The Short Story Experience: MAYBE, A GHOST

I wake up early, in time to watch the first rays of sunlight shyly reach the wall. From the bed, I can see the bright blue sky through the window, almost as if the snowstorm that threatened the city last night was just an illusion. I get up and walk over, curious to assess the damages. My eyes hurt with all the white reflecting the sun — everything is covered. The back garden looks more like a cloud. I dress up quickly, skipping over coffee, and go straight to the front porch. A shiver runs down my spine, more due to the eeriness of the sight than the cold itself. I don’t feel the cold. Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

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THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY

As I said in my previous reading post, this year I’m taking on the Goodreads + Popsugar reading challenge, and I have to say — it’s been quite motivating! I’m already ahead of schedule in my personal reading goal and eager to get my TBR list down. But, I have to say, the year didn’t start all that well for me. Let’s talk about books! Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

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WRITING GOALS, POVs AND VOICES

As you may have seen in the bujo post, this year I decided to actually get myself a writing goal. I’ve never done that before and, to be honest, I thought that not reaching that goal would be really disappointing. So far, though, seeing those numbers go up has been nothing but motivating! I have to confess that I’m counting everything I’m writing with a creative purpose towards that goal — Once, the blog, the short stories. If it was for a single project, I don’t think I’d be this far. Especially because the single project (hint hint) is off to a rough start… Let’s talk about Once in a Lifetime? Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

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