“Caleb wakes in an office. He is alone. A black leather book on the desk is, at first, blank, and then, in vivid purple ink, these words appear on the page:
To Caleb Endal,
May you find satisfaction.” – Excerpt from the back of the novel.
8 months. 8 months ago was the last time I posted anything on this blog, and for that, I would like to apologize. There is no excuse.
I want to have this blog taken seriously. 8 months with no content is inexcusable and I would like to fix that.
The last time I posted anything on this site, I just discovered I was pregnant with my son. He was born on June 9th, 2017 six weeks premature. While everything turned out fine and he’s now 2 months old, I obviously didn’t have time or energy to work on this blog.
From this day forward I plan on posting more book reviews. I plan on posting more articles and writing advice columns. I even plan on getting interviews on here as well. I haven’t decided yet if I want to rework my previous blog posts since many of them are written poorly and I’ve caught a few spelling issues hidden among them.
The URL will be changed as well. Until I know that I can be committed to this blog, the URL will be changing back to the dot WordPress dot com URL instead of the standard Taylormayemorrison.com URL.
I apologize again for my lack of work and I hope to get this blog up and running very soon.
I apologize for this post being as badly written as it is. I have a newborn and it’s 2:13 am.
Expect better content in the future.
Animal Farm is the most thought-provoking piece of literature I have ever read, even as a child. The animals of Manor Farm revolt after being mistreated by the farmers. After becoming independent from the humans they set one rule: all animals are equal.
Descriptive writing allows your readers to picture where events are taking place, and it allows more immersion into the piece itself.
Even though it’s so important, many writers have a hard time doing it. They either take too much time to describe something small or they gloss over things that needed more description.
I have a few tips on how to get it right.