Happy THURSDAY everyone! I know I'm not supposed to post on Thursdays, but today I'm taking part in the blog tour for my fabulous friend Angela's newest book release. Golgotha is a YA dark fantasy adventure that I'm pleased to be reviewing for you all today. But first, you probably want to know what it's … Continue reading Book Review: Golgotha by Angela R. Watts
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How's THAT for a title?? Today I thought I'd give y'all a presumptuous post. I'm going to assume that you don't know you know these three [pretty important] elements in worldbuilding, and if you do, well, nothing I can do about it! Just enjoy this random post that I came up with after sitting at … Continue reading 3 Things about Worldbuilding You Don’t Know You Know
I don't write poetry often, but if I wanna be honest, I pride myself on what few pieces I have written. I'm by no means skilled, but perhaps I'll work on developing that ability in the future. In the... very far-off future. Anyway, I'm sorry you get another late post, but I had no blog … Continue reading An Analysis of a Poem… Written by Yours Truly
Happy Friday, folksies! Today (yes, I'm sorry I failed to post on Tuesday--in my defense I was a bit busy studying for two tests) I'm talking about one of the most common character personalities you see floating around the world of stories: the Cold, Stoic Types with the Rare Smiles and Piercing Gazes. You can … Continue reading Don’t Sweat It!: How to Write Cold Characters
What's up, folksies! Yesterday was International Women's Day, as you all may very well know; and on Sunday my family and I went to see Disney's latest animated princess film--one I've been anticipating ever since I saw the EPIC trailer last month. Now since Raya and the Last Dragon features two kick-butt princesses as main … Continue reading Movie Review: Raya and the Last Dragon