After a very long hiatus, I am back, sharing random thoughts about my views of reading and books in general. As always, I have several ideas for posts floating in my head, but at least that gives them time to grow and expand from a single thought into a (hopefully) coherent blog post! A while … Continue reading Why YA is Important
I’m back for week two of my personal flash fiction challenge. This prompt comes from the Tumblr page @writing-prompt-s. The top bold part is the prompt, everything underneath it is mine. I hope you enjoy! The chosen one is a middle school teacher who teaches kids destined for villainy how to twist their respective prophecies … Continue reading School of Prophecy
Here is my first #flashfiction post! I used the January 1st prompt from the Writer's Digest daily calender. The prompt is at the top in bold, everything underneath is my own. You bolt awake … but you’re not immediately sure what awakened you. You blearily fumble for your cell phone to check the time, but … Continue reading White Hand of Power
Happy New Year 2019! To Celebrate the New Year, I will begin to post Flash Fiction stories here on my blog! I started this blog to talk about the fantasy reading and writing world, and I realize I haven't touched too much on the writing aspect. Some of that will change as I begin to … Continue reading Joining the Flash Fiction Revolution
If you’ve ever felt like you’re not a “true” author if you write fanfiction, this article is for you! The Writer’s Digest has shared why fanfiction writing is helpful, and of course, we ran with the topic.
What do fictional characters have to do with our daily lives? Read on to find out.
Many writers face the fear of being unoriginal: there's no plot, character, storyline, twist, or ending that hasn't been done before. Is this a valid fear? Should we just admit defeat, throw down our pens and find a new hobby? Not at all. We'll mix up the picture and expression a bit: You may think … Continue reading All Been Done Before