I like change, always have. I am weird that way, I guess, given that most people like things as they are, try to stay in their comfort zone hating change. Well, I am different. If my life doesn’t change every 1-2 years I am getting bored. And with bored I mean depressed.
I feel stuck and pinned down, get restless and gloomy. I usually feel empty and need to find a release, which explains my Continue reading “How I love to grow beyond my trauma, and other legal drugs…”
Writing a novel is at best is to wrestle with a beast; a tiger that needs staring in the eye as soon as you sit down and focus on your idea.
It all started with an idea, something tasty, something juicy that made us sit down to create worlds, which somehow reflect our own a tiny bit, but are way better. And with better I mean everything is ‘more’. Continue reading “The Writer’s Marathon: Write that God damn novel!”
The scar-faced brute tortures the scrawny man hanging upside down in that dark bunker. His high pitched screams echo from the naked walls. Still, he has made up his mind. He won’t reveal the location of the little girl. Not even when the long knife digs into his skin, right above his navel, slowly carving through all layers of the epidermis to reach his… Continue reading “Writers: Why we’re the Voldamorts of the Suburbs”
The writer’s life is not a choice! Not really. It is a must beyond a lifestyle, which implies choice, but a passion that drives life on for anyone who ever understood that words are alive, and ideas the true countries we live in… Continue reading “A Writers life & the Thrill of Immortality”
The writers life is not a choice! It is a must, beyond a life style, a passion that drives life on for anyone who ever understood that words are alive, and ideas the countries we live in…
Sometimes I do not write for weeks, months or even years at the time but when the demons are after me there is no salvation: novels need to be written, poems cited and hard thoughts be thought.
Contemplation, solitude, and inspiration are Continue reading “To be a Writer…”