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Eliza And Her Monsters – Book Review

Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia My rating: 5 of 5 stars Eliza And Her Monsters is a book that when you finish, you need a long moment to let the impact of the story truly seep in. I could relate to Eliza on many levels, some of which I did not wholly grasp… Continue reading Eliza And Her Monsters – Book Review

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The Only Thing Left – Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! Friday is here and I am so happy. I loved how this piece turned out, totally surprised myself. This one is inspired by unispiredwriters Insta page. She is totally awesome and always comes up with the best prompts to keep my imagination churning out flash fiction for you. These flash fictions are solely… Continue reading The Only Thing Left – Flash Fiction Friday

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Hearts Are Like Balloons – Book Review

Hearts Are Like Balloons by Candace Robinson My rating: 3 of 5 stars Hearts Are Like Balloons is a book about love and loss, loss, and love. Robinson captures very poignant moments in the life of adolescent May that will undoubtedly relate in various ways to all readers. I know it did for me. Grief… Continue reading Hearts Are Like Balloons – Book Review

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The Current

Hello, creatives! Hope you all had a fantastic holiday season, filled with laughter and warmth and love. It is Friday. So yay for flash fiction. I was so inspired by this picture; selfless acts that impact the prospect of a greater future. As always, these flash fictions are meant as personal inspiration and are not… Continue reading The Current

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The Winter People – Book Review

The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon My rating: 3 of 5 stars The Winter People is a story that clings to your unconscious mind and will periodically peek it’s head out in unwanted moments. For me, it mostly happens when I consider a dark closet. The year is 1908. We meet Sara through her personal… Continue reading The Winter People – Book Review

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Mrs. Nichols? – Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! Another flash fiction for you today. I am working on my suspense, trying to add tension and unease to my scenes. K.M. Allan offered the perfect prompt on her Insta page to practice on. Check out her blog too. She has some great content on there. https://kmallanblog.wordpress.com/ As always, these flash fictions are meant… Continue reading Mrs. Nichols? – Flash Fiction Friday

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Broken Moon – Book Review

Broken Moon by Sarah Beth Moore My rating: 4 of 5 stars I was given an ARC of Broken Moon by Sarah Beth Moore in exchange for an honest review, and I am so glad I accepted. This book was 347 pages of nonstop intrigue! Looking at the page count after receiving the file, it… Continue reading Broken Moon – Book Review

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Two Boys- Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives. Hope everyone had a great week. I am battling a cold and have not written much but managed these few paragraphs. Inspired by the fantastic Uninspiredwriters Instagram page, here is a bit of flash fiction for you. Check out her Insta page for some great inspiration and story prompts. Again, these flash fictions are… Continue reading Two Boys- Flash Fiction Friday

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Against Grey Skies- Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! Happy, happy Friday. And yay for flash fiction. I was so inspired by uninspiredwriters picture prompt on her Insta page. Check her out! She posts amazing picture and word prompts all the time. I really liked how this one turned out. So much mystery and emotion. Although these flash fictions are primarily for an… Continue reading Against Grey Skies- Flash Fiction Friday

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It Sounded Better In My Head

Hello, creatives! We're over the hump now. Hope your week has been productive. Only two more days until the weekend. And only one more day until Stranger Things season 2. *throws fists into the air* I am so excited to go back to those characters. Anywho, I am running off topic here. Today I would… Continue reading It Sounded Better In My Head

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Party Games- Book Review

Party Games by R.L. Stine My rating: 3 of 5 stars Party Games is a thriller that will have your brain urging your eyes to read faster. This was my first R.L. Stine book to read, and I can’t believe it took me so long to discover a genius writer suck as Stine. His storytelling… Continue reading Party Games- Book Review

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Louisa of Earth- Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! Another Flash Fiction Friday for you. I have been so lazy getting these done. I have focused a lot of my attention on my WIP. It is going well, but I'm feeling the lack of inspiration that these pieces bring me. I need to start actively adding flash fiction back into my writing… Continue reading Louisa of Earth- Flash Fiction Friday

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To The Trees, Mommy – Flash (Non)Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! It has been too long since I shared a flash fiction. Sorry, but the fiction part will have to wait until next week. Today, I have a bit of non fiction to share with you. Inspired by my son's sweet pleas for me to push him faster in his swing. It is a… Continue reading To The Trees, Mommy – Flash (Non)Fiction Friday

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Knowing Your Character’s Personality

Ever wonder why people act and react the way they do? People have unique outlooks, unique backgrounds that mold their personalities. However, there have been multiple studies that break down and offer a glimpse into the building blocks of the four personality types. Maybe you don’t agree with this assessment. Maybe, you believe personalities cannot… Continue reading Knowing Your Character’s Personality

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Heart-Shaped Box- Book Review

Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill My rating: 3 of 5 stars Heart-Shaped Box has all the elements of a classic ghost story, and all the suspense to give you shivers. When Jude Coyne, a retired rock star, is emailed about a ghost for sale, his curiosity piques and he insists on buying the tailored made… Continue reading Heart-Shaped Box- Book Review