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The worst and best night

As I read the last page of the Tales from a Shadowhunter Academy, I had many mixed emotions inside of me. Not to spoil the ending, but it was a warm, uneasy, and melancholy feeling all at once. Typical Cassandra Clare book, right? I also finished the book at the typical time: about one-thirty in … Continue reading The worst and best night

Crazy writer’s daydream

As writers, we daydream so much. This is great for creative stories, because we got the best imagination in the land. From those daydreams, we can make castles, magical creatures, and narratives no one’s ever heard of. We can create more than any non-creative person ever think of before. But you know what comes from … Continue reading Crazy writer’s daydream

Why I write

there's no greater movement inside of me than when their faces shine bright from the something I've created from nothing   the something may make me cry make me fall down and self-doubt but there's a beauty from the pain it brings   the beauty brings smiles on people's faces the smiles bring a rushed … Continue reading Why I write

Every writer needs this

As writers, we don't hear what we need to hear as often as we should. So, I shall tell you. It's amazing that you have an idea for a story. You sat down to write today? Great job! You wrote down a beautiful sentence? You go you! Wrote a paragraph? Fantastic! Wrote a page? Awesome! Wrote … Continue reading Every writer needs this

Positive writing times

There’s this negative aroma around the writing profession sometimes. So, in case you have forgotten recently, I shall enlighten you with some amazing writing facts. More people have been reading than ever before, especially millennials. Which also means more chances of your work being found, read, and liked. It’s all right if you’re writing more … Continue reading Positive writing times

Book review – How to Write Good (Spoiler Free)

“I’ve always set my expectations low and then been pleasantly surprised when a video did well. I’ve found that this is the best way to avoid being disappointed: Lowball yourself in life, and you’ll be fine.” ― Ryan Higa, How to Write Good Title: How to Write Good Author: Ryan Higa Genre: Non-fiction Pages: 224 Publication date: … Continue reading Book review – How to Write Good (Spoiler Free)

Real life in fiction

“Hey,” Jenny asked me one day, “isn’t this character doing what we talked about the other day?” I glanced over, looking down at the laptop with her. It showed one of my recent short stories. I was thinking of expanding more on top of that story, but I wasn’t sure at the time. I did … Continue reading Real life in fiction

An invitation for everyone

You are invited! To: Everyone (You can even be an alien. Go for it.) From: This little no-name writer named Robin Have you ever wanted to write a blog post? Perhaps write more blog posts? Well, I got the deal for you. I'm now accepting guest blog posts. (This also means that there’ll be times I … Continue reading An invitation for everyone

A fake unknown lie to writers

‘Your stories are amazing,’ Jacob texts me one afternoon. ‘There’s no way it can get better. I tried to find a way and I couldn’t.’ Liar. ‘Send some more stories my way!’ I bit the inside of my bottom lip, trying not to show too much emotion. Even if he’s not in the room with … Continue reading A fake unknown lie to writers