How being a terrible student made me hold on to my dreams and being true to myself. First let me say, I was a horrible student. Not my entire life, only after my parents broke up and my mom turned my world upside down when we moved to Rio. I was a good student when… Continue reading How being a terrible student turned me in a writer.
“Whenever you can tell a story and don’t feel any pain, you will know you are healed” Author unknown. Living Out Loud Too I always thought that the United States would be the best place in the world for me to live, so I decided that I was going to move here when was I… Continue reading The reason behind this blog’s name.
Dare to try. I'm all in. I spend the first months of quarantine, like most of us, clueless of what was happening. I had no idea of what was going on and at first, the lockdown was supposed to be only for 30 days. What I wasn't counting on was that the government would have… Continue reading The Golden Ticket.
I didn't even want to write this week. Since the last post, the country erupted in protest, fighting for the peoples rights, to be respected as an equal, systemic racism, police brutality, due to the recent death of the Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Aubrey and George Floyd. The news is exploiting George's death in every single… Continue reading A Better Tomorrow
Another week has gone by since my last post and not much had happened in my writing endeavors. I have been focusing on getting the writing prompts together so I could work on my project of another self-published Short Stories book. It is weird to think that Horror Genre is probably my least appealing subject… Continue reading Horror Tales in a thread