For character descriptions, click here. Teddy isn’t listed though, so I have his description in the fic)
Chicago, Illinois, 2001 — Connor had always had sharp hearing. It was one of the things he’d learned to have and to use well during his tenure in foster care.
Continue reading “Father and Son”
It looks like it’s time for another Character Questionnaire! And in keeping with my Camp NaNo project, I’ll be using the protagonists, Connor & Kelly.
Continue reading “Character Questionnaire 6”
(For character descriptions, click here) (But I still have some description in here)
Federal Way, Washington, 1990s — Heather Robinson hummed to herself while she flipped the pancakes on the griddle. A pair of arms snaked around her waist a few seconds later and she tilted her head up, sea-green eyes meeting her husband’s amber ones.
Continue reading “Family Fluff”
Yo, time for another character questionnaire! And this time, I’ll be starting a blog tag with it!
Continue reading “Character Questionnaire 5 + Blog Tag!”
(Props to a younger sibling for the title)
Tacoma, Washington, 2006 — Three heads with messy brown hair, black curls, and red 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 Legend of The Dragon”
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”
Last week, I got wind of a short story contest Kellyn Roth is hosting to celebrate reaching 1k followers and decided to participate! If you’d like to do it too, the deadline/rules are here.
Continue reading “1K Story Challenge: Reunion At Gettysburg”
Cheyenne, Wyoming, 2021 — Eight-year-old Natalie Robinson cautiously approached the other side of the room, even though her older sister wasn’t there.
Continue reading “Little Duckling”