Sitting in total darkness and absent from sound, Sydona found herself completely alone in the middle of nowhere. With her heart pounding and breath quickening, she waited for a sound that would tell her to begin. Through padded earmuffs that covered her ears, she heard a faint beeping from her wrist. Ripping off the thick … Continue reading Possible Beginning of Fliers 2
To get a perspective of how things pop into my mind, here's an example. I was cutting up chicken for my dogs and I start thinking of Sydona eating meat. She's a vegetarian if you didn't know. And I was thinking that she was going to be eating meat in the second book. Then I … Continue reading How Does the Brain Work?
While I'm waiting for feedback on my first book, I am trying to start on my second. I have literally had 5 different intros and I'm not stoked about any of them. Of course, this is a continuation of the first one and I don't want to start it immediately after the first one. The … Continue reading Second Enstallment
Hello all! The waiting game is so tedious... Sending out my unfinished work, having people read it and then waiting for the feedback. I would rather have my feet nibbled off by gerbils. I have already gotten some feedback, though! Some good, some not so good, but that's how it is. It's so hard to … Continue reading Waiting
Terrible writing example from last blog: She opened her eyes to see painted clouds on a blue ceiling. She rubbed her eyes and looked around the room. She was in her old bedroom from when she was a girl. Everything seemed so slow, like it was playing a memory in slow motion. She slid off the small bed that she questioned on … Continue reading Better, right?