A while ago I happened to land across an episode of London Real – a famous show on YouTube run by an American guy named Brian Rose – that had his own wife as the guest of the show. It was called #RealTalk: Marriane The Love of My Life (if I remember correctly). I must be honest: I was surprised and to be very honest … Continue reading Mrs. London Real & Mrs. Impact Theory
The Widow is a psychological thriller that unfolds with the reader getting to know the events after everything has happened. It’s essentially narrated backwards – at least until the end when it gets back to the present and fires its impressive blow for a killer closing. At the center of the novel is the widow of a man, Glen Taylor, who was accused of having … Continue reading The Widow by Fiona Barton: a review and after-thoughts on a must-read thriller
I just completed my meditation session lasting for 28 minutes. The before state was just so not right. The after state has a feeling of “bless” in it. I come again to an old realization – and I come to this realization very often when I meditate properly: “Meditation is an indicator of as well as an accelerator of focus, self-control and mental strength at … Continue reading Meditation – an indicator and accelerator of your concentration-levels
Fascinating Question: How can you be awesome at achieving your goals? That’s the question I love. I’ve always loved this question. It always leads to neurons firing in my brain. New ideas. New thoughts. New solutions. Boring Answer to the Fascinating Question above: Self-discipline. Question: How do you achieve high levels of self-discipline? Fascinating Answer: You meditate. “Get into the right thing and never get … Continue reading Meditation to Motivation for Transformations – My Journey with Mindfulness
I’m going to introduce you to three people: I, me and myself. Say hello to each one of them. They always sit together and have been best friends ever since the universe was born. There are many things we do and many times we are under the impression that we are doing it for someone other than ourselves. That’s wrong. And if we are actually … Continue reading You Do it for Yourself…
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There is power in a first draft, but Hemingway was mostly right: first drafts are shit. Maybe it’s not that way for everyone, but for me and what seems like many people, first drafts are a start; you find your story in revision. Revision is both the most gratifying and the most draining part of my writing life. It… Continue reading Thoughts on Revision
I describe how I finally decided to start editing my YA Urban Fantasy Continue reading 8 Reasons I started Editing My Novel
Hello, hello, hello, I’m exhilarated. I’ve never been happier. I’ve got three books out there and I’m officially a self-published author. Why didn’t I do it earlier? I know I have a special talent for creative writing and it was only a couple of days ago that I decided that I need to directly reach out to my readers. I create good stories. I create … Continue reading After Publishing Three Kindle Books…
Hello again, What is it that you are afraid of? What is that you have been putting off for days, for weeks, for months? I bet there are things that scare you. I know how you exactly feel. For everyone, life does become difficult at some point. There are no complex arguments to justify these difficulties. They just are. Just. No, but they aren’t just. … Continue reading Just Do It!
Hello there, Why exactly brought me here? Curiosity. The bigger answer is that I have something I want to share with you – with the world – and I can’t always wait for my ideas to be printed by a third-party before I can begin sharing them. So I thought I should launch my own blog and share with you guys all the cool topics … Continue reading Why did I start blogging?