writing with scrivener

After completing NaNoWriMo in 2019, I decided to take advantage of the 50% off of scrivener that was being offered, having heard so many good things about the program. And honestly, I’m so glad I did. You can make any word processing program work for you, I truly believe this, but certain easily accessible features […]

anxiety

thoughts become sluggish eyelids are drooping i look, but i don’t see heart is racing brain won’t slow down as i think and think and think about every little thing   C. P. Cabaniss 2020

writing update

It’s the last day of the month and one of my goals for the year is to update this blog twice a month, so I’m squeaking in at the last minute. Although my writing is never as productive as I wish it to be, I am quite pleased with my progress this month. I have […]

currently reading

It’s been a while since I’ve talked about my reading here, I think. So today I’m going to share my current reads and my thoughts so far. Les Miserables by Victor Hugo: I love reading classics and I’m trying to delve into more of them and a wider range. This story is very popular through […]

working from home

The world has changed a lot in the last few weeks. With the rise of COVID-19, things are at a standstill in some parts of the world. Due to the pandemic, my job at the college I work for has moved online. It’s been an interesting shift and I’m sure for the students it’s even […]

February Writing Reflections

Here were are the end of another month. How did that happen? Once again, I’m left floundering, wondering where the time has gone. But! It’s been a good month, overall. I did a lot of reading and started on a new writing project, finally. My writing has not been as consistent this year as I […]

goodbyes

A week ago today, my family had to say goodbye to another of our horses. Last year I talked about losing two of our horses unexpected and tragically. This one was a much more peaceful experience, but there is still grieving to be done. Caramel was roughly thirty-seven years old. I say roughly because it’s […]