Hello, folksies! Today I have got a treat for you! Some time ago my friends and I were puzzling over a few of the strange new trends populating the YA fantasy genre. At the same time, Varice Maverich and I were puzzling over what subject his next Making Readers Cry post should be about. (The … Continue reading Varice Maverich and the Contest of Story and Drama
Hello folksies! So I know that life has gone topsy-turvy in recent weeks for many of you, and the you-know-what outbreak has really taken a toll on the world. All of it is sobering to think about, that such a seemingly small thing could've grown to countless countries all over the world. It's something that's … Continue reading The Quarantined Characters Blog Tag!
I figured this trigger warning would be more intriguing than the actual chapter title (which is in fact Chapter One: Who This May Be, We Do Not Know). And now that I've properly warned you... Good day, folksies! Here is chapter one of the Four Winds Saga. I'm so excited to share this with you … Continue reading WARNING: Do not read this if homicidal music bothers you.
Hello folksies, welcome to Merie's latest shenanigan, which you may or may not want to participate in because you have no idea whether or not I'll carry through with it. (But that is a risk you'll have to be willing to take.) This time, I'm enlisting your help in writing what might end up being … Continue reading Let’s Write a Short Story Together!
At last, the time has come. I have no clue how long M has been planning this, but it seems as if she always meant for me to teach a lesson on the art of fairytale retelling. And as I suppose it suits the occasion, I can hardly argue. I was given the opportunity to … Continue reading Making Readers Cry: How to Write a Fairytale Retelling