Happy Saturday, everyone! This week, I decided to share something a little different than poetry. This is a flash fiction piece, just a quick little read that stemmed from a fun writing prompt I participated in back at PLU. The prompt was this: Write a story beginning with the opening line: "He/she thumped the book… Continue reading Her Favorite Doorway
NaNoWriMo 2019 was a month full of highs and lows for me. I set the 50k goal for myself, and though I didn't quite make it, I ended up with the beginnings of a story that I'm falling in love with. Whether or not you finished NaNoWriMo, coming out of November after 30 days of… Continue reading So, You Finished NaNo…Now What?
Happy Saturday! I've got another poem for you. One of these days, I'd like to write something light-hearted and funny, but today I'll settle for something a little different. *** Music Box She stands on tiptoes on the highest pedestal, turns delicately, one slender arm reaching, gleaming, for the void, the other stuck in… Continue reading Music Box
Hi, all! I've put together a list of a few writer's resources here on the ole blog, from the CMOS (Chicago Manual of Style) to helpful and informative reads like Jeff VanderMeer's Wonderbook to wonderful YouTube channels to follow (I especially recommend Jenna Moreci and Overly Sarcastic Productions). Now, I'd like to take a closer… Continue reading Helpful Writing Videos on YouTube
What's this?! A poem? On a Tuesday??? Why, yes. Yes, it is. I wrote this poem on a whim, and while it may not be the most eloquent, I thought I'd share because it's one of my favorites. I hope you enjoy! *** Chord of Faces If deja vu had deja vu, a spinning song… Continue reading Chord of Faces