Every artist knows about the “silent crowd.” Each artist knows what it means to have to create without having anyone to watch or listen. It can be daunting. At times, you feel as if your creations aren’t special or they don’t matter to the world but imagine this as a writer. As a writer, you’re… Continue reading How to Write Without An Audience: Steps to Overcome the “Silent Crowd”
We all know the tantric technique of just breathing in order to get through each and every day, but we especially rely on it to count down the minutes until graduation. You’re constantly in this state of, “Okay, one day down, just a few more to go,” while barely paying attention to anything the professor… Continue reading Are My Classes Boring, or Am I Ready to Graduate?
The last thing I said aloud was “help!” I don’t remember too much about what happened the night before, but what I can recall is that there were three doctors dragging me by my hands and feet towards a padded white room. I don’t know if they had the plans of keeping me here for… Continue reading Short Story: The Visitor
Author of the Day includes Sarah Robinson-Hatch, a student that has a lot of books that she wishes could be read. Sarah’s writing style is quirky, fun, and personable. There’s no way you can not read her words because her personality is all throughout them. If you like to be exposed to new books Sarah is amazing at that as she runs a book club known as the YA Room while keeping you up to date on her blog known as Written Word Worlds. I invite you to get to know Sarah and read the article below!
For most people, this is what writing feels like. It’s like swimming through snow only to reach nowhere important. I’ve been meaning to create this article for a while now, people have been asking me, “how do I get better at this?” Well, I have five huge tips to help you start writing more, better,… Continue reading So You Want to Learn How to Write? 5 Tips To Improve Your Writing