Whose teeth shine like emerald knives? And in a cave an era survived? An ancient dragon, a buried foe, Surfaces at last, the Legano. As a hatchlet, his green wings Blew a […]
This. Is. One. Of. The. Best. Poems. I. Have. Ever. Written.
(That was a long sentence to put a period in front of every word and still make it sound dramatic.)
This poem, about snow and its dangers, is a thorn in a beautiful rose. Foreboding but handsome. I hope you enjoy!
To God be the glory.
Hey, y’all! This is Harry. I’m here with yet another writing sample. If you’d like to see more, don’t forget to drop by my writing sample page. There you’ll find […]
“YOUR MASTER’S IN THE BATHROOM!!!”
Loyalty is a good thing in animals…to a certain extent. If it comes to being willing to die, so be it. But to kill, well, that’s another story. Read this hilarious writing sample by me that takes place in Avengard, the mother country of the place where Bayonet takes place.
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!
“The fire storms for goodness sake! They’ll burn that city to the ground!”
In this post, you hear two men discuss the Mavorian terrors: the dreaded fire storms. While the one rants away on their danger, the other rethinks his vacation getaway location. This text gives you a few sneak peeks of my book, Bayonet, and you get a sample of my writing style.