Stay Weird and Keep Writing!

The Merriam-Webster dictionary definition of weird is as follows: of strange or extraordinary character.

I could just stop the post there because who doesn’t want to be extraordinary. The words have been filling our ears and minds for as long as we can remember, but when does it truly start to resonate with yourself? Embrace your weird, strange, odd, and extraordinary attributes that make you who you are!

If someone says they will never read a book about a werewolf detective because it is weird…write it anyway! It could be the best story you have ever written. Continue to be yourself and lift other writers up as well!

Happy Writing! Stay Weird!

What’s On Your Writing Desk

As most of us have made our homes our temporary work locations, setting up a space where you can actually get work done is very important. While our beds may be our safe havens and comfy places, hop out of there and find something that more or less resembles your real work space. I know it may be a faint memory, but you can do this! 

Everyone’s situation is different, which is very understandable. While some may have a whole room dedicated to their work space, others have to round up whatever free space they have. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make it just as comfortable. My recommendation is to create an uplifting space. Put a few words of encouragement or photos around you, light your favorite candle and try and go about your daily routine as best as possible. 

As time goes on you will find out what works best for you. Is it too noisy in your space? Try and work with headphones on. Do you get distracted easily? Play around with different locations, and create more of a day to day outline. We can do this together! Let us know what works best for you!

Happy Writing!