I started full time freelance writing in late 2014 after resigning from my first full time toxic job of 10 hours a day, 6 days a week. And like a lot of person would do on starting something he has no idea with, I depended on Google. I came across a bunch of sites to subscribe to. All of
I told myself I should write more. That I should be expressing myself in the written word – my thoughts, my ideas, my opinions more. “I’ll write whatever comes to my mind first thing I wake up,” I said. But it was all just an idea.
“Screw you, writer’s block… how about I just write later when I don’t have it anymore? or better yet, how about not at all because I have this inevitable writer’s dilemma. Yep, right. I won’t.” We set up writer’s block as if it’s an incurable disease, postpone our tasks and call it a day. It’s a familiar
Ironic, isn’t it? Writers are meant to express in the form of words, but creativity drought does not choose its victim. I’m positive writers both amateur and professional encounter this at some point in their life. I’ve been earning from writing since way back second year high. But whenever I don’t have any clients to
I was that kid. That innocent little spoiled brat that enjoyed doodling over documents and writing on book pages of the words I have learned. That time when I still did not know the meaning of synonym, rhyme and a lot more whatnot. I was writing poems since I was in grade 2. Poems that