I’m rather fascinated by Greek mythology and their plethora of gods, and I thought “What about the gods of writing?” The Greeks have so many gods, why not add a few more to the pantheon? So here is a completely true, not at all fabricated list of the deities of writing.
May you never encounter them. Continue reading
Hello, welcome to the final short story (flash fiction, really.)
The prompts I received were:
Hello all peoples,
Intros are very hard to write.
Have a flash fiction.
(yes, my haiku are horrible and technically not haiku, but whatever :P)
So we both forgot that the deadline for the OYAN novel contest was Wednesday. (oops.) Anyways, we both edited like crazy and submitted our novels! But all that editing left no time for writing short stories. So this is a *little* late. Next week, we should be back on track. 🙂
Also, thanks for all the nice comments on the last story.
I was challenged with the prompts above, and here’s the story. I like this one a lot more, haha.
Hello to my ten readers of this blog. I appreciate you.
This is the first installment of the Short Story Challenge. You can read about that here if you missed that.
Wysteria challenged me to write a story with these three prompts:
I’m not too happy with the way the story turned out, but I’ll leave you to be the judge. Continue reading
(I’m brilliant with titles, aren’t I?)
As some of you may have noticed, there is a tiny little thing on my menu bar that says CWWC. Loren from killjoy used to run this little competition, but she’s not this year.
Basically, she’d give us three to four prompts twice a week for us to write stories about. These were pictures, quotes, and words. It was a giant team competition and whoever wrote the most got the most points.
I’ve been rather uninspired lately (my muse decided to take an extended vacation), so long story short, I’m doing the same thing with Wysteria from headintheclouds to revive it. (Hopefully.) Continue reading
Today I’m reviewing The Blood Race by K. A. Emmons… And wowww the cover. This is how you make indie covers.
It’s a work of art.
And the second one…. It got even better. How??? Tell me your secrets.
I’m reviewing the first one for this blog tour, though the tour is for the World’s Beneath, the second book in the series. Continue reading
I am not leaving, contrary to what it might look like from the title. I just wanted to try my hand at some free verse poetry. And I thought some art might go well with it. (I’ll let you be the judge of whether it does or not.)
It’s a bit of a sad post, I suppose. But goodbyes often are.
I actually just finished my first draft of Black Moon Academy a few weeks ago, and got it printed out on Monday to start editing in depth. *celebration* Soo, this tag was a fun tag to do. Thank you R.M. Archer for tagging me. 🙂
Quick Summary: School for villains. MC, Scarlet, is going to the school for her mom, but isn’t much of a villain. Then the hero school and the villain school start clashing, and war is imminent. Also *swords* *magic* *cloaks* *carrots*
look at this glorious mess (it’s a big mess, but it’s mine)
- Open WIP to the seventh page
- Scroll past the seventh line
- Copy the next seven paragraphs…. and paste them on your blog for THE WORLD to read
- Tag seven people!
This was a fun post to write.
I’m a picky reader. It’s very rare that I will love a book with all my heart and soul. Most books I read are just “eh.” And that’s okay, everyone has a few books that are just eh to them. The trouble is when a book that is just eh to you, is glorious, amazing, fireworks-popping-out of the page, the emperor-comes-to-visit-you-himself-wonderful to the rest of the reading world.
No one understands, and they think you’re insane for not liking the greatest literary masterpiece since Beowulf.
So, I’m going to rant about all the popular books that I did not like, in the hopes that someone else will be like me, or in the event that this is just hilarious to you that someone could hate these books. (Nobody kill me.)
Also, I’ve tried to keep it spoiler free. They may be *minor* spoilers, but nothing that would ruin the book.