Death Obsessed By Robert Essig's This month's read was a bit of a morbid one. I went into this story with little expectation and left with even less enthusiasm. This story follows Calvin, who was obsessed with death in his teenage years about now lives a semi-normal life as an electrician with his pregnant girlfriend, … Continue reading Death Obsessed Book Review
For a week Beneath the Tracks ebook will available for free on Amazon from Feb14th to 18th. Please consider giving it a read and feel free to leave a review if you find the book to your liking. Or if you don't. Either way. Download here Riley and her best friend, Ace, are just looking … Continue reading International Book Give Away Day!
Summary: You made it to the end .Now let’s see how far you’ve come. Exercise: List where you were at with your writing habits (And Habits in general) before you started the challenge. In the right column, list where you’re at now. At the start of the challenge: Could only walk ½ mile before getting … Continue reading Day Twenty-Nine || Take Inventory of Where You’re At
Summary: You’ve taken charge of your writing life. You’ve done the work and know where you need to go, you just got to remain in control Exercise: Grab your journal and write about what it means for you to be in the driver’s seat and to have control of your writing destiny. What are you … Continue reading Day Twenty Eight || You’re in Control of Your Writing Destiny
| Summary: In order to keep pushing forward, and continue working the new habits that you’ve created you’ve got to find your “Why” A reason to continue to push yourself to bettering yourself and your work. Exercise: Grab your journal and answer the following: What’s your why? What’s the core motivation that fuels you? My … Continue reading Day Twenty Seven || Find Your Writing Why, Use it as Fuel
Summary: Sometimes to reach your goals, you have to do whatever it takes. Push through whatever barriers are standing in your way. That’s how you succeed. By being unstoppable. Exercise: Grab your journal and write about what it would mean for you to be unstoppable. What would it look like? How would it feel? Being … Continue reading Day Twenty Six || Are You Willing to be Unstoppable?
Summary: Confidence comes from doing something over and over again, putting in the word and seeing the results for themselves. Exercise: Grab your journal and brainstorm all the ways you feel confident. Then write about the ways you don’t and what you’re going to do to change that. I’m confident I can write a book … Continue reading Day Twenty-Five || Confidence Comes From Taking Action
Summary: This whole chapter is about “if you put something out into the universe, you’ll get it back ten fold.” You know, Law of Attraction. Exercise: Create an experiment to help change an old belief and prove something to yourself. Set a specific timeframe (30 days or less recommended). And then do the experiment during … Continue reading Day Twenty-Four || Experiment and Prove it to Yourself
Summary: Everyone plays the comparison games. It’s human nature to look at how far our friends and colleagues are and think “I should be as far as them” and we ignore all the progress that we have made. Exercise: Grab your journal and write about how, when and, most importantly, why you compare yourself. And … Continue reading Day Twenty- Three || Stop the Comparisons, Like Now
Summary: There’s a belief that you have to be a struggling artist to make it in any professional capacity, but if you find an easy way to reach your goals then take it. Exercise: Grab your journal and write about how you’ve been struggling in your writing life and what you’re going to give up … Continue reading Day Twenty Two || Give Up The Struggle