Writing Prompt: Go to a cafe and closely watch two people interact. Then write a scene about two people in a cafe. Ok, so...I didn't go to a cafe. And I didn't closely watch two people interact, but I had read this writing prompt a few days ago, then woke up in the middle of … Continue reading Writing Prompt Wednesday
I love this book. Sometimes, I can't think of anything to write, have a small block for where I want my story to go. Writing down something different-completely disconnected-from the ongoing chapters here on my blog, helps to recenter my focus. I may not even need to write it down...just see the prompt and think … Continue reading 642 Things to Write About
Hi. Yes, I know. It's been a while. So, can I just say...adulting is hard and sometimes parenting sucks? Like stuffing your heart down a long neck bottle and then trying to coerce it back out again. There are certain things that happen in your life that you have zero control over and you are … Continue reading I’m Still Alive.
“Begrenzen, thank you for seeing me.” His eyes were wide as he took in the sight of her. “My door is always open to you, Lady Kaelah.” Her dress was freshly washed and pressed. Though modest in cut, the kelly green set off her auburn hair and made her green eyes sparkle with intensity. Having … Continue reading Chapter Twenty Five
“NO!” Belda ran to Pitney’s side. Her scream sent the surrounding wild life skattering. Birds, small creatures cowering in trees and holes in the ground took flight from all around them. While the rest of the living creatures fled far from them, vex came in all their numbers, wings expanded, teeth bared. With her defenses … Continue reading Chapter Twenty Four
Vex surrounded them at every side. Grand Vex, reds and black. Smaller ones, commons, in green, black, brown and a smattering of red. All with wings spread along the border of Belda’s tunnel, teeth bared, some hissing. All creating a barrier were either of them to think of making a break for it. “Are you … Continue reading Chapter Twenty Three
“Will he survive?” Prince Dennis asked the question without moving his eyes from the yellowed face of his father, the king. Feet scuffled as weight was shifted from one to the other, but no one responded. Pammy, Elder Conradin and Begrenzen, Lady Kaelah, and two Citadel guards flanking the door stayed silent. Lady Kaelah braved … Continue reading Chapter Twenty Two