The Secret Word That No One Knows

For Day 3 of Write Yourself Alive, we were to invent a new word and define it. Having studied Latin, Ancient Greek, and Old Norse in college, and also having been somewhat of a Tolkien nerd at one point or another in my life, I’ve done my fair share of inventing words and using them regularly in conversation.

So I decided to write about a secret word that no one knows instead.

Read the poem here.



My Life as an Autobiographical Novel

Day 2 of Write Yourself Alive

Day 2 of Tyler Knott Gregson and Andréa Balt’s Write Yourself Alive was another success for me. Though I felt like I was short on time, I was able to sit down, put pen to paper, and let my words flow free.

Read “My Life as an Autobiographical Novel” here, then share what your day would look like.

17 Questions for the Writer’s Soul

After completing The Crossing for NaNoWrimo, I fell into a bit of a writer’s slump. Luckily my fiancé purchased Tyler Knott Gregson and Andréa Balt’s new writing course, Write Yourself Alive, for me as an anniversary gift. Here’s how my first day went.

Read the rest over on my website.