For many, the notion of being a writer is romantic and coveted in such a way that when the reality becomes unobtainable and slips into oblivion, they blame anyone and anything but themselves. But alas they’re also set up to believe that writing is within us all… Let’s face it, they’ve been fed a load of crap.
I can’t count how many times I’ve heard someone speak about their undying passion and innate drive to write. They speak of having to purge themselves of the stories from within….
Blah Blah Blah…What a pile of bunk.
It’s all a rouse I tell you…a rouse.
Writing is frikken hard work. Don’t kid yourself. Don’t be lolled-in by this idea of “passion”.
It takes dedication, knowledge of craft, and a whole ton of energy to keep it going.
A passion implies an individual has such a strong and intense drive that can’t be…
It’s time I dust this thing off and get to writing again, but before the stories, commentary, and reviews, I thought I would wax nostalgic about the anime I’ve seen through the years.
You ready for this? If you’re in your 40’s, like me, you’re going to either curse me or thank me for making this mini-series about the anime I have watched through the years.
To clarify, I mean the anime of which I have watched at least two seasons, not the ones I have tried to watch and gave up on because they were either moving to slow or they were to corny for me to sit through. 🙂
Welcome to Valheim, the newest in a long line of RPG survival games. You are a warrior resurrected into Valheim to train and help defeat the new evil that has run rampant across the world! Are you up for the task? How is the game as a whole? Well, fellow Viking, read on!
Whether it’s an influencer, someone in the political sphere, or an entertainer, there is something they all have in common, their words and how they use them.
I notice a lot of things as I surf the web and post on social media, and there are a lot of times people with large platforms have said things in ways they shouldn’t have or things they should not have said at all.
Many would point fingers and argue “free speech”, and others would argue that policing speech is a good thing. I will not argue about either one of those here, but how words can carry weight and how those in the limelight need to weigh their words carefully.
This is the third and final issue that was gifted to me. I can’t wait to buy the rest of them. I have been enjoying reading these series, but before I continue gushing, I will do my diligence and review this issue.