What Is Writing?
I’m not a big fan of writing advice in general. The creative process simply cannot be legislated into a trendy list of dos and don’ts. Continue reading
Monday Motivations; Be Your Own Cheerleader
Hello friends and welcome to another wishful week of writing. Friends, I’ll admit it: the time change last week kicked my ass. Every day I got home from work feeling absolutely wiped. I ended up spending a lot of time in bed (well, even more so than usual) and procrastinated on my weekly writing tasks.… Continue reading
Fiction Friday; TBR Roundup
Hello friends! For today’s Fiction Friday, I thought I would do a fun assessment of my current TBR pile. My goals for my reading to-do list are to try and read as many recent(ish) releases as possible, to keep potential comps in mind for my own works, and to make sure I’m reading a broad… Continue reading
The Unwealthy Writer
Today, I’m going to talk about something perhaps a little on the taboo side: the disparity between writers of means and writers who live with financial insecurity. Continue reading
The Ballad of Mercy May #0038
Previous she moves resolutely forward all the same, as if compelled. It is that idea that finally slows her feet. Just where are you taking me? Mercy asks the thing hovering at the back of her consciousness, but her query yields only frustrating silence. With considerable force of will, she finally brings herself to a… Continue reading
Drabble Rock; March 14, 2023
invisible Mhazara’s step was sprightly as she wended her way through the cobblestone streets, not a merchant nor a marm paying the slightest attention to her when she passed. It felt wonderful to be functionally invisible after so many weeks spent under the thumb of Kenzian court intrigue. If Adrial knew she was out here,… Continue reading
Monday Motivations; Defogged
Hello friends and welcome to another willful week of writing. I am pleased to report that I am finally starting to feel more like myself again, as the fog of this recent depressive episode has started to lift. While I’m grateful my medicine has mitigated the worst of my brain chemistry’s fuckery, it is still… Continue reading
The Ballad of Mercy May #0037
Previous One of them, she is equally certain, is her destination. Chapter Two The gods are gone,The gods have left,And in their absence,We are bereft.Hell hath openedDemons flood inAnd we, our gods,Have forsaken. An Orphan’s LamentUnknown The entity haunting Mercy’s mind is eerily silent as she approaches the temples on the hill, though Mercy somehow… Continue reading
The Ballad of Mercy May #0036
Previous these buildings look lived in. Occupied, unlike the shells Mercy passed on her way in. Homes of those who could not so easily leave after the city lost its luster. Was that an observation of her own, or the entity’s? Mercy is disconcerted that she can no longer tell the difference. Past the many… Continue reading
Drabble Rock; March 7, 2023
palm Chelle hissed as Jolie dabbed at the cut on her palm with an alcohol-soaked rag, while a steady stream of curses flowed from her sister’s mouth. She wanted to ask where Jolie learned such language – certainly not at court – but the horrid stinging pain of her injury was enough to hold her… Continue reading
Kerry Share’s love for writing started, as it so often does, as a love of reading at an early age. At age 11 she wrote her first short story, a Harry Potter knockoff of dubious quality, and her love for creative expression was born. Throughout her teen years she continued to foster that passion through derivative work, and at 23 she turned her eye to original fiction.
Now in her thirties, having taken a break from creative endeavors to cope with an ever changing life and landscape, she is determined to make her dream of a writing career reality.