I was tagged quite a while ago by Josh for the Narnia blog tag. I'm finally getting around to it. Thank you, Josh!! I absolutely love Narnia, so I cannot wait to get into this tag! But first, the rules: Thank the person who tagged you. Describe what kind of Narnia fan you are … Continue reading The Narnia Blog Tag
This is a poem a wrote not too long ago in a spoken word form. Ever since I discovered spoken word poetry I thought it was so cool, and I think it'd be fun to try out sometime! Anyway, enjoy the poem! I hope it encourages you and uplifts your day. There are many days … Continue reading Poem: Days
So some time ago, I wrote a snippet series on the Young Writer's Workshop Community. But it was not just a series of snippets from a story. It was a Choose Your Own Adventure style snippet series! Basically I would write a snippet of the story every single day, post it to the community, and … Continue reading Snakeblade: A Choose Your Own Adventure Short Story
Hello hello, everyone! Because I wasn't currently working on a large project for a while, I was getting a little tired of simply writing short stories, poetry, and blog posts. I wanted to write another novel, just for fun! And, because this one was simply for fun, I decided why not stretch my boundaries a … Continue reading I’m Writing a Sci-Fi Novel??
Summer is cominnnng!! *confetti explosion* Summer!! *coughs* anyway...anyone else excited? One thing I want to do a lot of this summer is...reading! You probably guessed that by the title! I love sitting back in a chair on our back porch with a glass of lemonade by my side and read in the light of the … Continue reading My 2021 Summer TBR List!
Hello, fellow humans! It's been a long time since I've done a tag! I was thinking of stopping tags, but I think they're fun, so I'll keep doing them. 😀 I was so kindly tagged for the Reread Blog Tag by Lili! Thank you, Lili! The Rules: 1: Link back to the creator (Brianna @ Brianna’s … Continue reading Reread Blog Tag!
Sprinting, jogging, running. Crucial tasks we’re shunning. Tripping, falling, gasping. On false hopes we’re grasping. ~ Always saying that today will be the day we can say we broke through our goal and joy will fill the hole ~ in our hearts that we try to fill with lie after lie, thinking this will at … Continue reading Poem: Slowed Down
When I was younger, I enjoyed jumping into writing a brand new story with no plan. I didn't have character names figured out, nor what they were doing, nor where they were. Exploring the story I was writing without knowing what would happen was what I enjoyed, and I thought that if I took time … Continue reading Don’t Make This World-Building Mistake in your Writing!
Maybe you have writer's block. Maybe you've pulled out a piece of paper and can't think of anything to draw. Or maybe you're lying on the couch playing video games because you haven't felt in that "creative mindset" for days! Well, you might need to fill your creative well! What's your creative well, you ask? … Continue reading Fill Your Creative Well With These 3 Things!
The Ruins of Gorlan Ranger's Apprentice: Book 1 Author: John Flanagan Pages: 288 Genre: Fantasy My Rating: 5 stars Synopsis: They have always scared him in the past—the Rangers, with their dark cloaks and shadowy ways. The villagers believe the Rangers practice magic that makes them invisible to ordinary people. And now 15-year-old Will, always … Continue reading Book Review: Ranger’s Apprentice The Ruins of Gorlan