A while ago I posted a writing sample, titled Frappucinno, which was something I wrote while reading Writing Magic: Creating Stories That Fly. So I decided to go back and edit it […]
“Amazing,” Lisa Fairs whispers to herself as she peers through her binoculars. There, hovering hundreds of feet above her is the largest falcon that Lisa had ever seen. True, she sees […]
A quick writer warning on assumption, and that mixed with context. Hopefully you get it. Plus, you get to hear an awesome joke as a part of it! Thanks for reading. Give God the glory.
It’s been a while since a decently long post, so here’s one on my writing! It includes another writing sample from an assignment in Writing Magic: Creating Stories That Fly, by Gail Carson Levine. And the best part? It takes place in Starbucks!
I was doing a little writing research, and I stumbled upon bestselling author Gail Carson Levine’s book, Writing Magic: Creating Stories that Fly. I took a look at the Amazon preview and did the assignment about a woman losing her wig. I’ve published it on this post. Enjoy!