In October of last year, I wrote a post on this blog talking about my most recent story. I talked about how it was a major change for me, genre-wise, because, you know, it’s a historical sci-fi (in other news, I’ve decided it’s in the year 1954 exactly). But I had no idea how big… Continue reading Writing Update: Graphic Novel?
Last year, I did this tag with Won’t Feel a Thing, and it was pretty cool, so I figured, why not do it again? For those of you who don’t know, Beautiful Books is a tag hosted by Paper Fury and Further Up and Further In. It’s a NaNoWriMo-themed variation on their normal monthly tag, Beautiful People. Instead of asking… Continue reading Beautiful Books: From Stranger Worlds
Hi, y’all! If you are terribly unobservant, you didn’t notice that I’m doing the #BlogBattle again. But since you aren’t, I won’t mention it (shh). Maybe it’s getting monotonous seeing battle after battle on here, with no posts in between… I need to find something else to do, as well, but for now, another blogbattle… Continue reading #BlogBattle 70 — Derelict
Good morning (or whenever), folks! I’m participating in Rachael Richley’s #BlogBattle again, and since I got the idea for another installment of the same fantasy story I did last time, I’ve continued it. You can find the first part by clicking the “#BlogBattle” category at the top of this post. It’s less edited than last time, because… Continue reading #BlogBattle 69 — “Hazel”
Shalom, haverim! Today I’m participating in the weekly #BlogBattle writing challenge, where the host, Rachael Ritchley, gives a randomly chosen one-word prompt, every week. I’ve been following along for a while now, but this is the first time I’ve actually participated, with the word, “Menagerie.” I combined this with another prompt I received somewhere else, “Broken.”… Continue reading #BlogBattle 68 — “Menagerie”
Shalom, mellons! Today I’m participating in Rachelle O’Neil‘s 4th Flash Fiction Challenge. Anna Jolene gave me this prompt: “A child or young teen is being chased through a building by government officials. Write how the chase ends.” This is what I came up with. I edited out about 300 words from it, and it ended up… Continue reading Flash Fiction Challenge: The Kid
So, y’all all know I don’t post very much, but I’m here to tell you that will change. I’m going to stop posting… Period. Until December, there will be no posts, because of NaNoWriMo. So… Just thought I’d let you know. Tally ho, mellons!