My mind was elsewhere this month, and though I wanted to read, I only got in one and a half audiobooks and one longer chapter book. But that’s alright! No shame there. When the mind wants shorter books, there’s plenty of gold mines to… Continue Reading “August Book Wrap Up: The Month of Short Reads”
Hello everyone! I finally got my reading butt into gear this month, even though it was a short one. If you’d like a full review for any of the books below that don’t have one already, let me know! I’d love to extend my… Continue Reading “Book Wrap Up (February): Good and Bad Books”
Do you like writing prompts? Write for 30 minutes with me today. This week’s prompt is Sci-Fi, so let’s go into it!
In this prompt, a girl starts to realize her childhood monsters are actually trying to protect her.
Happy Fiction Friday everyone! Can you believe it’s already #6? If any of you has great prompts you think I should write, be sure to leave them in the comments section. I’d love to know what you all are writing out there too! Whether… Continue Reading “Fiction Friday #6: Write the Prompt with Me!”
The Prompt Today’s prompt is from TheFakeRedHead.com. I was really intrigued by this prompt, because it kind of reminded me of Happy Death Day. Let’s see where we go with this one! As always, 30 minutes, free-write. Write with me! It’s so great for… Continue Reading “Fiction Friday #5: Write the Prompt With Me!”
The Prompt Today’s prompt is from Deep Water Prompts. I liked this one just because it was simple and intrigued me. What kind of person would be looking for necromancy books, especially advanced? And where would they be looking? This one got a little… Continue Reading “Fiction Friday #4: Write the Prompt With Me!”
1. Keeps You Writing Consistently You may be at the beginning stages of a novel or in the editing phase. The great thing about writing prompts is they keep you writing, no matter what stage you’re at. All writers must practice their craft in… Continue Reading “Writing Tips: Why You Should Use Writing Prompts To Improve Your Writing”