Tag: ego

Ego Blows

“The only blow my ego should ever take is from a hot blond.” -Me I read something where a talented individual put herself out there and she said it was a blow to her ego when she was denied. I read that and realized… Continue Reading “Ego Blows”

I See the Finish Line

It’s right there in front of me. I just got back the edits from my publisher. I have a lot to work in, but I’m hoping in one or two weeks it’s done and then I wait for the 12 weeks until they publish… Continue Reading “I See the Finish Line”

If you don’t shoot for the Stars, you’ll never reach the Moon

I’ve decided my path to health. Working out in and of itself became boring and I want to do something with it. There will still be six visits to a gym a week. Insanity is done and over. It’s not that I don’t like… Continue Reading “If you don’t shoot for the Stars, you’ll never reach the Moon”

Insanity: Month 2

I reached it. Really it’s week 6 in the work out and I’m on more like week seven and a half. I was excited. Yesterday with the fit test I drove myself into the ground, but I did amazing. Today I didn’t feel sore… Continue Reading “Insanity: Month 2”

Placing the Bar: Tolkien

While reading Lord of the Ring, looking at the amazing job he’s done, I’ve decided that’s what I want to one day create. I’m not a huge fan of his writing style, though I respect it. What I am a huge fan of are his… Continue Reading “Placing the Bar: Tolkien”

Confidence: My story is awesome

Aside: I figured out links. I sort of did an experimental writing piece where I abuse the crap out of them. I’m sorry. I suppose as writers we’re supposed to think this. We have to think this. If we write something, look at it… Continue Reading “Confidence: My story is awesome”

A Writer’s Ego

I’m a horrible, narcissistic, egotistical human being. I think people care about my experiences and what I have created. I feel I am gifting people with insight when I write. Now, there are numerous times, especially lately, where really I’m writing for my own… Continue Reading “A Writer’s Ego”