This is a chilling story of a man proving his sanity. An unreliable narrator insist to tell us he’s not mad and proceeded with his story on why he murdered an old man because of his “evil eye”. 295 more words
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We Were Liars
Growing up, Cadence Sinclair Easton spent summers on her grandfather’s private island in Cape Cod where each person in the Sinclair family – the grandfather and his three daughters – has his or her own home. 473 more words
Let me start this off by saying a critical statement:
There is nothing wrong with the traditional chapter format for a book!
That’s important to say because some people think that any advocacy for new techniques and new formats in any sort of media is a condemnation of what has come in the past. 216 more words
Seventeen-year-old Theo Lane has been hiding half of her face from the public ever since “The Night In Question,” a night that left her with a long, disfiguring scar, an unquiet mind, and no memory of what happened. 442 more words
Hi. Rayne here.
This is a series of writing-related topics I’ve decided to take on despite the fact that no one asked my opinion on them. 515 more words