“Where did you learn to break into a lock? You’re eight years old!”
That, my friends, is a start of an epic story. We have all these crime-fighting kids in books and movies, but really, how many eight year olds are going to be on the streets by themselves while working? It’s crazy. Someone has to babysit.
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Bunnicula, authored by James and Deborah Howe, is the only book written for children that I read over and over again. Bunnicula is the only book that with talking animals as the characters that I like. Bunnicula is the only book where I laugh every time I read it. Bunnicula is the only book I’ve ever read that had the subject of vampires in it.
In my opinion, it’s a pretty awesome book, but don’t let the vampire references scare you. Continue reading
My characters up and ran,
not according to the plan.
“Wait!” I say,
“What is wrong with you today?!”They said, “We are sick of writing,”
“Because of you so many are dying!”
“But,” I plead,
“They died for just and noble deeds!”
In any of the major English dictionaries, this word is the longest. It’s a medical term, (go figure) so I don’t know how anyone else would know this. Why don’t we turn this into a writing prompt too? If you can put it in a piece of your story, share in the comments section down below! 🙂
Okay. *drum roll* Continue reading
Have you ever have the feeling that you are plagiarizing something? It’s the uncomfortable feeling. Maybe you did it on purpose, as in a school project. Maybe you were writing a convincing character’s speech, which started to sound more like the Gettysburg Address rather than what Continue reading