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Spoopy Halloween Story

Yes, I know the title says “Spoopy” and not “Spooky.” Something that deals with Halloween or horror but makes it silly or funny is “spoopy.” So in honor of Halloween, I wrote a spoopy story. 461 more words

Morgan Sorrell


There’s a park in my hometown that I frequented a lot as a child. It’s old but well-maintained. Most of the play sets are constructed out of heavy wood and steel, and the metal bridge spanning the ditch from the parking lot to the play area has a little heart scratched inside the green paint. 375 more words


ARISTOPHANES BROWN – An Incident at the Theatre

Arisophanes was taking in a new production of an off West End play called “The Penitent Woman” which despite the title, was a light comedy. The curiously named Welshman’s Theatre off the Strand was not large, with space for barely a hundred, but it did have a reputation for putting on adventurous new work. 477 more words


where the story actually is.

This past weekend I left for Charlotte to spend a few days with my dear friend Alicia. We had only a few items on the agenda— mainly to see… 504 more words

Anya Monroe

Writing Wednesday Workshop: Emotional Stakes

This week’s workshop is dealing with emotional stakes. In every story, there are emotional stakes. Emotional stakes is what drives a novel. What are emotional stakes? 434 more words


PRINCESS OF THE LIGHT Guest Post: Beyond Romance

I am so excited because today I am a guest blogger over at Beyond Romance blog. I spill the beans on breaking Writing Rule #1. Hop on over and check it out: 37 more words


What's Up, Wednesday? //5\\

Welcome back to WHAT’S UP WEDNESDAY, which is hosted by Jaime Morrow and Erin Funk. To learn more about it, you should really visit their respective pages. 663 more words