Alright, so my imagination is doing its job…and also not doing its job.Continue reading “Potential New Thing + Writing Update”
The next day, they left later than they had planned. Aunt Jemima insisted on them taking hers and Uncle George’s carriage, something that William tried to resist, but Aunt Jemima was Aunt Jemima and she always won in the end.Continue reading “The Spy From Sleepy Hollow // Chapter 3”
“Tisn’t an imposition at all! You’re family!”Continue reading “The Spy From Sleepy Hollow // Chapter 2”
October 18, 1779…Three years later
“And with that, the last egg was snatched!” Sarah Northam smiled in glee as her hand curled around the object. She ignored the hen starting to peck at her hand as she stood and brushed herself off.Continue reading “The Spy From Sleepy Hollow // Chapter 1”
Slight change of plans; the character post will be doubled-up with the flash fic on Friday.
For now, enjoy the first two chapters of The Spy From Sleepy Hollow, a retelling/mashup of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Beauty & The Beast set during the American Revolution.
(This story is also being posted on Wattpad)Continue reading “The Spy From Sleepy Hollow // Prologue”
I’ve decided The Woodsman may not end up being a serial story.Continue reading “Yet Another Serial Story Update”
Another combo post, this time about another potential serial story. (I have so many ideas for serial stories…)Continue reading “Character Intros + Preview: The Woodsman”
Hello, everyone! Due to a dentist appointment, trying to finish Camp NaNo, and seeing Endgame on Tuesday, there was no character post.
So I decided to double-post today, until I figured, “Hey, both posts are connected to each other, so why not do 2 in 1?”Continue reading “Character Intros + Serial Story Preview”
So…regarding the serial story thing…when I start them up again, I don’t think I’ll continue with The Family Trap.
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When they arrived at the schoolhouse on their first day of school, Amy and Josiah were almost immediately swamped by the other children asking them what they thought of their new homes and the people who’d taken them in.