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Good afternoon!!!

11 Jul

This is what my afternoon consist of. I sure wish I could get paid to do this. I know one day I will and I can leave the 9-5 or 8-4 behind.

Peace, love, write



Inspiration from J.K. Rowling

24 Jun

Seven years after graduating from university, Rowling saw herself as “the biggest failure I knew.”[52] Her marriage had failed, she was jobless with a dependent child, but she described her failure as liberating:
Failure meant a stripping away of the inessential. I stopped pretending to myself that I was anything other than what I was, and began to direct all my energy to finishing the only work that mattered to me. Had I really succeeded at anything else, I might never have found the determination to succeed in the one area where I truly belonged. I was set free, because my greatest fear had been realized, and I was still alive, and I still had a daughter whom I adored, and I had an old typewriter, and a big idea. And so rock bottom became a solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life.
– J. K. Rowling, “The fringe benefits of failure”, 2008.[52]

This quote from J.K. Rowling is such an inspiration to me because I have gone through a similar situation me being jobless, and a single mother as well. What inspires me is that even though she may have failed as being a wife, or at her job, it was a freeing experience, free to be who she really was. I can really relate. Over the last couple of years I have been hiding who I was, my dreams, my likes, dislikes , everything, because I guess I was embarrassed of what people would say. Now, I am accepting who I am day by day, trying to be fearless and step out on faith to follow my dreams. Because I don’t want to die regretting things that I didn’t do out of fear. I’m all in!!!!! Sky’s the limit!!!!!!

Peace, Love, and Write on,

The Purge

7 Jun


I have been hear so many things about THE PURGE, on the radio, people talk about it on facebook and twitter about what they would do, and then I thought of what I would do If that happened in the world today. Well first let me tell you its about a place where for 12 hours straight crime is legal, and all emergency services are suspended. To me I think that’s a great idea for a movie and a great start because anything could happen?But what would I do? I thought about it and I don’t think I would go out looking to commit a crime, but I would definitively stay in my house and keep my family safe, also if i know what time the purge comes, I would prepare by booby trapping all the openings in my house, my yard, windows, roof, doors everywhere. NowΒ  that’s a plan.



Live it up!!!!

7 Jun

“Live it up so you can write it down”
Ernest Hemingway

I have writing FEVER!!!!!πŸ“•πŸ“—πŸ’šπŸ’›πŸ’œπŸ’™

28 May


Yes I have writing fever it seem like this whole weekend, my brain has been filled with ideas for movie, tv shows, plays, there are so many ideas I feel like my head is going to explode, but I am so thankful and grateful to god for filling my head, and giving me such a vivid imagination. I. Was watching Oprah next chapter Sunday and Tyler perry was her guest, he talke about his journey to where he is now and I found his story so compelling and convicting. He grew up in poverty and he was supposed to not make it past 30 years old I see how god blessed him with so many things. What i got from it was to dream BIG, put in all the work, and no matter how many doors close on you, all you need is one open door to make it. So I was very encouraged to keep going after my dreams no matter how hard or rough it gets. So keep

Love, peace, write,


I had a burst of inspiration.

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Writer Quote!!!!!!!!!!

23 May

β€œI get to say the think that all writers must tell themselves to start writingβ€”which is nobody has to see this thing. I can throw it away. I’m alone with it. No one has to know what an idiot I really am. And I can burn it. And if it don’t work, if it really sucks, I can pretend that it never really happened. β€œ
Oscar-nominated screenwriter Tony Kushner (Lincoln, Munich) and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright

21 May

“Writing fiction or plays or poetry seems to me to be a very messy business. To be a writer requires an enormus tolerance for frustration, for anxiety, for self-doubt.”

– Harry Crews

I NEED YOUR HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!

19 May

Good Afternoon,

I hope everyone out there is doing well.

I need your help, I am trying to attend the Story Expo in LA on September 6-8 to be able to hear Syd fields and other writers who have been successful and also to pitch my ideas for TV shows and movies, but money is an issue and I am asking every one if they could help me to get to LA in September because it is my dream to become a writer and to be in the film industry. So give what you can, and I appreciate you so much, i have a website that you can donate to it is:

Peace, Love, and Write


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