MarilynAHepburn

I've been torn between spending my time in solitude writing for my Wattpad account or getting out into the world and enjoying face-to-face human interaction. I need both alone time and social opportunities in my life, but to keep my Wattpad stories updated (I'm a slow writer), all my non-working hours were being spent at the computer alone. That's not a healthy recipe for my soul. 
          	
          	Life is short. I need to get out there and see it before it's gone. 
          	
          	My heart breaks because I enjoy the chance to tell stories that might mean something to someone. My heart also breaks because I don't want to get to the last days of my life and regret the relationships I never had a chance to make or the opportunities I never had a chance to discover. What is a girl do do?
          	
          	I honestly didn't know what I should do. Then, like a blessing, thieves of online stories became a very real possibility for me and my written creations. Because of this, stepping away from online storytelling for awhile has been made little bit easier. 
          	
          	Thank you for reading and enjoying my written madness. Wattpad has been a delightful chapter in my life--mostly because of the people I've met here along the way. I do plan on popping in now and then to see how everyone is doing. I don't believe I could stay away from this place forever. :)

MindyLeah

@MarilynAHepburn I miss you so much. You are the party of Wattpad. Come back soon. Just stopped in to do some reading while drinking my coffee this morning. I remember how you went in to the hospital and came out with an award winning book from that experience {remember I made the McSexy sexy cookies in my Wattpad multimedia design bakery themed shop haha} we been here since the infancy of your concepts, the writing and cheered at its finished. Come back soon. Miss you!!
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MarilynAHepburn

@shalonsims The words you speak couldn't be more true. 
          	  
          	  Writing has always been a way for me to communicate and process the darkness within me. I don't write because I'm happy, I write because I'm hurting. Writing heals and teaches me--but it can also suffocate me if I don't step away from it to breathe fresh air in the "real world." It's like a double edged sword--bringing me happiness when the skies have gone dark while at the same time clouding the skies with depression so it's difficult to see the light of my happiness reappearing. I suppose if a found a mate who enjoyed spending quiet evenings creating together--I could have my writing and happiness too. In the meantime, writing brings me loneliness, and loneliness isn't a quality that nurtures my joy. :)
          	  
          	  I'm not even sure if that made sense--hahaha. 
          	  
          	  We should seriously meet up if you're back in the Pacific Northwest. Since I'm not busy getting new chapters up each week--I have more time! Hahaha. :)
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MarilynAHepburn

@linahanson I do have to say I'd like to take the mule ride in South Grand Canyon. So far I've been to the North Grand Canyon and the West Grand Canyon. Amazing how different they all look. Oh! Ooooo! We could meet in Vegas--and I'll plan something so great--you'll have ONE good memory of Vegas. Hahahaha. ;)
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TheFictionalRealism

I love your writing. It's amazing and gets you really into the book. You are very relatable and hilarious, I can't wait to see what else you have in store in the future for writing. 
           Have a good new year! 

MindyLeah

I love following your offline adventures too so I understand. Besides 1 minute online in real life is an hour. <3 see ya around sooner than later.

DreamingCrooked

I found your NACHOS at the right time. I was searching for a self-discovery kinda books and came across this one. I read first few lines of the first chapter and I added it to my library right away and read it in a few minutes time. Thank you so much for existing and writing this book. I'm viewing things in different perspective now just like Cindi. We're alike in another thing too. I had been dreaming of finding a prince charming/soul mate. But you have punched right through my mind and heart ♡ about the real soul mate thing. Love you and your writing. ♡_♡ 

MarilynAHepburn

I've been torn between spending my time in solitude writing for my Wattpad account or getting out into the world and enjoying face-to-face human interaction. I need both alone time and social opportunities in my life, but to keep my Wattpad stories updated (I'm a slow writer), all my non-working hours were being spent at the computer alone. That's not a healthy recipe for my soul. 
          
          Life is short. I need to get out there and see it before it's gone. 
          
          My heart breaks because I enjoy the chance to tell stories that might mean something to someone. My heart also breaks because I don't want to get to the last days of my life and regret the relationships I never had a chance to make or the opportunities I never had a chance to discover. What is a girl do do?
          
          I honestly didn't know what I should do. Then, like a blessing, thieves of online stories became a very real possibility for me and my written creations. Because of this, stepping away from online storytelling for awhile has been made little bit easier. 
          
          Thank you for reading and enjoying my written madness. Wattpad has been a delightful chapter in my life--mostly because of the people I've met here along the way. I do plan on popping in now and then to see how everyone is doing. I don't believe I could stay away from this place forever. :)

MindyLeah

@MarilynAHepburn I miss you so much. You are the party of Wattpad. Come back soon. Just stopped in to do some reading while drinking my coffee this morning. I remember how you went in to the hospital and came out with an award winning book from that experience {remember I made the McSexy sexy cookies in my Wattpad multimedia design bakery themed shop haha} we been here since the infancy of your concepts, the writing and cheered at its finished. Come back soon. Miss you!!
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MarilynAHepburn

@shalonsims The words you speak couldn't be more true. 
            
            Writing has always been a way for me to communicate and process the darkness within me. I don't write because I'm happy, I write because I'm hurting. Writing heals and teaches me--but it can also suffocate me if I don't step away from it to breathe fresh air in the "real world." It's like a double edged sword--bringing me happiness when the skies have gone dark while at the same time clouding the skies with depression so it's difficult to see the light of my happiness reappearing. I suppose if a found a mate who enjoyed spending quiet evenings creating together--I could have my writing and happiness too. In the meantime, writing brings me loneliness, and loneliness isn't a quality that nurtures my joy. :)
            
            I'm not even sure if that made sense--hahaha. 
            
            We should seriously meet up if you're back in the Pacific Northwest. Since I'm not busy getting new chapters up each week--I have more time! Hahaha. :)
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MarilynAHepburn

@linahanson I do have to say I'd like to take the mule ride in South Grand Canyon. So far I've been to the North Grand Canyon and the West Grand Canyon. Amazing how different they all look. Oh! Ooooo! We could meet in Vegas--and I'll plan something so great--you'll have ONE good memory of Vegas. Hahahaha. ;)
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strangeblacksoul

Wait is your name really Marilyn Hepburn? Cause you just literally put together two of the most iconic women in your name  

LadyGaara

You have by far one of the best, most descriptive, vividly-alluring writing styles I have EVER come across!! I am SO jealous. You are an idol. God has really blessed you. You are certainly embracing your creative side with your stories, I hope I can achieve what you have in regards to my writing some day. ;)

hiphiphoolay

Hi! Just wanted to appreciate you for sharing NACHOS, one of the cleverest, wittiest and most meaningful books I've come across. At first I was like, it's based on a single night? Like how can you bring up a plot line and work through it to the end on one night? But it's done so so well and a delightful read! Along with Cyndi I think we all changed a lil bit too. You are a genius!!! An amazing book ♡

DreamingCrooked

@hiphiphoolay Yeah I felt the same way either :) 
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