In movies and shows and books and such, it’s a common theme for a character to have a recurring dream. I feel like we often see that dream repeat exactly as it did before, with maybe a slight variation to account for a change in the character’s psyche or circumstance, or as part of a … Continue reading My Dreams
Readers, It was brought to my attention this morning that I somehow failed to post the entirety of the post I wrote yesterday. Ink, Part 4 cut off abruptly in the middle of a thought! I was writing before work and I suppose in my hurry I must have only put a portion of it onto … Continue reading Big Oops
Due to my work schedule, there will be no story post today.
Every once in a while, on days like today when I either can't think of something to write, or I know what I want to write but it's not coming out easily or the way I want to see it happen, I take some time to look back over things I've already written. I'm usually … Continue reading Author’s Reflection
I've decided to take today off from Daydreams in order to focus on a larger project. I'll be back on Monday with a regular post. Have a good weekend!
Sometimes, there is a barrier-fog in my brain. It frustrates me, because it lets me see what I want to work on. Everything is blurred and refracted, but I still know it’s there; I have a concept of what my goal is, even though the barrier-fog makes it hard to see clearly. Sometimes the goal … Continue reading Barrier-Fog
How often do you remember your dreams? What form do those dreams take? I personally go through phases of dream recall. Sometimes, for months on end, I won’t remember a single dream that I’ve had. A vague sort of knowledge of the way the mind works tells me that I’m having dreams, but I’m just … Continue reading A Dream I Had