to everyone I ever loved, am loving, will love you know how it iswhen your heart is full to burstingstretched, waitingfor a time to pour out everything inside ityou know how it iswhen words bubble up into your throatticklish, expectantfor a time to float out awayinto the worldthat's how i feel when i want to… Continue reading how to say: I Love You
Thanks to Carynn @ Writers Blok and Acacia @ Acacia Story Corner for nominating me for the Versatile Blogger Award! This is a chain blogging award for bloggers with quality content. The rules are pretty simple: Thank the person who nominated you.Link to the blog of the person who nominated you.Share 7 facts about yourself.Nominate… Continue reading Versatile Blogger Award
Check out Kristen's post here! It's a nice follow up to the overdone stereotypes in YA post.
Check out this amazing post by Kristen @ Beyond Secret Pages! I totally agree!
Another thing I did for English class---a poem project. My choice was to write five poems, each using the five senses, inspired by the house I am about to move out of. I decided to create a Google Sites for it, so the anthology has its own little home. I've lived in this house for… Continue reading Home – Poem Anthology
So, a while back I posted some ideas about worldbuilding using human geography. I've been mapping out how many posts I plan to post, and it seems like I'll have a lot more than intended. I counted it up and there will be at least 20 posts and more. I decided to start a new… Continue reading Update: New Site for Worldbuilding
Another poem I wrote for English class --- slightly about the pains of growing up.
Fibonacci Monster: Finale. A young ensign battles a monster on an unexplored planet to save her life and the ship she’s pledged her loyalty to. (FINALE)
I wrote this for English class, emulating the style of Linda Hogan's "Innocence". There is nothing more free...
A Fibonacci Monster document. Meant to be read between part 5 and the finale.