I’m a little late with this one, but I had such a crazy, exciting day. I started a new job a month ago and I got offered a promotion already. I thought this quote was fitting, because if you don’t appreciate the present moment Continue reading
I have recently come to a startling realization. Instead of writing purely for the joy of writing, I have been writing for the number of likes, follows, and favourites I will get. This recent behaviour hasn’t bled over to my blog yet, but it has been on fanfiction. I know what pairings are popular, what the reader will like, and how they will want to story to end. Continue reading
Here is the quote of the week:
Today, I wanted to take a moment to say thank you to the friends who deal with us when we’re at our craziest, Continue reading
To help keep the creativity flowing, I decided to join the challenge Literary Lion. Each week, a new word is chosen and you have to write the story in 400 words or less. The word of the week is Escape. Let me know what you think in the comments below!
He stood at the end of the aisle with a mixture of joy and awe on his face. I had never seen him so happy and another woman would have matched his expression with a smile of her own. But I wasn’t another woman, Continue reading
This quote is comforting. It’s simple, straight forward, and honest. I am constantly thinking back to the decisions that I have made and wonder how things would have turned out if made a different choice. Continue reading
Breaking News: Hermione Granger missed her NEWTs. Every single one of them. And she couldn’t care less.
Character(s): Hermione Granger
Click here to read the full story: http://www.fanfiction.net/s/11335860/1/Everday-is-a-Winding-Road
Welcome to Monday Quotes!
The start of the week can be daunting. Sunday nights are filled mentally preparing for the week ahead, whether it’s work related or social engagements. Mondays come around and we’re running around trying to figure out where we left off on Friday.
This is where I came up with the idea of Monday Quotes. Continue reading
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Ripped from the Headlines!.”
The newspaper’s headline glared at him from the kitchen table: AN ARRAY OF OVERSIGHTS SET THE STAGE FOR 2 KILLERS’ ESCAPE. The world was falling into chaos, if the newspapers were to be believed. He set his coffee mug down on the newspaper, leaving a ring of coffee across the picture.
He had more important things to think about, Continue reading
As she said goodbye to her mentor, she didn’t feel ready. There was still so much to learn, so much to do. Her mentor smiled at her Continue reading
Cheers and laughter erupted from the crowd. The sun was shining. Friends stood together as families took pictures. A bumblebee buzzing in the distance. Blue eyes met hers. Continue reading