a New Year essay, a belated blog birthday post, and a pandemic recap all in one
Some tips to help you build your editorial voice and make revisions tailored to your personal preferences.
on my writing goals for 2021 Joining the bookish community on Twitter last year was an eye-opener to all the different stories I have never seen published before. There were so many perspectives, so many ideas, and SO. MANY. THREADS. on giving our stories a voice of our own without going through a mediator--who is… Continue reading Finding Inkhaven
slowing down in the age of fast content These days, I feel like I am drowning in a sea of content. I scroll through screams on social media, binge on Netflix shows, and join so many readathons. My list of things to read or watch or follow keeps growing and growing and growing, and I… Continue reading Coming up for air
a new blog feature for bookish content! Joining the bookish community, specifically book Twitter, is an exciting way to get back into reading and to connect with authors and bookish creators. I love reading everyone's perspectives, and it inspires me to join the discourse as well. I've tried my hand at updating my Goodreads account… Continue reading Announcement: Margin Letters
musings on personal geography During this quarantine, I cannot count how many articles, tweets, or posts I've read lamenting the loss of "personal places"--seemingly normal nooks and spaces that hold no meaning until someone brands it as theirs. There are some that have closed their doors, some inaccessible due to lockdown restrictions, and some lost… Continue reading Mapping memories
on the pains of learning how to write again I have forgotten how to write. This feels like a secret that I should only whisper in the privacy of my own home, considering that my current to-do list gives an impression that I'm somehow a wordsmith worthy of being emulated. Um. Far from that. In… Continue reading Humble beginnings