While I know that New Year's goals can seem trite and tired, I truly do enjoy the practice and find that it puts me in a good headspace moving into the new year. So without further ado, here they are: my writing goals for 2021!
Here I am, miles of highway stretching before me and even more miles behind. Just me and Rory, on our way to our next adventure. So what do I do? Explore the subtle art of writing on the road!
What do the COVID-19 pandemic, a quarter-life crisis, and the power of vulnerability have in common? Read on to find out!
So you want to indie publish! But how do you make sure that your work is professional and ready for the world to read? You hire an editor! Don't know the first thing about how to do that? Read on, friend!
Every journey is marked by mistakes, experimentation, and ultimately learning. The path to authorship is no different! Read on for some of the tips, tools, and tricks that I've gleaned along the way to writing my first novel!
Welcome back everybody! This week is the second installment of a topic I’m calling, “Making the Creative Transition,” where I talk about tips and tricks for transitioning between your average workday (or in my case 12+ hours in the hospital) and an evening time dedicated to relaxation and creativity.
Between medical school studying, writing books, and just trying to be an all-around functional human being, something that I often get asked is: How do you go about making that transition?
Writing became an outlet for me, a solace that gave my days purpose and meaning. It both helped me make sense of the world around me and transported me away from it, to a world whose problems were just different enough that I could half-forget that they were really our own.