LegallyBooked – TWO MAYA ANGELOU MEMOIRS -Bookclub Pick #3
My Golden Ticket: Willy Wonka for the New Generation
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The Art Lab, Episode 44: Gel Pen String Art
The process of writing a book is so much fun. You’re allowing your imagination to run wild, your fingers can’t help but dance, and your body feels relieved of all of its pent-up creative energy.
But, the next daunting portion of your life begins and you find yourself wishing that you never started the novel in the first place, and you begin to wonder… does editing ever stop?
People have been trying to figure out just how I’ve managed to read so many novels in between the time I have class and work. Also, I often get told, “you have too much time on your hands” when the reality is I just know how to manage it really well. But anyway, I’m able to give you book reviews on a consistent basis because I rely on something called OverDrive!
I’m sure you’ve never heard of it so allow me to explain just what it is so that maybe it can help with your reading habits.
As I continue my journey with marketing on social media I’ve come across something really valuable that I want to share with you. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a writer, artist, or someone that just clicked on this out of boredom, I’m sure you can learn something from this kind of social media marketing. This is what I like to call smart online networking and the key here is to find engaged followers and not just any followers. Most people have the potential to be ghosts, but I’m here to help you avoid that.
Ah, what a time to be alive. You know… this day and age when there’s all kind of distractions that can stop you from writing your best? There’s social media, the feeling of having too much time, and even the Summer as all reasons for you to be distracted. So, just how do you be a productive writer in this time with all that’s going on? Here are three ways to counter distractions and consistently write.
This is what I’ve been meaning to tell you,
And when I’m left without your love It could feel like a lifetime, baby,
And somewhere [in those days]
start we had it all right
Sunshine and blue skies, yes I recall But now there’s a darker blue I’m bleeding and you don’t care
don’t care don’t care
don’t care don’t care don’t care
don’t care don’t care don’t care don’t care
The sun sinks and you’re not there My
brother [mother] always said, I’m a dreamer, dreamer You [I] better [got to] watch out where this life will lead ya [me]
[s]he always said
she’s I’m a keeper, keeper She [I]’ll stay by your side when the rest will leave ya
I’m [you’re] looking on my [your] left side…
I’m looking on my [your] right She’s [I’m] nowhere to be seen now, when I close my eyes at night
Dreaming, surely, you can find me by the shore I’m singing so blindly Can you hear me, can you find me?
If ever you’re listening
If ever you’re reading
Whether you’re reading or writing a novel it’s important to love what you’re doing. When you’re reading a novel, enjoy the plot, understand the characters, and live in the setting even if you never left your bed. But, if you’re writing a novel then that’s a different challenge, but still conquerable, nonetheless. You just have to well… keep writing. What happens when you just. can’t. finish?