Train Journeys especially long commuter rides are always a great way to wind down and rest your brain.
You can daydream the entire way till you reach your destination or listen to music and daydream at the same time. Or when the productivity bug hits you, you can make some plans and lists of things to do or clear out your email.
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I felt myself pushing away the writing today. Luckily I caught myself in time. So that feels like one struggle overcome. Next struggle: what should I write about?
Write what you think about.
Continue reading “How open is open enough?” →
Since I’m hoping to get into the habit of blogging or writing, I sincerely want to write something profound for my first post. But I know that it is a lot to ask right at the beginning. I know there’s a phrase that goes along the lines of you have to have 10000 hours of practice before you become good at something… Basically saying you have to do a lot of work before you create good work. So… Unless I write everyday for years I’m not gonna get better.
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Hi, this is my post for the August’s Writing Prompt by BlogHer.com. Since I haven’t exactly been overflowing with ideas for writing new posts, I’ve decided to try this method meanwhile so that I can keep writing and improve my skills along the way.
Today’s prompt is “What is your favorite fairy tale and why?”. So here goes.
Mirror mirror on the wall
Which is my favorite of them all?… Continue reading “What shall I pick?” →
Magda needs a Prince to survive, but can she survive the Princes?
After seven years exiled in the human world, Magda is thrust back into the Pixie Lands, caught up in a deadly competition. At stake, the right to rule her family’s province and a shot at the Crown. But to have any hope of succeeding, she’ll need a Prince at her side. Continue reading “Review: Claiming The Prince: Book One – Cora Avery” →
Orphan. Runaway. Thief.
Since the moment I was ripped from my mother’s womb, I’ve been an outcast amongst my own kind. The Sidhe might possess magical Gifts, unbelievable wealth and unfathomable power but I don’t want a thing to do with them. I ran away from their lands in the Highlands of Scotland when I was eleven years old and I’ve never looked back. Continue reading “Gifted Thief – Helen Harper (Highland Magic Book 1) – Review” →
Pegasus and the Flame is a children’s novel which follows the story of a thirteen year old girl living in New York who suddenly finds herself in between a war of the Olympian Gods with the monsters called the Nirad when a winged stallion crashes on the roof of her apartment. Continue reading “Review: Kate O’Hearn – Pegasus and the Flame” →