I found a notebook while cleaning my room recently. (You find all sorts of things when you clean your room, don’t you?) I was curious, and flipped the notebook open. I started reading. Then I remembered I wrote a story on a long car trip in that notebook when I was in fourth grade or somewhere around that age. I got about a quarter a way through writing the story until I quit because it was basically a Magic Tree House book.
I still regard it as my first major foray into writing, however. (I don’t count the numerous fifteen sentence stories I wrote as a kindergartner.)
So, to see how far I’ve come, I decided to rewrite a portion of the story. Continue reading
Hullo peeps, what’s up?
You might have seen the last CWWC short story, The Clock Master, and this one was based off a different prompt for the same thing.
(A Warning: This is darker/deeper than most of my other stuff, so just be warned.) Continue reading
This is a story that I wrote as part of CWWC. You may have noticed the banner on the sidebar, and this is for that. The good stories will be posted on the blog, but if you’re brave, you can read the others, which will be posted on the CWWC tab on the menu.
I’ve never liked time travel stories. (I don’t know why, I just don’t like them.) This is as far as I’ll go when writing time travel. So… enjoy. Continue reading
Hiya. Today we venture into the dark, deadly, slightly morbid, and screaming eel infested waters. Who’s with me?
I know, it’s a terrible way to start a post. But I wasn’t lying about the dark and deadly stuff. Scroll on, but be warned that this isn’t about being stuck babysitting a hacker. Continue reading
“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.
So of course you’ll click the button, right? —->>> Continue reading
Ah, back again with the writing prompts. Happy day! Continue reading
Well, well, well. Another short story. Actually, it’s more of a flash-fiction piece, but the shortness worked well for this story. So, enjoy, and tell me what you thought in the comments below! 😀 (Edit: So I didn’t realize how similar this was to the video short, also titled Off Track (whoops.) Go watch the cool movie, then read. 🙂 I definitely don’t mean to plagiarize!!!!) Continue reading