Touring some of the sets from Harry Potter inspired my soul. Seeing the behind-the-scenes didn’t wreck the movies for me, only made me appreciate the magic more!
As I’m editing, and also as I’m getting feedback from others, I’ve noticed three words that getting rid of significantly improves my writing. Here they are.
A peaceful view. I am so grateful that people had to foresight to preserve these wonderful places so that I have the chance to see them.
An exhibit on expression.
Christmastime in Spain.
Always green. The wind feels like an embrace. The air is clear and unpolluted. A simple path leads the way for anyone traveling through.
Herds of bison roam the protected lands left for them. Without intervention, they’d be gone. Of all the rolling hills I’ve seen, North Dakota had a different feeling, a different peace, a different texture than the rest of the world.
I love experiencing what small corners of this world has to offer.
Every writer knows that as soon as you sit down to write, focus tries to allude you. Some days it’s easier than others to hang onto, but here are four things I avoid when I write.
Writing is similar to exercising. Your mental strength and stubbornness is more important than your physical capability. What you believe you can do dictates what you’ll accomplish.
Sunset over the harbor. History seamlessly blended with the moment, a theme through the city. If I spoke french, my soul would long to live here.