I’ve already talked about how I started writing in this post. Today, I’m going to share with you those stories that started it all.Continue reading “Childhood Writings”
Tacoma, Washington, 2006 — Three heads full of brown waves, black curls, and red sort-of waves poked up from behind the arm of a dark purple couch. Jade green, hickory brown, and amber eyes all trained on one thing:Continue reading “The Dragon”
So, I have a few random thoughts regarding the blog and serial stories on my mind right now…
Random thought #1: I’m thinking of writing the serial stories on Wattpad instead. Not sure why.
Random thought #2: Book reviews. I’m not just a writer, I’m a bookworm too. That’s where the ‘worm’ part of the blog name came from. So…if I do start reviews…they’d start around maybe the spring or summer.
I’ve also thought of changing the design for the blog, but we’ll see.
Anyway, just a few random thoughts.
So…regarding the serial story thing…when I start them up again, I don’t think I’ll continue with The Family Trap.
Alright, so I didn’t realize I’d forgotten about today’s post until just now, so…here it is. Also, I think that instead of just having quotes from Preserving The Past, I’ll use other favorite lines I’ve written from a few other stories I’ve started on…stories that are collecting dust on the hold shelf or ended up in the scrap bin, unfortunately…Continue reading “Favorite Lines & Quotes”
England, 1685 — Thirteen-year-old James Huntley plopped his tricorne hat crookedly on his head, flattening his messy light brown hair. He let his coat hang over his arm as he hopped around his room on one foot in the process of tugging on his remaining boot. His gangly arms slid through his coat sleeves as he tiptoed down the stairs and past Doctor Jones to the door.Continue reading “Beyond The Horizon”
The ultimate nightmare of reading/writing. Characters in the same story who have the same name. But what if that happens in your story without your even realizing it?Continue reading “Multiple Characters With The Same Name”