YWW, short for “The Younger Writer’s Workshop”, is a place where young, aspiring writers can hone their craft, learn about writing, and talk with other writers. I joined here about two years ago (I think!), and it’s been a huge blessing to my life. Ever since the age of seven (or eight?) I’ve wanted to… Read More 21 Days of Thankfulness— Day #14: YWW
I am so thankful for the gift of writing. If no one could write, then it would be near impossible to go about our daily lives. There would be no books, no signs, no menus, no ads, no pamphlets. Writing is a big way I express myself. I like to weave words and make them… Read More 21 Days of Thankfulness— Day #2: Writing
Hello guys! After a month’s break I am at last back to this blog, and I will be writing regularly (maybe even more frequently than I did before). And I did a ton of things in the month of November, hence why I took a LONG break. These things include going on a trip to… Read More I Wrote 50,000 Words Last Month!
Today it’s time to pop back to another one of my old series! Remember when I interviewed different people from different cultures, backgrounds, and locations? Well, it turns out the series isn’t over and I had forgotten one question! Here it is: Question #5: What is the scenery outside your window like? Since all of… Read More What Does It Look Like Outside Your Window?(International Questions and Answers Part 5)
Starting in July, a new writing event begins! It’s an event where writers all around the world run to their computers and their notebooks and start writing furiously for a whole month. It’s where writers can smash their goals, finish novels and drafts, and grow in their writing. It is an event where writers can… Read More My Writing Challenge of the Month
Hey guys! Today I’m going to do something a little different: I’m going to share you a short story I wrote over a year ago! It isn’t the best, but the message inside is important and that many people need to hear. Content Warnings: depression, natural death She was dying. Her breathing was getting slower,… Read More The Metal Heart ~A Short Story~