An essay where I talk about how my severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) has left me with severely diminished hearing and distorted hearing that makes it seem like I have a horror movie INSIDE my head. Creepy!
I switch around my posting schedule to write an essay. This essay is on the importance of imagination and how I used my imagination to make it through hearing distortions and brain trauma.
I didn’t make my 50,000 words goal for Camp NaNoWriMo in the month of July. However, I’m still writing: #amwritingmystory #mybraininjurystory
In this monthly essay I discuss how after surviving a traumatic event, birthdays take on a different meaning (it’s almost my birthday and nearly 3 years after my Traumatic Brain Injury).
Here’s an update on what I’m writing creatively and the progress I’ve made (or haven’t made [in some cases]). #writingneverstopsblog #writingupdate #februarywritingupdate
Here’s my promised post on what I’m currently writing and plan to write this year. #blog #writingneverstopsblog
In an attempt to catch up in time for next month, I’m going to do a little speed writing challenge for my May story and finish it in 2 days. It’s dedicated to my niece and will be about geography. We’ll see how on topic I stay.
Note: For those who get this blog linked from my Facebook, I've been having technical issues, so that's why I'm reposting. Also, I had originally posted this (a few times now several days ago for those who read this blog online or in email) but for some odd reason it went back into my drafts. However after some noodling (I had a boss who used to say that all the time 🍝 ) I think I figured out all my technical issues (well not my technical issues, my blog's). 🤣