Hello, there! As some of you may know and some of you may not, I have decided to step back from some of my old projects for a while and start a new one. You can read more about why I chose that decision and what's going on in this post here. But anyway, I'm … Continue reading Announcing My New Project!!
Hello, there! Welcome to part 2 of my 10 of My Favorite Books Ever posts! This time we're going to be talking about 10 of my favorite books OUTSIDE of my genre. (So basically anything besides fantasy). #1: Adorning the Dark This. Book. Is. Phenomenal. Written by Andrew Peterson, the author of the Wingfeather Saga, … Continue reading 10 of My Favorite Books Ever (Outside My Genre)
Hello, everyone! Today I'm going to be talking about 10 of my favorite books ever, inside of my genre (fantasy). This is going to be super fun, so be sure to stick around! All right. Let's jump right into it! #1: The Lord of the Rings + The Hobbit I think this one's obvious. 😉 … Continue reading 10 of My Favorite Books Ever (In My Genre)
Yes, I know, this is a very very odd, non-writing-or-book-related tag and post, but...we're in lockdown! I didn't know what to post this week! And I got tagged! So heck, let's do it! 😀 Um...thanks for approving, Kylo. And thanks, Lydia, for tagging me! Rules: Thank the blogger who nominated you. Answer blogger’s questions. Nominate other bloggers. … Continue reading The Lockdown Tag 2020
Grass and Wind: The green grass blowing In warm, whispering spring wind Is very calming The Small River: The cold ice has thawed The small river is now free To bubble and jump We had Autumn Haikus, Winter Haikus, aaand we needed a Spring Haikus post! I hope you enjoyed reading these. Until later, Enjoyed … Continue reading Poetry: Two Spring Haikus
Three more Chad comics! Hope you enjoy! 🙂 I hope these made you smile! Until later, Enjoyed this? Want more from me? Join my Email List here to receive writing updates, monthly newsletters, and two exclusive short stories along the way!
Do you ever struggle writing description that keeps your reader’s attention? Would you like to be able to write beautiful, vivid descriptions that lay out a wonderful, fascinating scene before the people who are reading your story? Now, I’m not saying I’m a master at this and you aren’t! I’m still learning how to write … Continue reading Improve Description in Your Writing With These 3 Tips
Enuth fell. His knees struck the ground and a moment later he was stretched out on his stomach, his face to the mud. He drew in a sharp breath, which sent searing pain through his rib-cage. He felt the weakness of surrender begin to seep in his bones. A shadow fell over him, and he … Continue reading Never Surrender: A Flash Fiction
Hey, everyone. This post was not planned whatsoever. It may be a bit ramble-ish and jumbled, and for that I'm sorry. I'll get right into it. I don't know how long I've felt like this, but for quite a long time, I've felt like I've been in a writing stand-still. Nothing's really moving. I don't … Continue reading Taking a Step Back (Updates and Rambles)
The heat was unbearable. He stood there, his eyes in a half-squint, as he stared at the flames, which leaped and twisted like an injured animal. The dancing tongues of heat roared and crackled in his ears. There was the sharp splintering of a wood beam breaking under the stress of the heat. It fell … Continue reading Flames: A Flash Fiction