Powerful Language

I haven't done many posts on the art of writing itself recently, so I decided to post about something I genuinely love about writing: Portraying emotions through fantasy characters, and in doing so connect to the reader so they can live the emotions through said characters. It's magical, isn't it? Being able to put words…

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So… I Have To Write And Publish A Book In Two Months

I've been busy. I mean BUSY. In order to graduate early this year as I'd planned to, I need to get two extra credits over the summer: History, and English. So I'm taking two courses online for history, an actual world history course, and a geography course. For writing, my Mom told the people who…

Meet Tibby

So my Mom, Lucas, Amelia and I were out yesterday grocery shopping, and I told my Mom that I wanted to get a betta fish. I've been asking to get a small pet for years, but I've only ever been allowed fish. When I was eight I had a rabbit (Princess Selenia), and since I…

Writing Tips Livestream!

Hey everyone, I'm super excited (if you couldn't tell by the exclamation points) to announce that my cousin and I (HG Warrender, author of The King's Decree and a number of short stories) will be hosting a livestream intended for writers. We will be answering questions, and covering a few writing topics that we've chosen.…

Rate Precipice On Goodreads

Some of you know that I recently published and Amazon 'short read' (a story that takes only about half an hour to finish). I just got accepted as a Goodreads author, so click here to follow me! If you have read Precipice, I would really appreciate a review. If you haven't, you can get it…

Looking Rejection In The Face

Let's face it, writing is a hobby that makes us naturally susceptible to rejection. Sure, there are the writers like Jack Gilbert, who published world-renowned poetry and then disappeared for years at a time before coming out with his next piece of writing. Or writers like Walt Whitman, who stood against the boundaries set by…