“Don’t go. I don’t want you to leave.” Little Maggy’s eyes burned into Carson’s. Their hazel complexion always reminded him of a sparrow’s wings, soaring high above the earth, sparkling and free. Now they were broken, defeated. Coated with the dull stain of dust. Carson knelt on one knee, lifting his calloused fingers to his … Continue reading Sacrificial War: A Flash Fiction
4 Years of Blogging!
4 years. Whoa. It's pretty crazy when I look back on it--four years of writing blog posts, interacting with readers, growing and improving in my writing. It's been a wild ride, and I wouldn't go back and erase it for the world! It has been so much fun, and so beneficial to my writing journey … Continue reading 4 Years of Blogging!
Taking a Step Back (Updates and Rambles)
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)
Three Clichés Common in Fantasy Novels That I Absolutely Hate
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