My required line of dialogue (thanks to the prompt): "If you get me his phone, I might reconsider."
But I also participate in a challenge over on Instagram (@authortabathashipley) where I draft a poem based on a prompt and post it up same day with very little editing.
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.
“In ancient legends, the goddess Aphrodite appears to mortals in the form of whatever they find most attractive, whether it is male, female, both, or neither. What form do they take for you?”Describe the color of their skin in words other than color, describe the smell of their skin, or the way they move. This... Continue Reading →