Writing Inspiration: Rain ♥

Have you ever woken up to the bright morning sun shining in your eyes coaxing you into waking up, but yet a sense of calm and the world not needing you at the moment washes over you and just makes you wanna stay put? That’s the calm I feel when it begins to rain.  When most people just become more tired and moody and I become more alive and full of creativity. From the first drop hitting the hard pavement to the last drop following all the others away with the wind, I am writing to my hearts content. Something about the way the rain keeps people inside makes me feel more solitary when I walk down the sidewalk hearing nothing but the rain, seeing nothing but the rain, and smelling nothing but the fresh rain. The fact that the rain keeps me in one place just makes me feel more at ease, like I’m not needed at the moment and can just be me for a little.

I don’t know if this makes sense to you, but I know one time or another a writer feels this way when something happens. Whether you find your inspiration on chilly morning walks, or you find it dancing in the rain. I think you should take advantage of this moments, because you’ll never know when they will come again.

-Lydia ♥

Apologies ♥

I’d like to apologize for my sudden absence on my blog. In the past couple weeks I have been finishing up some college work, catching up on my math, editing my novel, and of course going to school so my life hasn’t really slowed down for me to blog yet. But alas, I apologize and promise you I will get back to writing 4-5 posts a week this week 🙂 I’ve missed writing for yall’ and can’t wait to share with you some favorites I’ve picked up this week…

Thanks for understanding and I’m glad to be back *woot woot*!

-Lydia ♥

Freebie Favorite: The Writer Magazine Open House ♥

So today I open my email and recieve quite the pleseant suprise. One of my favorite online resources for writing articles is having an open house this week. The Writer is a magazine for writers (obviously), but they also have an online database of cool stuff like columns, articles, and discussion boards. Alot of their articles are free to read but some are subscriber only. That’s why I got excited when I received this email in my inbox…

So if you like to learn how to improve your writing craft through articles this is the perfect time to read these! Some that look interesting include…

http://www.writermag.com/Articles/2004/04/Creating%20characters%20in%20poems.aspx

http://www.writermag.com/Articles/2012/05/The%20pleasures%20and%20perils%20of%20prologues.aspx

http://www.writermag.com/Articles/2012/04/Regain%20the%20wonder.aspx

http://www.writermag.com/Articles/2010/09/What%20poetry%20can%20do%20for%20your%20fiction%20writing.aspx

http://www.writermag.com/Articles/2007/03/Crossing%20genres-from%20journalist-author%20to%20poet.aspx

I hope you take the chance to get in on this little freebie 🙂

-Lydia ♥

 

Hello world!

“Never be bullied into silence.

Never allow yourself to be made a victim.

Accept no one’s definition  of your life;

Define yourself.”

                                       -Robert Frost

My purpose of this blog is not only to inform people of the newest trends and tips that I adore, but also to define myself. I’ll be writing about books, movies, fashion trends, and posting cool pictures but in the process of it all you will also be standing by watching me grow into a young adult (creepy yet fascinating). Come along with me as I journey through the crazy mixed up torture we all call high school, and I’ll try to humor you along the way 😉

Now a little bit about me…

I am a hopeless romantic.

I am a passionate writer.

I  absolutely love poetry.

The Hunger Games will forever be my favorite book in the world.

I hate my school, but mostly because of the people in it.

I like cool quotes (I even put one in this post).

I still haven’t the foggiest as to who I am as a person (just who my parents want me to be).

I am working towards getting my degree in Contemporary Journalism.

My pen name is Lydia D. Sharpe, and I am only 14 years old.

So now that a bunch of people know about me how about I learn about you? Comment on my post 🙂

I hope I’ll be seeing you soon,

Lydia ♥