Instead of a Prompt Writings post this week, I’m going to share a little snapshot that popped into my head the other day after watching the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie. Continue reading “Dythoids: Talkative Characters”
If you follow me on twitter, you might have seen a recent tweet I sent out about the damaging role of overpowering romantic relationships in Dystopian, apocalyptic, and post-apocalyptic literature.
Happy New Year, friends! I hope you all are able to find plenty of success in 2017. Here’s hoping, too, that the year doesn’t hang as heavy over the world as last year did. Continue reading “Prompt Writings: What to do?”
Take a deep breath.
So this is it, the last post of 2016. Continue reading “The Write Life for Me: Reflecting on the Year (2016)”
I know that I said Prompt Writings would be every other week, but I want to switch things around a little for the last two posts of the year. Continue reading “Prompt Writings: Understanding”
Poetry. That is the inspiration for prompt #5. While I have written some poetry, it is usually prose that drags me along by the wrist until I agree to play. Continue reading “Prompt Writings: My Lost Epiphany”
I think I’ve touched on this before in my posts about inspiration, but I wanted to go more in-depth about the importance of finding a writing community for yourself. Continue reading “The Write Life for Me: A Writing Community”
With the month of November, and therefore NaNoWriMo, coming to an end, my mind has been in a constant state of writing Continue reading “Prompt Writings: When the Shoe Doesn’t Fit”
In the real word, recent attempts to transform a symbol of hope and solidarity into one to be questioned and feared has got me thinking about symbols in writing. Continue reading “Sitting Down and Writing: Evolving Symbols”
The prompt for this week, #3, involves picking 10 random words out of a dictionary without looking at the definitions. Continue reading “Prompt Writings: Words, Words, Words”