We all know the one person with Down Syndrome who works nearby or seen the Special School District students in the halls of schools. I’ve worked with them in the SSD (Special School District) before. I carried around bubbles in my bag not only for myself, but for children and those on the spectrum. In […]Read More Special needs and writing.
Our world is bound within us and we are bound within it. What is it we see that connects to our writing? How does our writing affect us?Read More Stories are a reflection of life.
What is a trope? How do we use them?Read More One word. Tropes.
Hello again writers. It’s time to cover romance and relationships. What do we do with those? Are we doing a positive or a negative relationship? Is it abusive? How do we decide this? Okay. First things first. I will type this until the day I die. The Twilight Saga is an abusive relationship. Sorry, fan […]Read More The two R’s. Romance and relationship. What does it mean for writers?
Hello again avid writers! Today we bring out something rather— well— short. That’s right. We’re covering short stories. So about short stories, with short stories they are meant to be short; not a nine hundred page novella about “the great fornication in the world.” I’m looking at a few pop culture books with a discerning […]Read More Short Stories: Keep Them Within a Limit
Hello readers, welcome to the month of December. This time, we will cover using other languages in your writing. Firstly, you can use other languages in your writing. Please use them respectfully and properly. Pidgin, yes pidgin not pigeon, is a grammatically simplified form specially used by a non-native speaker. If you are a writer, […]Read More Welcome to the Wonderful Month of December.