Shadow Academy, chapter 34
Staring at my dorm wall, my right knee bounced as I tried to calm my mind and release the tension from my body. It was the only place where I couldn't hear the sounds of students, faculty, or families chatting loudly.
The Shallow Waters
"C'mon, hurry up!" "Okay, okay." I quickly ran after my childhood best friend, Anna, towards the beach we visited every summer weekend.
The Deviants, part eleven
Pacing outside of her door, Nash wasn't sure if he should say goodbye for the next few days or just leave. He usually didn't say bye, or care about what people thought of his missions, but she was different, and he wanted to be considerate.
My Bellewood Acres Visit
As of late, I have been suffering from a mild case of burnout. As a result, things like messaging friends and writing have become a bit of a chore for me. And that has been slightly depressing for me.
The Deviants, part ten
Head still spinning when they landed, Ava immediately headed for the infirmary, Galen helping her walk as Nash went to do his report, she assumed.
Why Take a Break from Writing?
I know, I know, it's a touchy topic for our community, but hear me out before you click the exit button or back arrow. Here's the question; has there ever been a time when you had no ambition or new ideas to put into story form? Or when you had a bad case of writer's block?
My Job As An Editor
Hi there, my fellow writers! If you have read any of my previous stories or posts, you might know by now that in addition to being a writing and self-published author, I have also been working to build my editing business over the past few months.
The Deviants, part nine
It was weird being back in a human neighborhood after living on the base for weeks now, even with nobody around as they scanned for potential attackers.