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A nameless woman with ambition

She hooks her bulky statement necklace at the back of her alabaster neck skillfully in few seconds, then runs her hands smoothly and quickly through her light brown medium long hair, shaking away the residues of her failed-sleeping encounters last night and all other nights. 590 more words


Getting closer! (Please comment)

Soon enough, I plan to begin uploading pages. Got a whole lot of inking, coloring, and word bubbling to do. BUT, here’s a preview, created out of one of the rough draft pages I posted earlier!

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Day 56 - Incorporating a character's flashbacks into the story

Day fifty-six of my 365 Day Writing Project.

Words: 1,200

(Total words for the weekend: 1,700)

Today I worked on a chapter in which the main character remembers something from her childhood. 282 more words

365 Day Writing Project

Batman overcomes his venom addiction

The “no powers” description of Batman constantly comes back to bite him in the butt.  The greatest mind in DC comics can only be so effective when fighting overpowered monstrosities.   578 more words



Rules are everywhere. At the park, it’s “No dogs on the track.”

So I get as close as I can without breaking the rule.

Sometimes, Mom flat-out makes up rules in her head like, “Don’t eat the acorns.” 145 more words

Children's Literature

The Unspeakable

I felt I’d met him before but his appearance was not forgettable.  His physical characteristics were striking, yes, but it was his presence in the room that made me take notice.   408 more words

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Writing 101: A Character-Building Experience

Who’s the most interesting person (or people) you’ve met this year?

Our stories are inevitably linked to the people around us. We are social creatures: from the family members and friends who’ve known us since childhood, to the coworkers, service providers, and strangers who populate our world (and, at times, leave an unexpected mark on us). 308 more words

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