AJ’s Creative Corner
If you have a good grasp of grammar and enjoy writing, you can easily turn your passion into a career. You can work part-time while enrolled in school to make extra money, or you can turn the opportunity into your full-time job after graduation. Here’s everything you need to know about becoming a freelance writer. … Continue reading How to start a career as a freelance writer →
I think I have to say goodbye, this is starting to feel too sweet. What about us is the exception? What about us is unique? See the issue here is the millions of scenarios I’ve already gone through in my head. Love has barely lasted for a year, but supposedly this one won’t end until … Continue reading Goodbye. →
Writer’s block is a topic that millions of writers, including me, have already discussed countless times. However, it happens repeatedly to all of us so it’s important that we continue talking about it. Now that I’m back to writing and posting regularly, the Podcast is also back! Every 2 weeks I will post an episode. … Continue reading How famous writer’s overcome writer’s block. →
Overgrown weeds, Scarce misdeeds, Juvenile & naive. Consistency skewed Blue & purple bruise, A lifelong love for misuse. Bitter, clear taste, Anxious of waste, Anger & fear misplaced. Words are very few Apologies long overdue, Peace & acceptance is new. Every few years, A brand new fear Blinds & then it clears. Words too hard … Continue reading Rhyme. →
It’s been a while! I just wanted to give a quick update on what you can expect from this blog from now on. It’s safe to say I definitely experienced another episode of “writer’s block.” This time it wasn’t that I didn’t have ideas of things to write about. My busy schedule, a lot of … Continue reading What to expect in 2022 →
If you’re a brand new Freelance writer and you’re thinking about becoming a seller on Fiverr, I have some advice! We’ll discuss the pros of Fiverr, the cons, and tips for beginners.
I look into the eyes that raised me and I learn something new Those familiar eyes are just as confused and gentle as me and you. Those same eyes that seemed so mean-spirited when you were young Are still developing after all these years, the growing isn’t done. Those eyes still light up when they … Continue reading The Eyes That Raised You. →
When I was 18 I called my best friend in tears Halfway through a 12 pack of cheap gas station beer I told her he left, told her he was gone, Told her I couldn’t breathe, that my chest felt all wrong. It took a long time, she gave me a warm shove Taught me … Continue reading 3:0 →
I don’t know how to stop feeling like Your go to order at a restaurant You want me, you like me, there are times when you even need me Nothing extraordinary about the taste but you order effortlessly Stable, dependable, a little bit mundane You indulge in all the new options but expect me to … Continue reading Chicken Tenders and French Fries →
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