P.S.A It seems I completely failed to actually post my Writing On Wednesdays this week and it is still in my drafts. It shall be posted imminently.
My friend and fellow YSJ student posted this about being published in the Electric Reads anthology that I was also published in… She’s a star and you should totally follow her.
We both rock.
Happy New Year, Guys!
So, I’ve been working on this post for some time but with Christmas, work, assignments and the New Year getting in the way it got really delayed. Also, it took a while for me to wrap my head around what actually happened and it was something very very VERY exciting! If I haven’t already spammed your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram news feeds, (sorry about that) you may have guessed from the title, that yes, I’M PUBLISHED! One of my short stories – The Cores – that I began writing in my first year of University has been printed in the pages of The Young Writers’ Anthology 2015 by Electric Reads – exciting! This is Electric Reads’ first ever anthology and that just made me feel even more honoured to be a part of it! It’s publishing companies like these that I absolutely adore because they search for…
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In the spirit of World Poetry Day I'm also gunna share my 3 fave poems with you all today.
OHHHH MYYY GODDDDDDDD. THIS SHOW IS KILLING ME.
I think I may have finally thought up of a title for the short Novella that I am writing. I am usually really terrible with titles and for most of my poetry for instance, I just leave them out because I find it too hard to think of one that suits the essence of what… Continue reading Title possibilities
So I have written the first part of a 3 part poem series about a fallen angel. And I just wanted to put it out there that I used to phrase 'sharp sighted' to describe this particular Angel on purpose to echo some of Milton's original verse about this Angel in 'Paradise Lost', just wanted… Continue reading
I'm thinking of writing a series of 3 poems about a fallen angel and how it would react to the modern world...What d'ya think?