Quote of the Day Tag


Hey There everyone,

Its been a while since I posted anything, but I return now with an exciting new tag that I have been tagged in by: http://justkeepbrains.com/.

The challenge I have been tagged in is called ‘the quote of the day’ challenge which entails me to post three qoutes for three days and then tagging other bloggers to do the same!

You will have to excuse me if I mess up with this as this is my first tag and am not quite sure how to go about it but I will defiantly do my best!

The rules are pretty simple:

Post one qoute per day for three days and then tag another blogger to do the same!

So without further ado lets get this thing set into motion.


Why did I write? Because I found life unsatisfactory.” – Tennesse Williams

I tag:

Samm Sanity: https://bloodlaceandfaeries.wordpress.com/

Herminia Chow –  http://gravatar.com/aspiringwriter22

Ok so thats my first qoute done for today and I will return with another tommorrow and more tags!

Have fun everyone!

Anxiety Writing


Hi all

In today’s post I would like to write about Anxiety and Writing.

As we all know writing is beneficial in so many ways to the human system and is often used as a  therapeutic way to deal with life when going through hardships. I have to say that I write when my anxiety is soaring as it helps ground me and reminds me that I have my distraction and that is WRITING.

Without writing I would be a mess. Pure an simple. That’ the way of it.

I am lucky to have two creative outlets in my life:

1 my alternative lifestyle.

2 The fact that I write and enjoy writing.

Ever since I was a child I have written. From poetry to stories to attempted plays, all these things I have done from a young


encourage all ages to write.

You Might Be a Writer If…


Hilarious stuff!

So in depth and true!

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A lot of “stuff” has been going on in my life lately. Hard stuff. Heavy stuff. The kind of stuff that just makes me want to write massacre scenes….except I am so brain dead I had to google how to spell “massacre.”

Masicker? Missucker?

WHAT AM I DOING???? *breaks down sobbing*

I am supposed to be an adult an expert okay, maybe functionally literate. Fine, I give up! I have nothing left to saaaaayyyyyy. I am all out of woooords *builds pillow fort*.

I figured it’s time for a bit of levity. Heck, I need a good laugh. How about you guys?

We writers are different *eye twitches* for sure, but the world would be SO boring without us. Am I the only person who watches Discovery ID and critiques the killers?

You are putting the body THERE? Do you just WANT to go to prison? Why did you STAB…

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Afternoon all,

So today I bring you a review in the form of music.

It’s a little different but I’m all bout different.

Below you will find a link that will take you to a YouTube video that I selected that I thought reminded me of Hamlets madness

It also reminded me of his rage and desire for blood so this piece of music is extremely fitting.

It is entitled The taste for blood and it is from the film Only Lovers Left Alive!

I heard this at the time I was reading Hamlet and could not let go of the idea that it suited Hamlet!

I will post my thoughts upon the play, but for now I will leave you with a haunting piece of music that will transport you into another world!

Unavoidable Abscence.


Hi Everyone,

Firstly I would just like to apologize for the very long absence on here! I was unexpectedly taking ill. I suffered a bout of exhaustion from overworking and college.

Then my laptop broke down on me. it has not been a good month.

I am back now though and will begin blogging as soon as I can! I know I have a play of the month review pending so I will post that some time tonight.

Take care

Blog soon.

My Evergrowing Book List


Afternoon everyone,

So today I went to a bookstore and incredibly came out with another book!

The book I bought?

Warwick Collins  – The Sonnets.

An adaption of William Shakespeare’s life.

The only problem is I’m already drowning In a pile of unread books.

These include:

Jane Austin’s – Pride and prejudice

Jane Austin’s – Sense and sensibility

Susan Hill’s – Mrs de Winter – sequel to Rebecca!

Homer  The Odyssey

And lastly, William Shakespeare’s – Hamlet – Half way through.