Ever wondered if your new stories were Chosen for Distribution, but you didn’t feel like going through each individual story to check? Now you no longer need to! This chrome extension takes away the hassle and shows which of your stories were Chosen for further Distribution right on the stats page.
I keep telling myself that I should stop looking at stats and just start writing. But curiosity does get me every now and then. I already found that this extension stops me from going down the rabbit hole of checking each individual story. …
Do you want to publish a story daily? But is something holding you back to write? Or is something holding you back to take the plunge and actually publish them?
If so this is the place to overcome whatever holds you back from publishing. Just write and have fun while doing so.
Also, if you want to iterate towards that lofty 30-day or 100-day goal, this publication may just be the thing as have an audience where you can share your (sub)goals and tell us what you have learned.
I strongly believe that you get better when you practice. And…
the love we share
in our summer holidays
is much greater than
the location and weather
in our short time together
My summer holiday has begun. I just got back from vacation and maybe I should finish the drafts I started about what I experienced in my vacation. I was, however, faced with having to spend time with my family.
And what a great experience that has been. Again. Each holiday, I am so thankful for the pure joy I get from being with my wife and kids all day long. It’s got nothing to do with where we are…
I have included a Spotify-playlist at the end of this article in case you want to listen while reading. Fair warning: most likely, the music will distract you from reading.
“It’s a really bloody noisy racket, you know?” was the answer when I asked a friend to borrow an Atari Teenage Riot CD. I was undaunted. One of my favourite albums at the time was Homogenic by Björk. And Alec Empire, the founding empire of Atari Teenage Riot, happened to have remixed the song Jóga on it.
Alec Empire’s work at the time was not for frail souls or people…
The ceremony was about to start. I was at a wedding. I calmed parents, guests, and wedding officiants. “He’ll be there,” I said. The best man was yet to arrive. “He does this. He will probably arrive any moment now.”
I was not sure about that last statement. The best man — or should I say, my best man — was always late. I got my phone out of my inside pocket from my wedding suit and listened to the excuse: “Oh, we thought it was an hour later.”
I knew my best friend was a faffinator. He gets distracted…
I haven’t paid a lot of attention to my tags during my time on Medium. I apply tags that I think are appropriate to a story. Seeing a couple of stories regarding top writer tags had me wonder whether I should step up my game and use the Top Writer Tags, so I’ve done some research and compiled a table with everything I could find.
it did not go well last time
I’m not going there
looking back is not worth it
future is my direction
This tanka is inspired by KTHT’s prompt by Wilfredo Resto “An open door won’t take you anywhere if you don’t walk through it.”
The tanka is definitively not my best. But I think it’s a fun little thing that I can maybe improve upon in the future. Some poetry takes time to get better. Let’s call this my first iteration.
I always tell other people that they should not look back too much. It’s not the direction you’re…
“If the time machine was invented today, what would you do?” is the prompt posted by Simão Cunha in the publication KTHT. I have learned that these prompts prompt me with sudden inspiration. An idea immediately pops up and I take off writing about it. Sometimes it’s hard to figure out what the prompt was about.
It’s no different today. With ideas popping in my, I figured I’d write about pop. My second answer to the prompt was ‘visit all the awesome concerts I have missed’. I decided, however, to go with my first answer:
I’d reinvent the rules for…
I write about anything that sparks my interest. Usually, it’s things that amaze, touch or surprise me.