A dystopian short story about standing strong and having hope.
Hello, friends, and Happy Fall! I’m so ready for the cooler days, the colorful leaves, and the feeling that the year is waning, but I am enduring. For me, September passed in a blur of math homework and book reading. I finally read Mistborn and Fable and enjoyed both of them. I am also lookingContinue reading “A Week in the Life (+Project Update!)”
Hey everyone! I’m back! It’s June, and that’s the month when most people are going to summer camp or Disney World. Meanwhile, I’m editing my book again. This time it’s a profitable edit, I promise. My editor has recommended some structural changes which I am now implementing. It’s so much fun to work on myContinue reading “Writing Tips I Wish I Knew Before Self-Publishing”
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Wow, I can’t believe April is almost over. That went fast. Altogether, April has been a month full of sunshine, birdsong, imagination, creativity, watercolors, library trips, and books. I also watched The Chosen for the first time with my family and was pleasantly surprised. Here’s a collage of pictures from this month: I have managedContinue reading “April Project Update!”
Hello, friends! This week, I’d love to share some details of my book with you! I have been writing stories for a long time. Some of my first book ideas were contemporary fiction with mystery aspects, likely inspired by Nancy Drew. Another story, however, had its beginnings in the How To Train Your Dragon movieContinue reading “The Theme of My Book & What It Means to Me”
Hey all! I hope you had a good Resurrection Day! Is it just me, or does life feel like it goes by a lot faster nowadays? I thought I would give a bit of a project update and set some goals for myself this April. Back in September, I estimated it would take six monthsContinue reading “The Problem of Perfectionism + Project Update!”
Remember those books written in second person POV that gave you a scenario and let you choose how to react, essentially making you the main character of the story? This is similar but also different—just a list of prompts—but I like the idea of getting to be the protagonist of the fairy tale for a change. What could go wrong? (Last time I said that, I nearly got eaten by a dragon, but we don’t talk about that.)
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Light is everywhere. A candle. The flicker of street lamps on the rain-slick pavement. A neon sign. The television screen or the flashlight on our phones. You love the light, don’t you? I know I do.