The writer’s torturous question

Torture for a writer is: Reading a terrible book right to the very end (Perhaps it will get better, but this is mainly because it’s blasphemy to not finish a book!) Re-writing the same paragraph over and over and it still doesn’t get any better Keeping a bit of text in because there’s a cool … Continue reading

We don’t need to see anymore episodes of The Walking Dead

*SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* *SPOILERS* The TV show. Started out so promising, but the one ruling disappointment this show has? It’s shown on AMC. Had HBO picked it up, it would have become such a cooler show. Rather like the game, we’d have had real heart-wrenching decisions (LAURIE! … Continue reading

Luna’s going freelance

Well, I’m doing freelance work alongside working because what better way to use my skills than to get experience and get a bit of dosh as well? I’ve already set up my Fiverr profile, and my services page is now listed on this blog, so contact me if you want to work with me! I … Continue reading

The Normal

Daily prompt 29: Is being “normal” — whatever that means to you — a good thing, or a bad thing? Neither? Let’s get one thing straight – what the fuck is “normal?” Normal in the dictionary is “conforming to a standard; usual, typical, or expected.” In that case, eating food is normal. Sleeping is normal. … Continue reading

Hello? Are you still blogging?

April has been a desolate month for blogging. Prompts have been weak. Time has been short and inspiration has dwindled. 6 posts this month, including this one. Why? Why, when I wrote 23 posts in March? What trying to write everyday has taught me, is that writing is like running a marathon. Go too fast, … Continue reading

Why Owl Noises Don’t Impress Me

Day 24: Go back to a blog post you always thought could be better, or were unsatisfied with. Now, fix it. I deleted a post about a year ago now. I wrote something in reaction to a horrible event that was happening to me at the time, but as I wished to remain anonymous (and … Continue reading