Reviving enthusiasm in the Work

To be honest, I don’t have full answers to the issue of reviving enthusiasm in a writing project but based on recent experience, I think the following things have helped: A writing routine- Lately, I’m keeping to a routine of working on my WIP for 5 days a week and 1 page of writing perContinue reading “Reviving enthusiasm in the Work”

Moonlake’s Writing Mottos (1)

What you are seeing in the picture above is my vision board that I created a few years back to reaffirm my identity as a writer. As you can see, it’s mostly uplifting phrases or writing mottos.  However, today I want to blog about a motto that isn’t up there (yet), that I’m feeling keenlyContinue reading “Moonlake’s Writing Mottos (1)”

Reflection on Moonlake as a Writer- April 2020

I’m going to do another Q&A today with myself. It’s been a while since I last did a reflection on myself as a writer so it’s time for a revisit.  At what level do you assess yourself to be as a writer now? Intermediate.  Weren’t you calling yourself a beginning writer a few years ago?Continue reading “Reflection on Moonlake as a Writer- April 2020”

The Chinese influence in my Writing

Aside from the about page, I don’t think I’ve properly introduced myself so let’s do this here up front. I’m a Chinese who migrated to Australia at the age of 12 after I completed primary school. Because I came from Hong Kong, I lean towards modern values (at least in gender roles and such) butContinue reading “The Chinese influence in my Writing”