An analysis of three themes from the book Les Misérables.
Darkness claimed me once, but God broke the chains. "She is mine," my God says. He sent his Son to bear my shame, my guilt, my brokenness, and he has set me free. I am free.
How does human geography help you world-build your speculative fiction novel?
I just got nominated the Liebster Award by CMBohley! Check out her cool writing blog, called Writers Blok. Now isn't that a cool blog name? The Liebster Award is an award given to bloggers by bloggers, and it's a chain award, so if you're nominated you pass it on. The Rules Answer 11 questions the… Continue reading My First Blogging Award: The Liebster Award
I haven't posted in forever, but finals are important, and so is homework. I haven't forgotten about Fibonacci Monster: Part Three, so don't worry! I'm currently experiencing writer's block over it. I'll hopefully have it out sometime this weekend. (No promises.) Anyway, in the meantime, I wanted to share something with you guys! Recently, I came across an amazing blog called… Continue reading A Nerdy Post
I'm so happy to announce I won an award for one of my flash fiction pieces! Last year I entered into the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards in the flash fiction category. I found out today I received a Silver Key, which is defined as "Stand-out works submitted to local programs that demonstrate exceptional ability."… Continue reading I Won a Writing Award!
Love is like a starIt beckons from afarThrows its crazy lightInto your darkest night Stars Are Queens flames coruscating outward, offering a forceful invitationcounting you among a historyof explorers on heedless reckless embarkationsthey hope to count you among the corpses of countless discoverers delving into every aspect of a mysterybut sharper, sharper, the lies are glaringnow… Continue reading Love Is Like a Star
Inspired by this instrumental: Epic Futuristic Space Music Mix. Epic Sci Fi Music. UEM. Every morning I wake up, I set my mind on the day's events, butXenization is never my first thought, though I live it inside.People pass me by, their cares and loves and fears galaxies apart from mine.Loneliness clouds my thoughts, and… Continue reading Acrostic Series: #2 Voyage
Again, this is a piece of getting-into-character poetry. This is written from the thoughts of Cezaria, the sister of the antagonist who was kidnapped into slavery many years before the start of the story. A million scratchesLight red pencilMarble veins of goldCriscrossing over the plane of concrete realityPain to bring lifeTo release pent-up strugglesSpanning precious… Continue reading Atmosphere
My new poetry series: acrostics, beginning with piece #1, called Portal.