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Beta Readers - Round 3

Please keep in mind that the below blog piece is only based on my experience, and is not meant to be professional advice.

(Sorry for the day-late update…misplaced my blog draft on the wrong computer and I didn’t feel like re-writing it last night!) 780 more words

Writing Tips

A Last Heaven on Earth

Eons ago, there was no Java nor Bali, for they were one. The inhabitants of the island worshiped the deities of old reverently. Among the gods were Dewi Danu, the patroness of Bali, and Raung, the personification of the volcano. 796 more words

Short Story

Story

Working Tittle:

Bridge?

Log-line:

An isolated girl uses everything she found in the barren island to build a bridge, crossing the river to the wonderland. 68 more words

Story

The Best Pet of All

The Best Pet of All

Written by David LaRochelle                      Illustrated by Hanako Wakiyama

Published by Dutton Children’s Books in 2004

I like The Best Pet of All. 386 more words

Writing Craft

YA Review: MY LADY JANE by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows

All you have to do is read the dedication to know this book is going to be awesome:

For everyone who knows there was enough room for Leonardo DiCaprio on that door.

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Reading

YA Review: P.S. I LIKE YOU by Kasie West

I don’t know where the month of August went reading-wise. I guess I spent it reading that romance novel series I mentioned in my post about… 621 more words

Reading

Developing a Story Concept

I want to take a moment and discuss my approach for writing Maega.

The original premise was a “Coming of Age – Young Adult” story.  Boring and overdone, but it was a starting point.   504 more words

Writing