Follow your inner-monologues.

On turning thoughts into stories.

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I’ve always maintained that to be a great author, you must be a vigilant observer; not the creepy kind (probably best not to loiter around children parks).

If you’re anything like me, you spend more time talking to yourself to your inner-voice than you do with others. You’re silent, and tend to reflect; people often view you as…

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I failed to learn the piano, so I decided I’d play the keyboard instead. //All aboard the Crazytrain.

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I failed to learn the piano, so I decided I’d play the keyboard instead. //All aboard the Crazytrain.

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