What Is Ableism, And Is It Still A Problem In 2018?

If you haven’t heard of it before, ableism is a term used to describe discrimination or social prejudice against disabled people. It involves treating someone unfairly because of characteristics that directly relate to their disability. You might be thinking it sounds similar to other things, like sexism and racism, and that’s because it is similar. The […]

My Writing Notebook: How I Plan For NaNoWriMo

Are you a complete beginner when it comes to planning novels? Perhaps you’re doing what I did in my first year of National Novel Writing Month: frantically reading blog posts, hoping someone will have the secret to succeeding this month. While I did write a guide on how I wrote 50,000 words in less than […]

What I Love About Writing Novels

It’s been a while since I’ve talked about my love for writing on this blog, hasn’t it? It was one of the main reasons I started this blog in the first place, something I’ve only really mentioned once in a blog post you can read here. For a little bit of backstory, I started writing […]

September Overview: My Birthday Month!

September has been a difficult month for me for as long as I can remember, so I’m glad it’s over. One of the hardest things is the amount of change that happens in this month with starting a new year of college, something I’ve always struggled with. However, I think I’m finally getting into a […]

My Autism Diagnosis: Two Years On

September 23rd 2017 marks two years since I received my official autism diagnosis, and my life changed completely. This may seem like a small event for some people, but it’s one of the most important dates of the year for me. In the first year following my autism diagnosis, I focused a lot on learning […]