I ask the moon for a star, and it gives me a rock. Not its rock, but a rock that reminds me more of the earth than the moon. Instead of gray moondust, it's full of lush greens with small brown cracks. It has gray scars along its sides that remind me of fossils, a … Continue reading I asked the moon
10+ LGBTQIA+ Reads
Happy Pride Month! There are a lot of awesome LGBTQIA+ books out there that don't get the spotlight as much. So, here's a list of some great stories (with their Goodreads blurbs) to check out. Amulet of Wishes — Rita A. Rubin The Guardians are the protectors of Aloseria. They are the keepers of the … Continue reading 10+ LGBTQIA+ Reads
ARC Review — The Encanto
Title: The EncantoAuthor: Arthur Swan Genre: Adult Sci-fiPages: 280 pagesPublication date: October 14, 2021 In The Encanto, Wayob wants to break free from a Mayan artifact but causes death instead. The story follows three groups—Gray and Claire, Detectives Parker and Hernandez, and Ashley York—as they interact with the artifact and Wayob. Their stories never fully mingle, … Continue reading ARC Review — The Encanto
Common writing mistakes #5
#5 — Misusing hyphens Besides the gray with an a vs. grey with an e battle, there's one common spelling error I've often noticed while editing: hyphenated words. Sometimes we believe a word needs a hyphen when it doesn't. Or we forget the hyphen when we actually need one. It could also depend on how … Continue reading Common writing mistakes #5
The storm lit up the clouds. The dark blue sky turned into a musky light gray. Lightning strikes reached from the left to the right like tree branches. But then another strike would grow out smaller, barely reaching out, after that big moment. That last strike is me. Copyright © Robin LeeAnn
Is college holding me back?
College should be helping me, right? But why do I feel like it's holding me back? Instead of writing short stories, I'm writing essays over British poems. Instead of editing my novel, I'm learning about different Japanese grammar points. I'm not making connections in the writing world. Instead, I'm worried about my two handwritten finals. … Continue reading Is college holding me back?