Now that I’ve made time to write and post more short stories, I’d like to open up an opportunity to all of my readers! Though I have some story prompts and ideas lined up, I want to ask you what you’d like me to write! Do you have a prompt you want me to write … Continue reading Prompts Are Open!
Emma was only off the main trail for two minutes before she was lost. For a few minutes more, she didn't really care. She sang along to Imagine Dragons under her breath, considering the lyrics. She wasn't sure why she liked love songs so much when she'd never been in love. Once the song ended, … Continue reading The Spirit of the Forest
Prompt: Write about two characters who each want to change the same thing, but resolve to go about it in very different ways. People kept to themselves in the Living Forest. There were legends that long ago, the trees used to pass messages freely from town to town without anyone having to get on horseback, … Continue reading The Sound of the Mournful Flute
Happy New Year once again! It’s good to be out of 2020, huh? With all the insanity, maybe you haven’t had time to make any plans or resolutions yet, but it’s not too late! I’ve been taking some time myself this week to further sketch out the goals I want to accomplish this year. One … Continue reading Sleep: A Writer’s Best Friend
Prompt: Write a story that takes place across ten seconds. “Where are you taking me?” Esmerelda glared at the smiling man standing above her with his hands deep in the pockets of his gilded red coat. The sight of such outdated Earth fashion in space would have been humorous under normal circumstances, but the cold … Continue reading The Lightspeed of Thought
Where have I been, you may ask? Writing a book, I will answer. On December 1st, I finally began writing an idea for a book I’ve had for 4-5 years now. I’ve been calling it Project Pea—both because I want to keep the title a secret, and most likely my original title is going to … Continue reading Project Pea Update
Penned using my brand new Rocketbook, which I’ll be talking about in a post later this week!
I've always loved fairytales; that's what happens when you grow up watching (and rewatching, and rewatching, and rewatching...) Disney classics. I've been writing stories ever since I learned how to spell, so it was only a matter of time before I began adapting fairytales. Interestingly enough, my first adaptation was of Snow White. I'd never … Continue reading Adapting Fairytales
The mask was the only thing keeping Erix alive. Not only did it hide his face from prying eyes, but it kept him oxygenated in an environment that was rife with carbon dioxide. The atmosphere might have been ideal for an Ov’ok, but to a human like him, it was deadly. Erix stood on the … Continue reading Writeober Day 31: Mask
Sara and James stopped as they came to a wide bridge that passed over the Jumatan River. It wasn’t a spoken decision, but they both knew what was waiting for them under the bridge. James took his sister’s hand. “We might as well get it over with,” he said, trying to be the brave one. … Continue reading Writeober Day 30: Tedious