There is a debate going on questioning if fanfiction is real writing. I am here to end the debate and tell you that, without a doubt, fanfiction IS real writing!
For some people control is about controlling those around them. For others it’s about controlling their emotions. And for some, it’s about controlling their future.
Every prisoner has a tale to tell. Sometimes these tales are the reason someone decides to free them.
A lonely young woman sells her soul to Lucifer for a friend, perhaps two some day. However, she accidentally picks Lucifer as a friend and overtime he becomes particularly fond of her.
Every Thursday a young woman made herself a ham and swiss sandwich and put on a movie to enjoy. Tonight, she accidentally summons a rather unexpected guest who quickly develops into a close friend.
This week I decided to share my writing process for the different forms of writing I do (blog posts, short stories, novels, and fanfiction).
Here is the final installment of Writing Tips! This installment focuses on fight scenes, and things to keep in mind when describing what is happening.
Dealing with constructive criticism can be difficult at times. Here are some helpful tips to help you process what you’re being told!
Fellow writers, we have a lot on our mind so I’ve compiled some tips to help us improve our writing! Here is the first installment of these tips.
He sat on the little brick wall swinging his legs around as he waited. She walked out the front doors and looked around. It wouldn’t be long until their paths crossed.