The Beautiful Strange

“to define is to limit”

The Beautiful Strange

A lot of people don’t understand why we write.

There are many reasons, of course, but explaining it can get a little complicated;  too little personal and sometimes, a little too honest.

I’ve met the glassy-eyed stares before, and was greeted by that inane little smile that said, “You’re weird.”

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Looking back: March

I’ve done nothing.

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Beauty Therapists: So, like, you paint nails all day?


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What’s up, Wattpad?

My next wattpad project, and a cover reveal to boot?

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Looking back: February

I always look back at the end of the month and think, in that immediate moment, that I’ve accomplished nothing.

I haven’t written anything, I haven’t gone anywhere, and I’m exactly the same as I was in terms of my writing and where I currently am in life.

But that’s not the truth, and I hope that you know that when you look back on your month too.

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Get to know me: Strange questions to ask pt4

Life, as always, has a habit of getting in the way, and as I’ve had a rough a week, here is an in-depth answer to your burning question:

Sweet, salty or bitter?

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Word count Wednesday

This is the first time I’ve written all week.

Cue the disappointment.

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Get to know me: Strange questions to ask pt3

Serial stories: A sixth sense situation

If you could talk to the dead, what you can say to them isn’t as important as what they can say to you.

Luckily for Adam, the dead just won’t leave him the hell alone.

The first chapter of my yet-to-be-named urban fantasy story.

I wrote it out of my MC’s POV and into a tertiary character’s POV, the reason being that his abilities are relatively new at this stage of the story and he’s learned to cope with it by focusing on the people his powers cause him to see and interact with rather than how he feels.

I’m still in the draft stages so this chapter isn’t edited, but critique, corrections, and suggestions would be lovely.

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