Month: April 2017

Blog, Writing Prompt Series

I’m Starting a Writing Prompt Series!

If you’re reading this before 1st May 2017, you would have noticed that there’s a tab on the menu that says “Writing Prompt Series”. If you hover over that tab, you’d see a sub category called “One”. It’s empty at the moment. That’s because on 1st May 2017, I will be launching a new writing …

Fiction

Where Dreams Are Realised – Chapter 3

DISCLAIMER: This is an indefinitely unfinished story. There will only be three chapters posted. Read at your own risk.   Yuka and Lee glanced at each other, eyes widened, breaths held. The sound of their daughter screaming sliced through the concrete walls and the ambient noise of the night. They knew that they were going …

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Writing “Where Dreams are Realised”: Behind-the-Scenes Part 2 (Characters)

The process of coming up with the characters for Where Dreams are Realised was the biggest how-not-to lesson for me. My characters were initially very stereotypical that even I was annoyed with them. Like, I can see where you’re coming from but you are just the most infuriating people I’ve had the displeasure of imagining. Most …

Fiction

Where Dreams Are Realised – Chapter 2

DISCLAIMER: This is an indefinitely unfinished story. There will only be three chapters posted. Read at your own risk.   Jen looked up from her phone. She stood and watched as Yuka’s shadow changed shape with every step she took towards her. Her mouth was agape and spiders were crawling all over her legs. Spiders …

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Writing “Where Dreams are Realised”: Behind-the-Scenes Part 1 (Setting)

Where Dreams are Realised was a story that I came up with around June 2016. I started planning and writing in soon after coming up with the idea, then stopped around October 201 6. The reason why I first stopped writing it was because I was busy preparing for both an entrance exam at the …

Fiction

Where Dreams Are Realised – Chapter 1

DISCLAIMER: This is an indefinitely unfinished story. There will only be three chapters posted. Read at your own risk.   It’s not easy to pretend as if you’re listening to someone when they are speaking in a pompous manner. For some, it’s even a painful experience. Jen, for instance, suffered at the mere thought of …