Posted in Reasons and Things, Writer's Life

6 Things I Have Learned From Being A Freshly Graduated Asparagus

Good afternoon, Cyberspace,

Four years ago, back when I was but a smol bean beginning high school, graduation was just a distant fantasy in the blip of a horizon that was my future. It was a dream. A nightmare. A complex idea that I did not know how to comprehend.

Graduation was, to me, the end of my existence. It was the day when everything ended.

It was the day that I would die. Continue reading “6 Things I Have Learned From Being A Freshly Graduated Asparagus”

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Posted in Writer's Life, Writing, Writing Tips

I Am No Longer A Writer.

I have a confession to make, Cyberspace.

I am no longer a writer.

*GASP*

I know, I know. How dare I, the Smudgiest Thought, type those words in that precise order? How could I even think that I was not a writer? I’ve got the blog, I’ve got the notebooks, I’ve got the pens and pencils and all the office supplies needed for writing. I have every single thing necessary to be a writer.

Everything except the time to actually sit down and do it.

Continue reading “I Am No Longer A Writer.”

Posted in Writer's Life, Writing

Seven Reasons Why I DON’T Want To Be a Published Author

Good morning, cyberspace!

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about writing. And I mean a LOT. More so than I usually do. This is due largely to the fact that I just slapped together finished my novelette, Gretel, and am trying to sort through all my ideas and pick just one to write for NaNoWriMo. Read me!!!

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Five Questionably Weird Things About Being A Writer (that you’ve probably heard before)

Good morning, Cyberspace!

As this is the very first post for Smudged Thoughts, I thought it would be best to give you guys a little bit of a window into how strange I–and all other writers out there–truly am.  Because we all know that when it comes to being a writer, there are numerous amounts of rather bizarre things that we do–things that would throw most people into an asylum or a slammer, depending. Yet as writers, we are able to pass these things off as normality (and we do it quite frequently, mind you), with just one, simple little phrase:

“I’m a writer.” Read the rest