Tag: fiction writing

[Blog Update] Chapter 5 And 6 Complete

Reading Time: 2 minutes This morning I finished the sixth chapter of my book. With a combination of work, business, my brother’s wedding, and my own anxiety I haven’t felt like writing. Turns out all I had to do was get sick for my inspiration to come back. It also brought me to the realization that I like parts

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Day 24 [Reflection]: Immersive Plot Events

Reading Time: 5 minutes Giving myself a week to plan chapter and writing it in a day has been a runaway success in terms of progress but not quality. The priority is still to get the first draft written, so productivity is still the goal. With that being said I also don’t want to end up having to edit a complete

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[Day 16-17][Poem] Envy The Machine

Reading Time: 3 minutes It’s easy to envy the machine when you you’re falling behind It’s easy to envy the machine when everything turns to a grind It’s easy to envy the machine when the heart is tearing at the seams It’s easy to envy the machine when a choice brings harm It’s easy to envy the machine when

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Day 16[Reflection] Finished A Short Story

Reading Time: < 1 minute   Today I felt something I don’t know the word for. I had felt it before and lingered on it for the same reason each time. This was however the final time. I am simply tired of this feeling, just because it’s toward someone I care deeply about. To begin I found the word I

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[Day 9][Weird Fitness]: Training Like My Protagonist

Reading Time: 4 minutes This morning was a dream come true. I actually woke up before my alarm went off at 5 AM. Granted I didn’t spring in to action but lying in my warm and comfortable bed and reading was pretty awesome. Especially after the whirlwind that was yesterday, but at least it was a fun whirlwind. Which

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02. Chivalry for Dummies

Reading Time: 7 minutes I woke up to the sound of nails scratching on glass. Peeling my face off the pillow I threw off the comforter with a sour residue on my tongue. When my jaw lowers to yawn there’s a sound like crushing glass beneath my ear, followed by all the pain packed within a right hook. Every

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01.The Wrong Kind of Knight

Reading Time: 3 minutes She looks at me eyes sparkling with fear, hope and something that should break my heart. Something that saw me as the knight that I wasn’t. At least not the type to fall in love with the damsel he rescued.