Sea fills the air. Salt and sand, Blue and grey and white, Silver pearls, Waves and whirls. And I am full of sea breezes. I wrote this poem dreaming of Prince Edward Island. My father actually first said the phrase “full of sea breezes” to me, but I quickly adopted it as my own andContinue reading “On the Island”
Having those moments allows the clutter in my brain to clear and make room for more productive and creative things.
I don’t know about you, but this time of year is my absolute favourite. It starts at the end of August and goes until the end of October. The magic in the air is so thick, you could cut it with a knife. It’s no wonder the celts and ancient pagans thought this was theContinue reading “Magic in the Air: A Seasonal Shift”
As a pimply awkward teen, who was a big unabashed fangirl, I loved when authors included playlists of music they listened to when writing. It was a tiny peek into their writing process and into their personal lives–specifically their taste in music. Even now, sometimes when I hear a certain song, it reminds me ofContinue reading “A Curious Playlist”
For the last ~6 years, I’ve been working on a novel (sometimes more actively than other times), and I’ve lost track of how many drafts it’s gone through. But, this book wasn’t born in a vacuum, and I’ve been inspired by quite a few different media. Here are the top 3 things that inspired myContinue reading “3 Things that Inspired my WIP”