Greetings, all! Self-promotion day! Today I am advertising my own collection of poetry: make your tongue dance: collected poetical taps. Here is the link: make your tongue dance
He smiled as he brushed together his old flint and steel, smiling the way he always did, lopsided and full of love, his sparks kindling the wood into a roaring […]
Hello people of this world. Today I bring a riddle I wrote to you. The answer is this so-called “password.” Simply comment what you think it is and you will […]
Hello, people! Sorry its been a while since I last published a post. I’ve been very busty with writing projects of all types, plus learning a new instrument and balancing […]
In Divergent, my favorite scene is the aptitude test. Every scenario it runs Beatrice through unlocks a new facet of her character to the reader.
I bet you already know where I’m going with this.
If you do or do not, come to this post for a writing tip that’s extremely important if you want deeper characters!
Hey, I know I promised last post that next post would be a writing tip. But apparently I lied, because today I’m giving you a link to a post on the […]
Hey, another photo of me and my cool writing books! Selfie! Coming up soon: What Divergent can teach us about character depth!
There is only one mirror in my house.
Look, I didn’t want to be a half-blood.
Fern was looking out her bedroom window in her grandmother’s house for a runaway rhinoceros.
What make these first lines so great? What makes them hook the reader and have them asking for more? In this writing tip, I tell you how to write stunning first lines that leave your reader reading the next one.
Hosanna in the highest.
I’ve been doing some reading…
Greetings, fellow writers. Today I’m making a few announcements on this blog and my writing elsewhere. Firstly, I’d like to declare that I have had two poems written in an […]