The Future Is Unpredictable, Live For Right Now

Hey guys. I’m back again with a post. I’m sitting here at work, bored and hungry, and figured why not put up a blog post to use my time productively? It seems like I’ve been getting the bulk of my writing done at work. But whatever, I’m not complaining. Writing gets done when it gets […]

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How To Write A Powerful Resume & Cover Letter To Stand Out From The Crowd

2020 has been an eventful year so far. We are living through a pandemic and considering the unprecedented times, many people are either unemployed or have lost their jobs which is heartbreaking. Hopefully, things return to normal soon and when they do–people can return to work. Aside from running my blog and writing stories, I […]

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Overcoming Writer’s Block 10 Different Ways

I was once told by a professor in college that, “It is easy for us as writers to try and edit while we write instead of just writing. Sometimes we doubt ourselves with what we write, but some of your best content could come from just free writing. Write until you hit that wall.” ‘Write […]

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Public Speaking Skills You Need When Presenting Your Work to An Audience

Hey everyone! I am super excited to publish this type of post. I wanted to highlight something different for this Monday afternoon–public speaking skills in relation to presenting your work to an audience. I have never queried before, but perhaps some of these tips could help you when trying to “sell” your work to someone, […]

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The 7 Tools You Need To Overcome The Fear Of Writing Non-Fiction

Hey there! Glad you guys are here. This post is one I thoroughly enjoyed writing. Hope you guys enjoy! Whenever I ask other writers what genre they prefer when given the choice between fiction and non-fiction, they always seem to choose fiction, without hesitation. I wonder why this is. The realm of fiction allows one […]

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Poison Disguised As Family: Part III

Part III: Aunt Lori My sister always had a horrendous track record with men. Not saying I am perfect, but my sister just knows how to pick them. When we were younger, she would pick out the worst of the worst. The men who walked around like the whole world needed to bow before them […]

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Poison Disguised As Family: Part II

Part II: Cameron I was rarely home anymore. I spent most of time at Jon’s house. “Hey bro, are you coming over to my house for Thanksgiving?” Jon asked excitedly. “Not sure yet, I know my mom is going to make lots of food. Not like anyone would come. No one comes over our house […]

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Poison Disguised As Family: Part I

Part I: Brooke I was 5 years old when I first heard Mommy and Daddy fight. I was in the living room playing with my barbie dolls when I heard something shatter in the kitchen. Daddy was angry again as I sat there and waited for Mommy to make me my macaroni and cheese. He […]

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