As in wrist watch. Since mobile phones came out, I forgot how to wear a watch. I've tried ever since, but with no success. I'm just not used to it anymore. But I have this craving now. And what I find interesting about this craving is that its intensity is equal with the craving for… Continue reading The Power Of A Man’s Watch
Knees trembling, losing track of time and space, the tiny (or not so tiny) orgasm, the phrase I NEED YOU, exploding in your head like fireworks. No this isn't the beginning of a romance novel, it's #allthefeels when its majesty, the perfect boot, is presented before our eyes. And since the upcoming season has so… Continue reading Boots To Kill For.
I don't really give a flying fuck about how people choose to run their lives, and I am perfectly fine living in the same world Kim Kardashian. I even think she's pretty and that she's managed to gather an excellent team of EVERYONE around her and make the most of what she can do. Whether… Continue reading Kim Kardashian Really Broke The Internet. And I Got Pissed.
And can I just say that it's been ages since I last felt the need to somehow INSERT myself into the person watching next to me because in horror-watching logic, it's what keeps you safe from that fucked-up doll that is so fucked-up, it doesn't even have to move to make you want to shrink… Continue reading I Watched Annabelle.
Oh, my God, they're back. Is it just me, or the premiere wasn't as thrilling as expected? Were our expectations too high? (Damn right, we got used to utter awesomeness) Yes, it was impossibly cool because now all the characters/actors feel like home. Yes, it was disgusting and scary and creepy (that home-made porn movie,… Continue reading American Horror Story ‘Freakshow’ Premiere
Well, today is a day to remember because I saw one of the best pair of boots I have ever seen in my whole life. This is impossibly good! I took a break from my writing, just to look at it some more, and I simply had to share. LOOK AT IT! Some people are… Continue reading Sergio Rossi Suede Boots with Feather Shaft!
Remember the most perfectest (it's an expression!) Barbie pink bag from my previous post? Well, I don't know how I missed them, but there's a black one and a red one. Of course, this requires a whole new post about Moschino bags, simply dedicated to them. It is necessary to just feast our eyes on… Continue reading Okay, we really need more Moschino bags. Like, seriously.
1. How to write when you have other things to do: - Whine about having other things to do. - Write. 2. How to write when your house is a mess: - Sit in middle of mess. - Write. 3. How to write when you have people over: - Let people talk. -Write. 4. How… Continue reading How To Write When Other Things Are Happening
Oh, my God, I'M DYING HERE! So clever and so fun, I haven't had this much fun watching the runway for ages. All those clothes, the little details, they look exactly like the ones I dressed my Barbies in! Remember saying 'Why can't there be Barbie clothes for my size?' And there was, some pink… Continue reading Did you see Moschino’s Barbie Collection?
Okay, after a short while in the writing community, I am really grateful about how much I learned. I learned about myself, my writing habits, my writing mood and what interests me. I learned not to accept every possible manuscript exchange for an honest review. I learned new fancy writing words. And many more I… Continue reading Things that suck in the Writing Community, or Why we are all dicks with self-promotion.
Let's see...It had been a while since the last time I caught a satisfactory horror movie, so I kind of started avoiding them. It caused me great pain since I couldn't really feed my need for some onscreen fright, but I learned to live with it. Until a few nights ago, when I decided that… Continue reading So I watched ‘The Haunting of Helena’…
I'll admit, I can be a sucker for pointless games, but in my defense, I really have no idea how pointless they can get when I get started. This one was fun and engaging enough (until some point) to review, so here.Recently, after ignoring the first church bells for Kim Kardashian Hollywood, I really had… Continue reading The app with the Birkin bag: So, I played Kim Kardashian Hollywood
So, this one time, I was no more than five years old, and I was pestering my father about something stupid.Naturally, he didn't even blink at my impossible request.I was a rather dramatic child, so I decided it would be wise to throw myself on the sofa in despair, honoring him with a quiet, but well-prepared… Continue reading Don’t cry like a Disney princess.
Oh dear, Oh dear, Oh dear. Pure excitement.You know that feeling of frustration and almost physical chest pain of being unable to write a single word for days? Months?And you know the feeling after those long months of torture, when you finally find yourself writing whole pages without a stop? And you're so inspired, that… Continue reading Victory Over Writer’s Block
This is a true depiction of what we feel like when you strip us off our 'hottest chick' attire at the airport. Or when you make us take of our shoes at your baby's birthday party. Or anywhere.Oh, btw, I wrote a book about a girl like this, and it's free today. Click here.
This post was originally published on Writing About Writing, May 6th, 2014I like to believe that I am days away from finally wrapping up my manuscript (which doesn’t include pulling my hair over the right cover art, possible excruciating dilemmas about whether a book trailer is necessary, and also struggling night after night for a perfect synopsis).… Continue reading What I Learned From Writing My First Novel
First part of Chapter Twenty Four. I had twenty pages of fictional story I invented in front of me, and no coffee to ponder over it like a respectable writer. As it was getting brighter outside, my reflection in the computer screen started to form slowly, and that’s when I saw that I still have… Continue reading It’s perfectly normal to roam Paris in your pajamas, right? No?
You write and edit, and re-write and nibble on your nails, and then add and edit again, and you publish, and some time later, the first review arrives. It's a wonderful feeling when someone you really don't know likes your book. You don't even know what they look like, they don't know you, don't know… Continue reading The feeling when you get the first review