Hey everyone! Just letting you know I'm working on another site as sort of an outlet for my other creative passion: fashion design. Sort of. Check out Azeroth Couture for a look at how I bring my passion for fashion into my gaming world! The site is fairly new, so keep checking back for more. As … Continue reading Side Project
A writer's mind is like a big ball of yarn. I'm not talking about one of those neat ones you see in the cartoons with every section in its place right where it belongs. I'm talking about one of those that the cat has dragged all over the house and played with for hours on … Continue reading Big Ball of Yarn
Dear readers, I’m sorry I haven’t written in my own blog lately (but did you see the post I did for Chantelle Atkins?). The truth is that I’m not very good at keeping a steady blog. I have to force it. I’m trying to find good subjects to post about, ones you would enjoy and … Continue reading Dear Readers: An Update
A little post I did for the lovely Chantelle Atkins. Check it out! And give her a look-see. Maybe you’ll like her work!
Last Friday I introduced you to my new look blog and explained why I had renamed it and focused it on a theme that connects my writing and reading habits. I promised you a guest post from the indie author Shalaena Medford who inspired and helped me with these changes, so here it is! Over to you, Shalaena…
Hello readers and fans of Chantelle Atkins! Thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to read my guest post to this very lovely author’s blog.
You read in her previous blog post about changes she has been making to her website. I also have been making changes to mine according to the things I’ve learned in my New Media course at Southern New Hampshire University. (Yep, you read that right, I’m a darned Yank from the States! Don’t worry, I will not be tossing any tea. I…
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Everyone needs their fan club. Children need their family cheering them on, “You can do it!” as they awkwardly figure out this thing called individuality. It’s trial and error, and we all need someone in the wings, applauding our accomplishments and laughing with us as we stumble gracelessly through failures. But not everyone has cheerleaders. … Continue reading Alexandra
**Author's Note: This story takes place in the year 2003. It contains strong language and touches on a sensitive subject. Continue with caution and enjoy!** A Reason © 2016 by Shalaena Medford Ely walked into the fading light of the evening. He tore the hospital bracelet from his wrist, picked a direction, and began walking. … Continue reading Short Story: “A Reason”