It’s been hammered home a million times. And it’s probably one of the first things that you’re taught whether you’re in the classroom or reading a book on the craft of writing.Read More Writing Tips: Show Don’t Tell
Youtube videos and Tik Toks spawn,
Your audience is no longer drawn.
Did you even have one to begin with?
Probably not sis.
You have more people reading your tweets than your books.Read More Writing is Dead by Roni Marshall
It starts with a seed
Then it goes to a deed
The mind tricks and plays
Scary as it mayRead More Possibility of The Impossible by Michael Chiacherri
Fear the lawn outside the senior living center, a mower purred. Small clouds cast dark spots in the otherwise golden day. Sharp voices rose and fell in the circular first-floor resident’s hall, where Phil pushed the cart from room to room, delivering lunches.Read More Fear is Faster By Daniel Deisinger
In his dreams the sun did not shine. Light filled cracks between buildings and glanced off spires, but AntoRead More Dreamer By Daniel Deisinger
Chun-Hui was so shocked when she looked at the profile on the handouts the Director of Discipline brought on to the stage to show all of the students. It was an unkempt man with stubble that had begun to show on his cheeks.Read More A Little Traitor By CJ Anderson-Wu
When Scott Harvey sat down to write Savagely Noble, there’s no way to tell if he intended to create an emotional fable on what it means to be human.Read More Book Review: Savagely Noble by Scott Harvey
The moment is here
Yet we always long for it
Dreaming of something more
Always getting something lessRead More The Moment by Xavier Ramirez
Dusk was approaching as Anna slipped away from the dinner party. By the third toast, the perspiration underneath her shift had become the final reason to bathe in the courtyard breeze.Read More Carrington Hall By Michelle Davis
The lows should be expected,
I tell myself that often.
There will always be a dip,
Financially, romantically, brain chemistry.