She paced back and forth, the chain attached to her ankle clinking. She flexed her wings, wanting to fly away. She glared at the door from behind which, she heard the footsteps of her “aunt”. Her Aunt Darie had taken care of her for as long as she could remember, but it had been two…… Continue reading Fly Away – Flash Fiction
Hello all! First off, my break is over, and I’m back to the regular schedule. So now it is time to recount my adventures of the summer. Camp nano in April was a bust, as I focused more on napomo (National Poetry Month). But July’s nano worked out quite well. Summary: I WON! But what…… Continue reading Camp Nanowrimo – Winner!
Hockey players wear numbers because you can’t always identify the body with dental records. -Anonymus To love what you do and feel that it matters – how could anything be more fun? -Katherine Graham The touch of love is lit in the kitchen. -French Proverb Knowledge is a treasure but practice is…… Continue reading Commonplace Book – 11
There sits a statue in Woodbury public gardens. This statue was carved for an old estate, but the sculpture was never paid, so he decided to sell it to his home town. It sits in a small marble gazebo in the midst of the town’s prized roses.…… Continue reading Giant and Strawberry – Flash Fiction
NOTICE: My stories are going to go under renovation in the near future. And I’m trying to do a quality check. So if you, my readers find any posts with missing images, fragment sentences, or spelling errors, send me a link to the post and told me what was wrong, all from the contact page,…… Continue reading John Easy Sugar Sugar
I think that writers should have pets. I have 2. I love my cats. I love them so much. But if you have allergies…I’m sorry for you. Pets are awesome. Different pets are good for different types of things when you write. Dog Dogs are super energetic, have tons or personality and they love to…… Continue reading Why Pets are Great for Writers
Art is when your imagination becomes reality. -@_write_or_die (Instagram) The purpose of art is to turn blood into ink. -T.S. Eliot “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” -Maya Angelou “No tears in the writer,…… Continue reading Commonplace Book 10