Month: June 2017

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Chapter 5: Assignments

Prompt(s) Used: “Literally everything about this is illegal.”   When I exited my room that morning, I was greeted by Snow with a tall stack of pancakes. “Good morning, Rain!” he walked over and pulled me to the dining room table. “Ah, morning, Snow.” He placed a large plate in front of me and started piling …

Essays, Portfolio

Imagining History through Fiction – The Interpretation of Murder

SPOILER WARNING: I don’t feel like the following contains any major spoilers, but proceed at your own risk anyway. Source: The Atlantic There were a few major things that happened in 1909 New York. 1909 was the year when there was the 300th year anniversary of the discovery of the Hudson River, the completion of flight …

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Chapter 4: Anticipation

Prompt(s) Used: “It’s okay, you don’t have to love me.”   “Nayeli, what are you doing up there?” The voice came from below, but it sounded like its owner was so far away. I couldn’t say that I recognised the voice. I tightened my grasp on a seemingly sturdy branch and looked down to see …

Blog

Writing Pet Peeves of Mine that I’m Also Guilty of (Part 1)

Every writer has their own personal set of pet peeves. I’m no different in that regard. However, I also am guilty of a few of them. I’m trying to prevent myself from including them in my writing but they always seem to find their way in. My not liking them doesn’t make them inherently wrong. …