Today's Prompt: Why do we travel to places we dread?
Today's fiction is brought to you by the fact that I just read a historical fiction book about young Edgar Allan Poe.
Today's post is a work of fiction. But it's one I'm sure people can relate to. If it speaks to you, leave a comment.
It’s a strange prompt, really. A random page number. How does one tackle such an odd prompt? You can grab for the book you’re reading, flip to page 42 and talk about it. You can use the first line of that page for inspiration. You can borrow the feeling of that page and craft something... Continue Reading →
This will not appear anywhere in the Magical YA because it happens decades before the events of the story.
It's been a long journey but my young adult science fiction novel has an official title, a cover, and a release date!!! The official Twitter release by my publishing company, Phoenix Manifest, went up this morning To celebrate, I'm reblogging the post where we first met Emma. I can't wait for you all to meet... Continue Reading →
Recently on my YouTube channel I promised to post a short story or selection using second person point of view. Below, you'll find that post. As always, be cool and don't steal. If you decide to take up the challenge as well drop a link to your own short story or selection in the comments.... Continue Reading →