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The Dance


This is a little tidbit that I wrote while bored in my English Literature class, and I thought that I would share. It doesn’t have anything to do with any scene starters or anything like that. The words, the music, … Continue reading

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The Life of the Party


Here’s a scene I wrote from my first draft written in November as a part of my 50k for NaNoWriMo. My story, Falling Camelot, is still in the works, and I thought I would share this scene with all of you … Continue reading

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The Witch of Davis Manor


The following is the rough of my short story, The Witch of Dixon Manor. I keep switching between Davis and Dixon, and I don’t know which one is in the story. So just keep in mind that they’re one in … Continue reading

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Preparation


So it’s about that time again! The time where we all stare at the NaNoWriMo website, stare at our stats pages just waiting to start the 50k count down. Or maybe that’s just something I do. I’ve already worked out … Continue reading

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Writing Challenge: Running From the Law


Here’s a staple that every adventure writer needs in their bag of tools; a scene where a character is being pursued – by the cops, or the mob, or aliens, or someone – and has to avoid detection and sneak … Continue reading

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Something New to Do


I have to recommend that if you’re itching to do something new, try canoeing. I just did it for the first time today, and it was amazing. If you keep a calm pace, you can really admire a lot of … Continue reading

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*Insert Name Here*


“Hey, it’s me. Again. Who am I? I’m your main character. You know, the one you haven’t given a name? Yeah, that’s me. Oh, yeah, and the antagonist is pretty pissed, too; and I think the minors are all creating … Continue reading

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The Writing Café


I have very recently come into the fascinating world that is Tumblr and all of the magical bits it has to offer.  A good friend of mine (who is much more savvy in the Tumblrverse) sent me a link to … Continue reading

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Writing Challenge: Wait, Where Are We…?


I am an enormous fan of forcing fictional characters into the most awkward and confusing situations as possible.  If one of them dislikes large groups of people, he shall be forced to attend every ball I can fit in.  If … Continue reading

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Puzzles, Words, and Things


You know what I’ve realized lately? Is that despite the fact that our fictional stories are well, fictional, they still need to make logical sense. Everything in the story needs a reason that makes sense. It may not make sense … Continue reading

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