For Easter Sunday, I share this little egg I stumbled upon. They are really useful tips and I plan on following most, if not all, of them. Happy Easter everyone!

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Joss Whedon Top 10 Writing Tips

Film critic Catherine Brayinterviewed Joss Whedon in 2006 for UK movie magazine Hotdog to find out his top ten screenwriting tips. Catherine has kindly given us permission to reproduce the article here. Photo: Joss Whedon at San Diego Comic Con – courtesy of Gage Skidmore.

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Vacation Time!

All my final school work is officially over. This is my signal to get back to writing, writing, and writing. I love this feeling because I can get all this pent up stress out and on paper. I’ve got 3 weeks to get a lot of writing done. I’m hoping to be inspired the whole time.

Be inspired and inspire others! 🙂


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End of a Semester

Well, I’ll be having my last exam today before my semestral break. I’ve got no classes for about 2 weeks before I face a hectic summer back in the hospital and taking care of patients.

Luckily, I’ll be using these 2 weeks to de-stress and write tons. Hopefully, if my muse will permit, I need to reach half of my expected book length. This means I need to get about 6 or 7 chapters written in 14 days. Oh well, I’ll have to see where it takes me.

Be inspired everyone!


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My First!

After more than 2 months of waiting, I got my first rejection letter. I know many budding writers would feel a pang of disappointment, but I feel hyper and more energized to write. I’m just really happy they took the time to read it. My chance will come in time. I believe it will.

Happy writing everyone! Be inspired as always!


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Bad Luck.

After a February filled with stress and hectic schedules, my March is starting out with being stuck in bed. I’ve been sick and it truly sucks. My excessive stress has caught up with me and it’s taking its toll on my health.

I hope I can get back to writing when I’m feeling all better.

Stay healthy and inspired!


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Amidst All the Chaos.

I survived the month of February. It was a hell of a month. I barely had time to just sit and eat or sleep. Things went screwy and my stress was off the charts. Life kept backhanding me almost everyday. Well, I’m glad I survived.

Last month, I experienced, for the second time, someone giving me a book I’ve been wanting and being too busy to even just open it. Avid readers know what kind of torture that is, but hopefully, I can finally read it this month.

I finished the apparent 15% of one of my books in the works. I’m crazy for having 4 ongoing books all at the same time. This really defeats my rule to only having 2 ideas at a time. Oh well. It does help me defeat my writer’s block though, so it’s not so bad.

Have a great March.

Keep writing writers and future published authors! Stay inspired and always inspire.


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Finally! Thank you!

I finally got my WordPress app working on my phone. It took me months before I could even log in. My laptop has been a total pain in the butt, so simply surfing the internet is already a big task. I’ll hopefully be able to post more often now. I’ve been swamped with schoolwork and other responsibilities.

I still write every chance I get. Stay inspired in this chaotic world of ours and always inspire others.