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Hi again, it’s me.
For this post, I’ll be discussing the two main tenses you can use in your writing, their pros and cons, and tips for each. But first, let me tell you about what each is.
By Amethyst Champagne3 years ago in Journal
After what felt like hours sitting in one spot as we were individually interviewed, then all the cult members together, my attackers finally emerge from the headmaster's office, guards hauling them away.
By Amethyst Champagne3 years ago in Futurism
Hey, it’s me again, and for this post, I’ll be discussing the distance displayed in writing.
So, what do I mean by distance?
Waiting in the lobby for the headmaster to finish their discussion with Ry'anne and Tarek, I couldn't find a comfortable position to sit in, and it was only partly because my back ached, despite the chairs.
Hands braced against the railing of my back deck, I watch the boats move across the ocean, some on the early morning horizon, others at the docks, the summer air whipping my hair around.
By Amethyst Champagne3 years ago in Humans
Well, as of late, I have been seeing posts of people's life stories, whether it's their whole life or snippets. So, I suppose it's time for me to toss my experiences into the ring, so be prepared.
By Amethyst Champagne3 years ago in Confessions
Walking into the bar, I scanned the crowd, searching for the blind date my friend, Dana, had set up behind my back and kept to herself until today. All I knew was his name and that both of us would be wearing red.
As you do your normal wandering around town today, enjoying the sunshine, you're searching for something to either see or do.
By Amethyst Champagne3 years ago in Styled
Facing down my opponents who closed in around me, I remained in place, my shadows trying to defend me. I didn't have much choice but to stay.
Having split into several groups of two, I was somehow stuck with our temperamental weapons instructor, walking a little ways behind him.
I track it all
People, sitting at their desks hunched over as I watch them work at their computers, typing loudly on the keyboard with their twitching fingers
By Amethyst Champagne3 years ago in Poets
Step 1: Show Up to Class
You feel nervous as you go to your first class. You haven’t been to a dance class since you were little or danced a lot in general, and now it’s your P.E. requirement for school.