This November was my first ever attempt at NaNoWriMo (even if I didn't "officially" sign up). This venture wasn't easy, but it did show me useful ways to tweak daily writing habits—good habits that will help me draft a story faster. Here I'll share with you those three tips I found most vital. Before this, I thought: "Me? Right a story in … Continue reading Three Things I Learned This Year’s NaNoWriMo
"The Gift of a Book" Sitting here as the world goes by As you go by Nobody notices No one sees me Just a book in my hands. But I notice I see you I see the world for what it is and what it could be Because of this book in my hands. … Continue reading The Gift Of A Book
Busy with my current WIP V.Chronicles, I wasn't able to write up a chapter for this week, sadly. But to keep in the Madnes Solver theme as my friend Candice suggested, I give you this rhyme based on the character Madnes and his story! I hope you enjoy. The new chapter will post next week. … Continue reading Madnes Destiny
Once we left the borders of New England there was no such thing as decaf iced coffee. Every place we stopped at along the main highway said they couldn’t make it. My mother’s famous words to them: “Do you have decaf coffee?” “Yes.” “Do you have ice?” “Yes.” “Then we’ll make it ourselves.”
How long have they known each other, and how close are they? Madnes and Oz have known each other since they were children. They are cousins, and they used to be very close, two peas in a pod, though they differ in personality. Sadly, things didn’t stay that way. A change overcame Oz, an icy cold, and he began hating the world and everything he once loved. Madnes didn’t understand why or where this change was coming from, but it put an end to their friendship. And soon Oz moved away with his parents, and Madnes couldn’t bring himself to say goodbye or try and mend the broken bond between them.