….You read a part of my soul in every word I write…
The parts of me you will read, are not just pieces of me, but with every word I share I am Becoming…
I started my blog so I could remember where I came from, how that led me to whom I would become, to witness my present becoming history, the future becoming the present
And I Becoming Me
Everything that I want you to know about me can be found within this tangle of words that spans years (est 2013) of thoughts written but never really spoken:
•There’s a post for everything and allow me to guide you briefly so you can navigate this site better *click the subheadings below
Becoming The Muse
Conversations over a virtual cup of coffee where you can put your feet up and catch up on life and everything. If you were having coffee with me….
Coffee chat conversations with guests and guest post submission. Contact me if you wish to be featured.
Fictional stories, some inspired by real experiences and others simply made up but all celebrating aspects of my life in words.
Home to my words when I dip a pen into my blood and write myself a soul
Ideally where you would find my recipes but it seems to be mostly about my (mis)adventures in the kitchen and the recipe for disaster that I am brewing
(Mis)adventures in public transport
**I also share blogging insights I have picked up along the journey of this award winning blog and feel free to reach out to me your friendly uncle of bloggers
This is not an exhaustive list of this blog’s content but just so that you may find your way around some of the more commonly occurring themes and for your perusal pleasure so you may disappear down the rabbit hole that is Becoming The Muse
A place I entwine the beauty and chaos of the place I call home, legends of old married to the science of today, spawning narratives that celebrate the magic and mystery of my ancestry.
What will you do with the lil bit of my soul that you take with you?
Introducing me: the boy I was becoming the man I am
Thank you for stopping by.
Let me simply add that it is my very good honor to meet you and my name is Beaton and you may call me B.