I'm an author and part-time freelance writer who loves to write short stories! I also create and sell journals and planners!
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I've written a new book: My book
The Ripple in the Water
A couple named Damon and Tara Jenkins were never seen again after going to Oregon on a boating trip. Here's what happened: Tara stared down at the water from the boat. She and her husband, Damon were in their sailboat outside Florence, which was in Oregon. It was freezing cold, with rain drops falling from the sky. Tara wrapped her coat around her body.
Scarlet Macaw story
Note: This story is fictional, but the animals mentioned really are native to Central America. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
"And these trees that you see on your left, have been there for two hundred years. Arborists can tell how old a tree is by the number of rings on its trunk. The ones you see now are definitely more than hundred years old, based on my experience in studying Sequoias,” explained the guide. Her name was Claire, and she was a middle aged woman. I listened intently at her.
The Caine Mutiny (Movie Review)
SPOILERS- Read only if you want to know a detailed summary or if you have seen this movie before! TW: This post talks about mental health in the navy.
Why and How We Should Aim to Use our Phone Less
You wake up, reach for your phone, squint at the screen, rub your eyes, then-for what seems like 20 minutes, is actually an hour-scroll through Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, etc. Before you know it, it's already 11 or 12 pm.
More Books I Read/are Reading
SPOILER ALERT: Some of these reviews may have spoilers! READ: 1. Sharp Objects This book by Gillian Flynn is her debut thriller. It is about a reporter who goes back to her hometown in Missouri to write a story on a recent murder of two young girls. The premise of the story was interesting, it got me hooked as I had heard of the authors other works ( Gone Girl, etc.). But it was the author's writing style of this book that put me off. I didn't exactly like the sarcastic, cocky nature of the protagonist Camille. And the ending was predictable and well-guessed halfway through. According to another review I saw, it said that the author did a lot more telling than showing, during the reveal scene. I agree with this. I am a fan of a climax (esp. in a thriller) that is shown through dialogue and shocking revelations, rather than a narration of events that happened. Overall, I'd give this book a 3/5.
How I Self-Published My First Book
First of all, anyone who publishes a book deserves a huge congratulations. Because it's a lot of hard work and effort that's paid off. I wanted to write about what I did to self-publish my first mystery book, the process of designing my cover and what I did to market my book.
The Greatest Treasure
Seattle, Washington 2005 Josh, my five-year-old son usually played with any toys I bought for him- toy cars, a power ranger figure, road sets, and more. Recently, I had bought him some more new toy cars (those Hot Wheels kind) to add to his growing collection, as well as a toy ship that I found at an antique store.