In the past couple of days, I have been working on my novel, playing my video game "Beyond: Two Souls" and reading "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children". Sometimes, I forget to blog every Friday for the, "Do You Have A Dream" post. This upcoming Friday, I promise to update. >_<

Also, since I am now partnered with Drama Fever, I have to get started watching a series from the site so I can review it. I already have a series in mind that I plan to watch!

I have a question for my readers. I'm not asking for myself, but it's just a general question. Do you think it's possible for a writer to quit his/her day job to focus solely on writing? I have read some writers have done this. Regardless if you are published traditionally or self-published, do you think it can be done?


  1. It is possible but you have to prioritize and create a budget to see if you can afford writing full-time. Congrats on all your achievements in 2013 and wish you many more in 2014. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Britt.

  2. Hey, long time no see! C:

    Personally, I think it's possibly but it doesn't sound ideal. I believe myself to be a visual artist above all but I am trying to establish myself in a more stable career path to ensure that I can make a living while trying to get my art out there. That's just me, though. I know there are many people who are not that concerned with being a struggling artist but the idea has never appealed to me at all XD lol. Good luck working on your novel~~

  3. I think it's possible, but probably better to do if you have a better financial cushion. I don't think it's something I'll do mostly because I'm really excited about the field I'm getting into, but I commend those who do it!

  4. It is feasible but really difficult to do. It's much better to have some sort of financial support. However, I do have friends with flexible work arrangements so they can focus more on writing.




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