Just as Jered thought that the battle was complete and they had succesfully driving out the Ocpots from their home, a monstrous form walked into the building. It was cloaked and hooded, and power resonated from it. Some of the Ocpots followed it back into the building. For the majority of the battle Jered and … Continue reading Novel Snippet: A Silence in the Shadows: Ath’s Attack + Exciting Announcement!!
Yes. This time it’s embarrassing writer moments. Let’s go. 😉 1: When someone is talking to you normally and then you get a writing idea. You leap straight into the air, yelling in excitement, and rush away to find a piece of paper to write it down on, leaving the other person confused in mid-sentence. … Continue reading Top 5 Embarrassing Writer Moments
The branches move and sway. A squirrel comes out to play. The sun begins to rise without a sound. The light plays out onto the ground. The birds rise and begin to sing. Foxes come out and see the beautiful spring. The breeze brings the mice out of their home. They chatter and run and … Continue reading Poem: Groggy Forest
Yes. The title explains all. For this weeks post, I am going to rant about the clichés common in fantasy novels that I find are highly irritating. Oh boy this is gonna be fun! Alright let’s get down to business. Cliché #1: The Orphan Taran from Chronicles of Prydain, Will from Ranger’s Apprentice, Rey from … Continue reading Three Clichés Common in Fantasy Novels That I Absolutely Hate
I saw the reply to my submission email. Anxiously, heart fluttering in my chest, I clicked it open. I was rejected. They thought my theme was nice, but the writing was too much telling and not showing, and the characters needed development. YAY!! You may not think this is the time to celebrate. I mean, … Continue reading How I Dealt With My First Rejection + Rejected Short Story
Haha okay I’m not going to go as in depth as Marsh-Mella-Man in my cartoon, but today I just wanted to talk about the subject of how to flesh out a novel idea into a chapter by chapter outline. Ready? (This idea is going to be really cringy but I’m not going to take forever … Continue reading In-Depth Outlining
Hey, ya'll. You know how in most stories you always here about the amazing hero that always survives his battles and kills many foes? Well I was thinking, what is it like to be the single random soldier that is in the fronts lines of a massive battle? What is it like to be the … Continue reading Short Story: To War
Trust me, in my six years of seriously being a writer, I’ve felt down. Real down. And it doesn’t feel good. So here are some things that I’ve found have been helpful when I’ve been going through things such as writer’s block, waiting for someone to finish critiquing your work, not sure where to go … Continue reading What to do When You’re Feeling Down as a Writer
Oh my goodness guys! I just found even more poems, but these ones go really far back!! So here are three: COBWEBS: When the old spiders get tired, Of their little webby home, They just up and walk away, Leaving it all alone. The webs turn into cobwebs, Old and a bit dry, Inside are … Continue reading Some Really Really Really Really REALLY Old Poems!!!
1: When someone gives you a book you’ve always wanted for your birthday/Christmas. 2: When you meet a fellow bookworm and you get to chat about your favorite characters and books. (Don’t you just get that happy little wriggling feeling in your stomach when you get to talk about books with a like-minded person? That’s … Continue reading Top 10 Happiest Bookworm Moments