I started a book club because I love reading and talking about books. Here's what the Sanford Book Club looks like.
Some days I write more, some I write less, but I almost always come away with something written down. It wasn't always like this.
It's been a difficult past few months. Yet I'm back to it, thanks to my amazing support group (husband, friends, family), therapy, and lots of ginger tea!
I'm now working on being content with my day-to-day routine (habits). In other words, I want to feel satisfied with how I spend my time throughout the day, and ultimately, my life.
If you're a writer, you likely already know that trying to write when you're feeling down is one of the hardest tasks to complete.
Since starting Paper Crow Blog, I've discovered certain things about blogging along the way. These revelations include learning that this writing project helped both my career and my personal well-being.
Paper Crow Blog's purpose is to share my experiences of writing with others, so I figured, why not give a glimpse into my own life?
With the passing of time and transitions apparent in my nonwriting life, it's natural that I've then begun to reflect on my writing's own evolution.
Cozy mysteries are always set in a place where people know each other, the townspeople are charismatic, and the shop owners seem to be living their dreams selling coffee, flowers, and chocolates. Every once in a while, it's nice to read about a town that pays its workers a livable wage and doesn't crush employees' souls.
I know everywhere in the world isn't so lucky right now, but I am grateful to just breathe a small sigh of relief, at least for a moment.