In university I didn’t study novel writing, I studied poetry. Only a handful of my poems happened in parts, and were more text than a single page could hold. For the most part they were small, and straightforward, brash and brazen. That was the style I wrote in since I had began taking a deep … Continue reading Beginning My Novel, Otherwise Known as: “I’m Trapped in a Perpetual Cycle”
Hello to anyone still subscribed to See Ally Go after my unintentional and unplanned hiatus. How are you, and are you doing well? Hopefully this post finds you full of happiness, healthy and safe wherever you may be. This year, for all of us, has been unapologetically unpredictable and many of us have had to … Continue reading The Writer’s Existential Crisis: The Worst Case of Writer’s Block
Recently I did a little experiment in which I journaled for 30 days. Well-spoken people with blogs, Youtube channels and prominent social influencer status claim journaling gave them deeper, more profound insight into their minds, as well as helped them sort out their thoughts in a stressful and/or difficult time. After becoming emotionally invested in … Continue reading I kept a journal for thirty days.
Working on my book has taken over the majority of my life. It feels good, like how I used to work creatively in university, and I've missed the atmosphere a lot. Alone in the place I call home, left only with the limits of my thoughts (well, and my three cats) and creativity, as well … Continue reading My very best ideas come from closing myself off from the world as best as possible.
Much of this blog is, and will be, focused on my love for nature and how it inspires me. But I'd like a piece of this place to be about my creative endeavors and the things that I'm going through in regards to them. I sometimes draw, I sometimes craft, I sometimes paint and I … Continue reading The time I regretted deleting one month of work and decided to write a blog post about it.