind of foundation to build back up is … More Finding something to cling to – a writer’s mental health journey
I finished my book. Torque is done! Final word count: 128,224
As writers, I am sure some of you have heard of the Scrivener app. And if you don’t have it, you should definitely try it. Below I am going to review the app; what I liked, what I didn’t like — you know, all of the things that go into a review.
*This review is based on my own experiences and not paid to do a review for the app. These are my honest opinions of the app* … More Writing app review | Scrivener
To all the writers out there taking on the NaNoWriMo challenge (and those who aren’t), I wish you the best in finishing what you’ve started. Whether it’s the end of this month or even two years from now. … More Halfway there
Video and blog post will be up on Thursday (blog) and Saturday (video). … More Video and blog post
There are times when you just need press pause. But life has no pause button. Real post on Wednesday. Or Thursday, if I’m still alive. XO Arisa
Sometimes in order to get in the mood to write, I like to turn on my music. I use it to focus and block out the background noise. I usually listen to my playlist that I made for my fanfiction more than the ones I’ve made for Torque or my works. The music sets the mood for the scene I … More Writing Playlists and Music
I’ve been passing time by going on YouTube watching beauty videos and peoples’ life vlogs, when I discovered the wonderful thing called BookTube. For those that do not know what BookTube is, it’s a community of video bloggers who talk about books. I forgot who I started watching first, but the more and more I … More Booktube and Blog name change?
With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts. –Eleanor Roosevelt