Hello, people! I’ve come back from my hiatus, and am happy to say that that was probably one of the most refreshing things that I’ve ever done. I’m filled with new post ideas and very excited to write them! The one that I have today is “What Happens in a Writer’s Brain.” Let’s get on to the post! Enni: opens Google Docs … Continue reading What Happens in a Writer’s Brain
Greetings! Today I’m thrilled to announce a new category of posts that I’ll be doing – basically photography but with a poem of mine as well. 😉 The poems won’t be the greatest though I will say that I like quite a few of the pictures. XD Also, Tess , Jo and I are all running for Queen of the World! Why You Should … Continue reading The Middle of Summer//Photos and Poems
Hello, my pegasi! I’m excited to present to you today’s post – a quiz on what kind of fictional character you are! Who knows – we might even get some villains on here. 😉 A previous post that I’ve done like this was extremely popular, so I thought that this idea would be even cooler! So, let’s begin and find if it’s so. 😊
My novel: All the chapters are the same, the characters are alike, and the plot is random and unconstructed. I would totally give this up if it wasn’t for Tess – I mean, it’s hard to quit a book when your friend is one of the main characters. Nope, not happening. Well, I guess that’s what alpha-readers are for!
I was down to 17,000 words when I opened the document last night – as you can tell, very behind. Yesterday was the 20th – in order to complete my goal, I have to write 1000 words each day. *gulps* So, I caught up to 19,000 before I got too tired to write anymore and went to bed. 😛
I’m in camp. No, not the marshmallow-roasting, fireside-singing kind of camp – though that sounds really great right now – but the dreaded Camp NaNoWriMo. *gulp* We’re halfway through April, which means only 16 days to write 16,000 words? GO AWAY. I’M SCARED.
You might be thinking that I’m doing pretty well – the thing is, I’m barely scraping it by. Last night, I changed my goal to 30,000 words vs. 50,000 words – my original goal. Why? Because of MAY. Grr…(yes, the month)
Me: What should I blog today?
Mind: Well, how am I supposed to know?
Me: Well…you’re my mind.
Mind: I resign. I think I’m going to switch minds.
Me: That’s not scientifically, physically, or mentally possible.
Mind: I’m your mind. I create your thoughts. Appreciate me.
I am very happy to introduce my new work-in-progress which should have been written weeks ago…🤫(My computer brought back the touchscreen keyboard which has emojis, and I’m actually overjoyed) Anyways, it is my greatest pleasure to announce the writing of…
Hello! I am sitting in an airport expecting to wait for two hours and then hop on a fifteen-hour flight. Let me repeat that, FIFTEEN HOURS. So, since I brought my laptop and the airport has free wifi, *happy dance* why not blog” So, I’m bringing today a freestyle poem that I am making up as I go along. So, I’m going to rip off the “I’m Possible” quote and say that it will be imperfection. But the word itself says I’m Perfection. So original.
AH, these challenges go by so fast! :O I believe there’s only one more left?? Well anyways, I’m quite excited about today’s entry, and I hope you are too! So, what are we waiting for? Let’s get to it!
It was February the 12th, two days before a very special holiday. Valentine Aphrodite lived in the utopia of Diamond where the holidays dwelt and planned. The girl was popular – especially among teen boys – with dark red hair, gray eyes, and a smooth complexion. At this moment just before noon, she was talking with her best friend Easter.
BLEH. I have gone through three plots, and all of them flopped on me. *glares at them* *realizes that I made them so I should be glaring at myself* *tries to do said glaring at self* *realizes that’s physically impossible* *gives up* Hmm…so that’s what goes on in my brain every day. XD
All of the ideas, I really just love, but all of them as well…UGH. So that is why we are gathered here today for YOU to decide which one I should continue! Because what the personality test says: “If caught between a rock and a hard place, Protagonists can be stricken with paralysis, imagining all the consequences of their actions, especially if those consequences are humanitarian.” My, how dramatic…ally accurate!