It is impossible to turn off the imagination. The want to create burns hot and once the spark of an idea ignites, there is no turning back. That is the beauty of writing, baby. Those empty pages fill with the joy of beginnings, thrilling middles, and endings that make you look back and wonder why it all happened. It is through those pages among pages that sort out a tangled mess of anger and frustration, love and infatuation, conflict and resolution.
Hi, I’m Lyndsey. Have a seat. *motions to purple inflatable chair from the late 90’s while sipping an Ecto Cooler*
I have been writing for 15 years, longer if you want to dig back to 5th grade when my creative writing talents flourished in the form of a bizarre Halloween-murder-crime story.
Halloween-murder-crime stories aside, I now write copy for businesses, blog, write a fluff piece here and there, and create top-notch classic American novels (pending).
What to expect from this blog:
First and foremost, I have a thing for writing, history and music. My fiction is usually slice-of-life with a raging soundtrack. I live for rock ‘n’ roll and will share the obscure and notable with facts and anecdotes in the name of music appreciation and education. I hope this becomes a resource of getting to know for yourself as well as a teaching resource in secondary school classrooms. I’ll also be writing about the publishing industry and maybe popping a piece up about business trends once in a while.
As a note, this website does occasionally use affiliate links as a for-profit blog.
Thanks for stopping by.
A little note on affiliate marketing
Affiliate marketing is promoting a product or service in return for a commission. When you purchase a product or service through one of my links, I earn a small part of the sale. This comes as no extra cost to you (except your personal purchase of the item!). I am happy to provide a platform to show off awesome products for you and hope you are able to enjoy them. The small commission from the company is seen as a small token of thanks.
If you were to look up the item on the site outside of the affiliate link, the price would still be the same.
I won’t post links to products I don’t believe in or have not tried. I’ll give it to you straight: I’m not out to scam you. This isn’t any different than the ads you flip through in a magazine, except you can buy directly from them.
Why am I using affiliate links?
I don’t get paid to write these articles (unless if a company wanted me to, then you would get full notice on the post that it is sponsored). Blogging takes time and to be able to keep things up and rolling, I use these links.
What am I using for affiliate links?