15 Degrees Skyward: Prelude to Dreams

How they met wasn't really considered a profound moment in their lives. It was just something that happened in the throes of dozens of memories they’d charted amongst the stars in their sky.

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Week Fourteen | Recipes in Your Book

This is an odd one. There aren't many instances of food in my story, so this one is a little difficult for me to answer. But there is April's Diner in the story. This is where they serve the best medium rare Angus beef bacon cheeseburgers. The reason that's there is that I love these burgers. … Continue reading Week Fourteen | Recipes in Your Book

The Way to Dawn

  The world has changed so much and I keep making the mistake of trying to change with it. Nothing improved. Nothing gained. In the scheme of it, I am not changed, but never once did I stay the same. I'm very far from where I once was and I can't see the shore. Rather … Continue reading The Way to Dawn

Week Fourteen | What (if anything) Would You Like to Express Through Your Writing?

I want to express how much I love stories and story-telling. But like other than that? I don't have an overarcing message, no thematic goal or political idealization to show. I don't really write for change or in support of something because I'm not very much an activist. I don't even write to commentate on … Continue reading Week Fourteen | What (if anything) Would You Like to Express Through Your Writing?

Week Thirteen | Your Book is Now a Film. What Will Work Well? What Won’t?

Transient as a film I believe would work very well, but is a precarious project. It would need very precise and creative visuals for its otherworld and very good child actors since the main characters are 12, 13, and 15 years old and have distinct personalities, emotions, and mannerisms. That being said, I think it … Continue reading Week Thirteen | Your Book is Now a Film. What Will Work Well? What Won’t?