Tag: writing

One Mask Slips

And is replaced by another. This is how a multipotentialite lives. Or perhaps just a creative mind; slipping from one life to the next. There are too many people inside of me, and each is their own unique copy of myself. My styles change, clothing, personality, tastes in music. I can’t control the shift. I

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The Problem With Blogging

I’ve always had this complex going on inside of me where I think if I’m not being productive, I’m wasting my life. Because of this, I have developed ten thousand hobbies so that I am never bored, never sitting there doing nothing. I am constantly on, constantly working on something. It can be exhausting. I

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Why Blogging Is Perfect For Multipotentialites

Today I am researching how to make money blogging. Yesterday I went on a binge researching how to write horror novels. Tomorrow I will be onto the next interesting thing there is to learn in this vast world. Such is the life of a Multipotentialite. What is a Multipotentialite? You may have heard them referred

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How To Write A Horror Novel

Think back to a time you were scared. I mean truly terrified. You felt your blood turn to ice in your veins, your face drain of color. Your chest became tight, your body tense. A cold swear formed on your skin and your guts turned to water. These are all reactions of fear. Most people

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Words of Wisdom | Stephen King | Persistence Of Memory

“Writers remember everything…especially the hurts. Strip a writer to the buff, point to the scars, and he’ll tell you the story of each small one. From the big ones you get novels. A little talent is a nice thing to have if you want to be a writer, but the only real requirement is the

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