you got a sunburn on the first day of grade school. strawberry juice ran down our stick fingers, our ruby eyes blindfolded. we were endless then. you traveled to scarlet, rocky mountains the summer before middle school. velvet sails of ships went with you, leaving only rugged waves and the stems of roses behind. you … Continue reading reddening: Original Content
sometimes i grope for words and laugh at myself afterwards. (because i’m supposed to be a writer, aren’t i?) other times, i sit on the chipping green bench and pretend to stare at the birds while i tap tap tap inside my head and live a different life. i let words and colors drench me … Continue reading a chipping green bench: Original Content
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com 1. Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King This novel is a detective-thriller, and also a trilogy. It follows former police detective Bill Hodges as he tries to piece clues together to find Mr. Mercedes, a man who drove a car into a crowd waiting for a job fair. Some readers may … Continue reading 5 Mystery/Thriller Book Recommendations
you watched me cry, seeds running in narrow rivulets down my cheeks. we are swollen like bright pearls scraping along the edge of a shell; we are beautiful. my little wooden heart molds with wet, and when you take a step— it creaks. my tiny … Continue reading the girl who plays ukulele: Original Content
Happy Holidays! Here are 10 writing prompts for the holiday season.
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With Thanksgiving just around the corner, here are a few writing prompts to get in the mood!
It's November, which also means that it's the start of National Novel Writing Month! Here are a few facts about NaNoWriMo, and a few tips on how to successfully write your 50,000 word novel in a month!
1. Write a scene about riding in a bus to school during autumn. 2. Your character goes into a corn maze with their friend during a fair, but get lost while inside.