I never fell in love with writing. I remember in fourth grade, my school assigned my class to write picture books with the intention to read them in groups. We had a small publishing room that made covers and bindings for us. When it came my turn to share, I was so fiercely embarrassed of… Continue reading Writing and Me
(Alright, so I have been trying to fix a broken registry in my windows laptop for five days now an it is still freezing up and being a general pain. However, I do NOT want to start this challenge with a no show, so guess what? I am writing on my cell phone!!!) (Also here is proof of… Continue reading 1 – A New Beginning
So, I saw an interesting little post on Tumblr recently – a challenge titled 52 short stories in 52 weeks. I’ve always been envious of the artists on the internet who get so many fun ‘art challenges’ and ‘art memes’, so of course I’m going to try and tackle this one head one. Before I start,… Continue reading A New Challenge
It has recently come to my attention, and by that I mean three minutes ago, that as an aspiring writer, I always fall into a particular trap. No, no, it’s not like I don’t know the trap is there. It’s not that I’m not observant enough. The problem is that I’m not smart enough to… Continue reading A Rookie Mistake in Writing
I live in a time in which I can say that I am a Slytherin and people understand what that means. It gives my peers a quick-map of my personality: ambitious, subtle, either cunning or possessing more-than-meets-the-eye. Probably quietly judgmental. Though not completely accurate, they would get a pretty good idea of what I’m getting… Continue reading Millennials, Writing, and Harry Potter
I call it a collection, but there aren’t really that many that I find decent enough to share. Poetry isn’t what I consider my strong suit, and definitely not back in high school, but I have a few here collecting dust that I thought would be alright to share. This is part of a collection… Continue reading Poem: High School Collection 1
Although I am addressing this towards all aspiring writers, particularly creative writers, I am mostly directing this towards myself in the order that I personally need to hear these things. So, really, I’m saying that the ordering of them is arbitrary to everyone but me, haha. In any case… 1) No matter what the quality, something… Continue reading 5 Things Writers Should Keep in Mind
An answer to a prompt by Danny requesting a story about a cool industrial robot, stargazing, and meaningless deaths.
((A lengthy poem inspired by a half-dream about the interactions between the Devil and a young girl who knows death all too well.)) I. “I can help you, if you’d like,” said the Devil to the girl In a garden filled with daffodils with dew strung up like pearls “Make with me a contract, and… Continue reading Poem: “The Devil and the Girl”
My regular first-Saturday-of-the-month update. Check out the Current Projects page to see what I’m trying to get done this year, and to see my current progress, read below the cut.