"You know, I think I've always thought that it'll be okay. Someone will save us. I'll still go to college, get some job, and have some life. Someday we'll stop fighting each other. We'll stop chopping down the rainforests and filling the water with chemicals. Girls won't have to get home early and never walk … Continue reading Book review – Rage is a Wolf (Spoiler Free)
The sad truth (haiku)
Yearning for the dayWe don't have to fight to liveAnd can be ourselves Copyright © Robin LeeAnn Perhaps I'm just waiting for the world to turn upside down. Copyright © Robin LeeAnn
“He’ll scour the land for you,” society told me.They always whispered delicate words.“He’ll turn over every single stoneUntil he finds you, his one and only.” But boys didn’t even turn my way.They kept their eyes pinned onto the girlsWho change everything they canTo make themselves stars in the skies. Do I need my own spinning … Continue reading Turning out
Heyyyyyy! Happy birthday!I hope your day is going good so far.Even though this moment is the lastPart of the day I’ll consider “your day.” Uh, here’s a gift—just for you!I put in the considerable amount of time.I hope you shop where everyone shops.Here’s a gift card to Target, Walmart…Amazon?I guess it matters that you made … Continue reading Happy birthday
I used to believe that monsters lived under my bed. They loved scaring me in the dark. “That’s where they stay,” Society told me. “Where they belong.” But Society also ordered me to keep my stomach flat so people would like me. Short hair was for men. Lesbian. I couldn’t drive. I couldn’t lift anything … Continue reading Real monsters
Writers = fan girls?
After writing your first draft, you should expand the story. The deeper the story dives, the stronger it will become. Plot holes disappear. Characters develop more. Backstories appear. There’s a quick way to do all of this. Fan girl. You read that right. If you’re not in love with your story, no one will be. … Continue reading Writers = fan girls?