• FYRGEBRÆC

    fyrgebræc; distinct, sharp crackling or breaking sound made by a fire

  • ‘Tis afterwords that everything is understood.

    ‘Tis afterwords that everything is understood. Old Irish Saying It’s hard to look up to the sky and trust in the faith that everything happens for a reason. When things skip a beat or turn around, it leaves trails of…

  • Eventide

    Noun: the end of the day, evening (old English) The sun dipped behind the trees that stood jagged and tall around the crumbing path of dirt and rock. A light wind rustled between leaves and pinecones dangling from branches above.…

  • Waiting

    In a funk, but at the same time moving forward on editing more than I have in months. Your mind is a weird thing. I think once my schedule settles in with my new job, things will get easier. I…

  • Relax

    A little writer’s block hit me today, so instead of dwelling and doing nothing, a little line design was created. Eucalyptus— always has been one of my favorite smells, but also is known to help relieve stress and anxiety. It’s…

  • The Struggling Writer: Writer’s Block

    Have you ever been stuck in a tiny room with bricks from floor to ceiling and running around in circles, dragging your hand over the same four walls over and over again? No? Let me rephrase. Have you ever been…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 15

    “We need to leave.” Sullivan was out the door before Lucy even had time to finish her toast. She rolled her eyes, pushing off the counter and following him out. “You should probably eat,” she mumbled after stuffing the rest…

  • The BEST Music To Write To

    HOLY HOT GUACAMOLE. YOU GUYS. I don’t know if it’s because it’s been awhile since I’ve sat down with my headphones in and wrote, but hot DAMN did I find some good music for it. In general, I think the…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 3

    The morning couldn’t come quick enough for Lucy. She raced out of the house with a jacket haphazardly thrown on her shoulders and one shoe untied. That book was a problem on her mind. The early crowd was in full…