Through the Fire // A Short Story About September 11th, THE GRAND FINALE

Hey y'all! I thought today we would finish off the series that I've been working on since September. Adriane is a lovely person to work with, but it's time that we part ways. Jaxen is a jealous character and gets mad if I work with someone else too long. So today shall be the final … Continue reading Through the Fire // A Short Story About September 11th, THE GRAND FINALE

The Return to Blogging! // The Aftermath of a Mental Hurricane

Hey y'all! I'm back! Did you guys miss me? Okay so NaNoWriMo is over and I'm trying to catch up on sleep again, so I thought I'd share about my experience! It was crazy, not to mention a lot of things happened in life outside of my computer screen as well, therefore doubling the insanity. … Continue reading The Return to Blogging! // The Aftermath of a Mental Hurricane

November Approaches! // A Notice, A Plan, And A Farewell

Hey y'all!! I thought this was a fitting gif. IT'S OCTOBER 30th. MEANING NANOWRIMO IS IN 48 HOURS. *panicking* *quietly* so I haven't finished my outline... *totters away, throws up in bushes, and then stumbles off to outline some more* My sweet friend Liv sent out her NaNo blog post last night, and since I … Continue reading November Approaches! // A Notice, A Plan, And A Farewell

Debunking the Myth of Self-Sufficiency // Guest Post by Olivia White

I was scrolling through social media one day when these words stood out to me: “At the end of the day, we only have ourselves.” They sat on my screen, masqueraded as a fluffy little life tip. I couldn’t imagine that anyone would actually believe–much less embrace–this view as a positive depiction of life. Some … Continue reading Debunking the Myth of Self-Sufficiency // Guest Post by Olivia White

The Rebelutionary Teen // A Tale Of Bold Decisions Leading To Confused Peers

Hey y’all! A couple days ago, Christopher Witmer from The Rebelution sent out an email to the Rebelution Writers group. In it, he discussed how many Reb readers feel like they are alone in doing hard things. “Some of them feel trapped by the low expectations culture has for what they can actually accomplish as … Continue reading The Rebelutionary Teen // A Tale Of Bold Decisions Leading To Confused Peers