I would like to know what you readers out there would like to see more of. Recipes? Drawing? Clay? Stories? Poetry? Let me know in the comments below! Thank you for your feedback and support!
Thunder Rolling Thunder on soft storm cloud, Purring gently quite loud, Lightning claws strike the sky, Splitting open never shy, Sapphire ovals split with night, Sharp as a sword, is her sight, Confidence flows in her stride, Muscles ripple like the tide,
I love to write poetry, and I love the rhythmic way the words clash together. If you are new to poetry, I would suggest rhyming, I find this one of the easiest, but I know some of my friends find it hard. Whenever I cant find a rhyme I play around with the ending. "Lime" … Continue reading Writing Poetry
Here is another story starter like last time... ' You wander through the forest, and down a dirt path. (You choose how you get there.) you hear a small cry, and turn to see a baby unicorn behind you, (Description here). The poor thing is limping, and its back foot is injured. You look around, … Continue reading Story Starter #04
Hello, here is a new story starter... Create a story using the basic starter... Have fun! (If you have any ideas for more starters, comment on the most recent story starter post. thank you!) 'A person approaches you in the market, he is a mysterious stranger. He speaks to you, and hands you a magical … Continue reading Story Starter #03
Try writing about this image I found on google: Think, what does it represent? What does it remind you of? What happened before, after, or while the picture was taken? Who is in the picture?
Here are some tips for starting your own story: Planning: First: brainstorm the basic plot, how will it begin? What is the main problem? Then: Plan your characters: Start with the main ones. Knowing your character is important as a writer, you have to know everything about them, in order to write an accurate story. … Continue reading Starting Your Own Story: Tips
If The Picture does not show up, Click the title. Try Writing a story about the picture below, What do you see? What happened before, after, or while this picture was taken? What does it make you think about? Try drawing your own pictures for your stories as well, or try writing stories about the … Continue reading Story Starter #01