I am always up for YA, and I am always up for fantasy, so why I didn’t pick up “Six of Crows” sooner – I’m not sure. What I am sure of, however, is that this is a totally delightful book.
Rest is highly unappreciated. Many people define “success” with “busy-ness,” meaning I, like many others, tend to feel useless if I’m not doing something to further my work. We hear about how CEOs read a billion times a week, how successful people are those that work the longest hours, and inevitably we are discouraged from […]
2017 was a year of work for me. It was my first complete year out of school and, consequently, my first complete year of unemployment. And yet I was working – working really, really hard. The call to work – to “hustle,” as some like to say – seems to be prevailing in popular culture, especially […]
The weird thing about writing is that there are so many different ways to use it. Writing an essay is different than writing a resume, which is different than writing a script, which is different than writing a letter – and so on, and so forth. And what’s even more confusing is that while all […]
I can’t believe it’s been only been a year since I graduated with my MA in English – within 12 months I’ve gained so many new experiences that I feel like I’m far different from the person I was when I left school. I figure this is a good a time as any to start […]
Editing your writing is often seen as an extra, unnecessary step in the writing process. “One draft is all I need,” brags almost every college student. It’s almost a point of pride to be able to write perfectly in one go, and even after college, editing takes a backseat to writing. It’s seen as an extra […]
Hooray for my first post! I’ve been drafting a lot of my thoughts on writing and design for a while, especially as I learn and gain more experience, so I’m planning on posting more and more here. Hopefully it’ll spark some good conversation. I’ve decided to start these conversations with an idea that’s important to […]