25 January, 2020

A Special Post

I'm not sure how long it's been since I last posted, but I know it was awhile ago. So I thought about the time when I first started this blog. I still have a long way to go with blogging, but I just wanted to share some thoughts. As usual, I'm studying Web Development and will be studying at Southern New Hampshire University. I was enrolling at Rasmussen College, but with my family's previous bad experience at this University, I cancelled going to this one. I actually don't recommend Rasmussen, but I do see Southern New Hampshire University as the better college. It's strictly online.

I titled this post "special" because I wanted to create a special thank you post. For a long time I didn't think anyone read my posts, but recently I was proven otherwise. For my surgery, I felt blogging about it was another outlet for me and I do appreciate those who took the recovery process with me, and continue to. Anyway, I notice the diverse group of readers/viewers and this is what I prefer. As a person for multiculturalism, I welcome any and everyone from anywhere in the world to my blogs. Most importantly, I wished to thank those who take the time out to read my posts. I know I've been talking about becoming a published writer for years now, and I do appreciate the people who stuck around at the beginning rather than those who come later when I become established. I believe these viewers are more valuable than the ones who arrives later on.

I realized I wasn't quite done editing and polishing the Polar Qimuktis book. It was suppose to have been published in 2019, but my health delayed publication. I am still in the recovering, poor health stage, but I'm still working to get the book done. The delay allowed me to see things that needed to be tweaked a bit more before releasing the book. I do want to put my best work out. I'm currently on chapter 17 and still have a few more chapters to go. What I would need to do next is make sure it's completely polished because I'm a perfectionist. Being that it's the beginning of the year, it allows me to release it this year. I know for sure it will be published in 2020. I am aiming to at least have the book finished by Spring.

As usual, I will post with more updates and stuff when I'm able to.

08 January, 2020

IWSG: January 8: 2020

It's a new year of 2020, and it is time for a new post for the Insecure Writer's Support Group. If you would like to learn more about it, please visit here:

What started you on your writing journey? Was it a particular book, movie, story, or series? Was it a teacher/coach/spouse/friend/parent? Did you just "know" suddenly you wanted to write?

Nothing really started me on my writing journey. I never was influenced by anything else to want to write, but by me randomly writing down random stories one day. Writing was instinctive to me long before I knew what I wanted to do because I at first did not want to become a writer. When I was young, I wrote stories in notebooks and other papers I can get my hands on. I just created simply because I liked creating fantasy stories. Not sure why I was doing it really since at the time I did not want to be a writer. I guess I loved the idea of creating before I realized writing was my passion.

Later on, I noticed my passion to write. This is at the time I officially began my journey. I do believe my mom encouraged me to pursue whatever I was interested in. She did also encourage me to improve my writing skills, for my writing skills seriously needed work. So, I did follow her advice.

However, it looks like my journey still at the beginning...

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