New Man, New Reason, Same Blog

I guess you could say that I am a sucker for a good transformation story.

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My name is Khan [con], I am a writer, designer and programmer.

This blog started as a way for me to connect with others who were participating in NanoWrimo and passionate about stories. But With the support of awesome people like: ljerguson66, and missaar, I ended up writing the Sonata Knights series and bunch of other stuff

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Though I get to do a bit of storytelling for work,  it’s when I write fiction that I truly feel like a writer. It’s been a few years and a lot has changed, but I  still aspire to be a writer and storyteller that inspires readers to be adventurous, weird and most of all courageous.  I guess you could say that I am a sucker for a good transformation story.

 

So is it a blog or a journal?


I don’t have all the answers but I pledge to share the ones that I find.

 

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As a recovering workaholic I sometimes see life as an unbalanced equation, because there never seems to be enough time and yet somehow there is always a new deadline for work or school holding an invisible gun to my head.  It’s also the reason a journal about my day-to-day life would be incredibly dull. I rather share stories and art, and the journeys that brought them to life.

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This blog is for people who love stories and art. It is also for those that dare to be artists, and storytellers. This blog is about commitment, determination, and passion, but it is also about honesty, mistakes and vulnerability. It’s message is as much a mantra as it is a mission statement.

“You are allowed to be Creative.”

I don’t have all the answers but I pledge to share the ones that I find.

In the upcoming months I plan to share my journey of writing my first novel, my return to photography  and art,  and of course fiction and flash fiction. In addition to this you will find  recommendations for blogs, techniques for self-improvement, and resources that have personally helped me manage my anxiety, be more productive and happy and gives me courage daily.

 


2 Replies to “New Man, New Reason, Same Blog”

  1. Khan I really love your writing. I don’t know your age but you seem like a millennial ✌️ I would love to talk with you about guest blogging for my blog sometime. We are growing a community where older millennials share perspectives and experiences and stories about our lives. And something tells me you have some amazing stories.

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    1. Thank you so much. I’m quite happily leaving my twenties happier, wiser and in a better place. I’d love to guest blog just let me know how and I’ll do it. Though it’d have to be after october (you know why ha).

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