Welcome to my little corner of the internet, where I aim to cultivate a consistent writing habit through reflecting on the world around me and my experiences with it. There will be thoughts on books, board games and Dungeon & Dragons, TV shows and movies and Story, travels and being where my feet are. I am hopelessly in love with Story. With a capital “S.” It is a beautiful thing and I want to chase after it and wrestle with and write about.
In one of my favorite blog posts ever written, Emily P. Freeman wrote:
I’m not yet sure how this will turn out, but that’s the beauty of blog writing – it’s an invitation to enter into the middle of a story without the pressure of either having to know the beginning or close it up neatly.
A blog is often a collection of middle narratives, reflections that happen in between beginnings and endings.
– Emily P. Freeman, “Before Helpless Turns to Hopeless
This is my collection of middle narratives. I don’t know everything and some days I wish I did before I felt the need to write about it. But then, nothing would get written would it? 🙂
Some quick links for you, dear humans:
– My TBR-books // I’m a book dragon! My list of the all the books I (and my husband own) that I haven’t read yet [embarrassed monkey face emoji]. See complete list here.
– 30 Day Haiku Project // a complete list of this poetry challenge can be found here.
My Words Elsewhere:
– My Top 6 Writing Tools on the Ink & Grace blog.
– The faith it took to move twice in a short span of time over at the More Love Letters’ diary.
And the professional bit:
Tracy Erler lives with her husband, two cats, and a handful of potted plants in the foothills of Northern California. She loves story in all forms. Contemporary YA is her jam, but Fantasy is vying for first place. Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, A Thousand Splendid Suns, if i stay, and The Green Mile are her “Always” stories.
She’s barista by day and wife, writer, and auntie the rest of the time. She has a heart for small businesses and all things local. You can find her at home or a friend’s house, in a Dungeon and Dragons campaign, in a random coffee shop, sitting outside staring at the mountains or the sky. And she’s on a mission to find the best iced chai latte and a cup of coffee she doesn’t have to drown in milk and sugar.
Fellow lovers of Story, books, or if something I wrote resonated with you, you can email me at: tracyerler [dot] writer [at] gmail [dot] com.
Fellow lovers of Story, books, and of something I wrote resonated with you, you can email me at: tracyerler [dot] writer [at] gmail [dot] com.