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I took an incredible trip to Chicago this past March for my birthday.

My best friend and I stayed at a wonderful eclectic hotel in the middle of Lincoln Park and explored the city for the weekend. 134 more words


This Is Terrible Writing. Not This Post Itself, But This Article I'm Writing About ... You Know What I Mean

Yesterday I was browsing around the web and clicked on one of my bookmarks. It’s an article from Metro, titled “The 11 Essential Documentaries of 2017.” Now, I haven’t seen any of these. 950 more words

Personal Expression

Cocky romance author testing my ability to suspend disbelief

A concept we often talk about when critiquing someone’s fiction is the “willing suspension of disbelief.” The phrase was coined by the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, when he said that if a writer could infuse their tale with a human interest and a semblance of truth, the reader will react to even the most fantastic tale as if it were real. 973 more words


Novice Novelist Struggles To Realise Ambitions

Endeavouring to describe the experience of an urban popular uprising from the perspective of its most cowardly participant, The Yellowest Red succeeds in capturing the emotional turmoil of its terrified protagonist. 309 more words

Creative Writing

A Reminder for All Writers (and Creators)

At the end of the day, there really is no such thing as a good or bad writer. If you write, and you have the drive to do it, you are a writer. 442 more words

On Writing

Bad Writing: Amazon bestsellers edition

The original goal of this post was to write a mini-essay on something that annoys me about contemporary writing. As far as I know, it has no name, and I struggled to find one, so I had to settle for something as cumbersome as “mid-action or mid-description beginnings.” Essentially, the story starts in… 3,508 more words


The Rider (2018)

Greetings Loved Ones! Liu Is The Name, And Views Are My Game.

Brady is a Native American cowboy from South Dakota. He’s got a father with a gambling problem, and a sister with some, unspecified mental disability. 540 more words

Film Review