Monthly Archives: March 2019

A smile and a dream. The few become seen.

Who will come at fail? The right to is at its final nail. So turn and return in peace..

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Paragraph Structure & The 5 Different Styles In Fiction Writing

Paragraph writing in fiction doesn’t follow traditional rules. Like storytelling itself, it is artistically liberated, and that liberation gives it the potential to contribute to the story’s aesthetic appeal. Continue reading

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Novel Plot Problems & How To Overcome Them.

Whether you’re an outliner or an organic writer, the solution to almost every plot problem can be found by answering three simple questions. Continue reading

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Vexed

If I were to collapse inward. Would you come forward? Fighting for insights…

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Lyretry

  Once Captured She is but one The moon—The sun Twirling around Never touching ground A crisis averted Her being asserted To no one with touch Not given to such   Holding on tight And try as she might The … Continue reading

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The Little Things

The transformation took hold. Diving into the cold. A look from you was all it took…

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Not Alone

The weight upon shoulders. She takes what is hers. He knows not to what she refers…

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