Welcome to my world

Hey everyone and welcome to my lair.

You want to know what I believe? I believe anything is possible, that you can achieve a goal no matter how high.

That the world impossible is not a word, that red velvet cupcakes and cookies are a necessity. And that rambling, dreaming, and achieving are three things that get people success in this world.

I am currently on my first, yet to be edited draft of a novel I crafted that I am very passionate about: Obsessed.

You might hear more about it later. And it is over a 100,000 words, at least the word-count machine in microsoft word tells me so.

I love many tv-shows, including Smallville, Chuck, Nikita, and White Collar. I enjoy making characters, shipping TV couples, like Damon and Elena, Tess and Oliver, Michael and Nikita, Chuck and Sarah, etc, and writing fanfiction about my favorite couples on TV.

Quote of the Month

"Please tell me you didn't waste all that jet fuel to come down here and deliver me a lecture."--Oliver Queen

Facts or Fiction: Ramblings of A Writer

By now, anyone who has read my blog knows that I can ramble. A lot. I am proud to say that I found out how to make this second page, so expect tons of rambling, randomness, and fun. Because that's what life is about right? Wrong.

Life's about living it to the fullest, so do something you've never done before. Go crazy. Throw a party, dance like you've never done in your life, find your long-lost twin, or better yet, do a combination of all three. Why? Life is to short to sit on the sidelines.


Another day in Utah. It's time to bring my fact or fiction segment into the picture.

Fact or Fiction Segment 1: The Legend of the Loch Ness Monster.

We all know how cool it would be if Nessie really existed, if a creature roamed the great seas. Because we all want to believe in something mythical, something unimaginable, something that could be a hoax or someday could be proved real.
Some say the Vikings were the first to allegedly spot Nessie, which was over 20,00 years ago. Sightings, fabractated photos, they all are there to see, but we haven't had scientific proof yet that Nessie exists. 

When I was little, my grandpa used to tell me stories of big-foot and the Loch Ness Monster and I would hold onto his every word, because let's face it, we all want to spot something like that in our lifetime. He also told me about Mary Queen of Scotts, and I've always been fascinated by her story...that's not the point.

The point is that if Nessie exists, it's not proven, and until then, I cannot believe in the Loch Ness Monster being real.
What do you think: Is Nessie Real or Fake? Is she a hoax for more people to flood Scotland or is she truly real, just unable to be really captured on film properly?

FACT OR FICTION Segment 2: Writer's Block: Real or Not?
To me, there is no such thing as writer's block. I BELIEVE IT IS A FIGMENT OF SOMEONE'S IMAGINATION. Your subconcious is telling you that you have writer's block, but in reality, you're just not opening up your mind to the possibilites of writing because your scared.


Writing is scary, perhaps terrying at times, and your inner editors going to tell you to quit. Don't. Stay with it, find an idea you like, and write it. Keep writing, don't quit, don't worry about stereotypes or mistakes, or grammar errors, WRITE.

Turn your inner editor off, and write like crazy, then go back and fix what you can to make it better.

That's something Nanowrimo taught me in the three and a half years I've done it.

Write, Write, and forget the inner editor for a while.

Writer's block is a figment of your imagination, so don't let it get the best of you.

Below is my favorite picture of the five-season-running-tv-show-Chuck.

This gives me inspiration to write. What gives you yours, once you ignore the figment of imagination that is writers' block?

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