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Writing Prompt - The Breach #2

Hello! So it looks like this blog is turning into my scrap board. I’ve been getting some ideas lately for Reckoning‘s sequel, and this is a tiny bit of a character study that hints at the background of one of the characters to appear in The Breach #2 (still untitled, and will remain so for quite some time, unfortunately). 1,002 more words

Writing

[5RTO] OMG YOU BROKE YOUR FREAKIN' LEG!

I was a cautions child. When presented with the option of running head first into an unknown (most likely super fun) situation I preferred to think things through. 1,982 more words

Life

SHE CHOSE, HE CHANGED

Have you read THE DARKENING, Book Two of the Shrilugh Saga yet? If not, click here.

Have your friends read THE DARKENING, Book Two of the Shrilugh Saga yet? 51 more words

Myndi Shafer

Meet My Character: Lexia

Hello! And welcome to my leg of the Meet My Character Blog Tour - in which we’ll be taking a look at Lexia, the protagonist of my debut novel  1,479 more words

Writing

The Reckoning

your words mean nothing
you have left me cold
and shuttering
you say so much
so fast
it’s not enough
your words
don’t last
and I’m tired… 218 more words

Writing Prompt - The Breach #2 Sample

Hello! I’m proud of myself for posting on here semi-regularly. It seems like I’m going to be keeping it up, so woo!

Anyhoo, I was looking for writing prompts to get the creative juices flowing, and found this one: 1,101 more words

Writing

Day of Reckoning or Time of Reconciliation?

“I reckon so” is a response used in the mountains indicating whatever asked makes sense based on what is known. Reckon means to calculate or figure, so it’s a fairly literal use of the term. 895 more words

God