bring out the sparkly noise and five seconds of uninterrupted eye contact, it's time to write a romantic subplot!
A guest post by Larissa Lopes, author of the Alec Brock series!
i've been #blogging for a year, guys! wow, how'd that happen? here's the top 10 things i've learned in my first year!
come home to the impossible flavor of shattering the grand illusion. come home to simple rick.
Listen, I'm gonna be honest here: this one wasn't that interesting to talk about. Sixteen is a collection of--you guessed it--sixteen short stories by young adult authors from the 80s. It had some good ones, it had some not-so-good ones. I enjoyed reading it but it also brought back a lot of... interesting memories about … Continue reading Short Story 101 When You Don’t Like Writing Short Stories
Willoughby is the world's biggest idiot.
*ahem* I would like to make a speech...
why is sherlock holmes still relevant today? it's elementary, my dear watson!
"The plot is more what you'd call guidelines than actual rules."
that moment when you realize that your ideal reader is actually you.