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I speak my mind,and a barren screen replies. I raise my voice,but an abandoned field flows by. Perhaps the goalisn't to raise my voice to the void but to find meaningin the emptiness. To find a home. Copyright © Robin LeeAnn

Book review – Log Horizon (Spoiler Free)

"In other words, there are at least thirty thousand people here-"Shiroe intentionally avoided saying gamers."-but no government and no laws." Title: Log Horizon, The Beginning of Another WorldAuthor: Mamare TounoGenre: YA FictionPages: 768 pagesPublication date: April 21, 2015Publisher: Yen On Years ago, I watched Log Horizon and fell in love with it. When I noticed that an … Continue reading Book review – Log Horizon (Spoiler Free)

Recommended books by professionals

During an English major panel I attended, professional writers and editors recommended different books. Those books were: Chicago Manuel of Style Elements of Style The War of Art These books are important to the writing field. I've used the Chicago Manuel of Style many times before. I enjoy the online edition the most because it's easier … Continue reading Recommended books by professionals

Internship’s best stories

For the past year, I was the nonfiction editor for the North Texas Review (NTR). I'm proud of every writer and artist that got accepted, whether for the journal or online. Here's some of my favorites from this year: A Girl Walks into a Neon Bar by AnneMarie SabatiniA Mini I-Don’t-Rememoir by Mallory MillerAnything but Peanut Butter by … Continue reading Internship’s best stories

Writing nothing

Do you ever feel like you want to write, but can’t? You stare at the screen for ten minutes before you decide: “Well this isn’t going anywhere.” You look up what other people wrote online, but your mind says something like: “I can’t copy what she wrote. But would people notice if we wrote about … Continue reading Writing nothing

A writer’s journey (part five) – small publications

Eventually the editing has to stop, right? All the hours to days to months to years of editing that one certain story cannot keep going on. It's difficult to stop. It's more difficult to get your stories out there and known however. Many literary agents love to accept writers that already have a name for … Continue reading A writer’s journey (part five) – small publications