Stargazing #2

How to Make My Previous Short Story a Novel
     Hello fellow writers! Today I write to you seeking your opinions and advice. So, you may have read my previous post with the short story Be Strong Like the Stars. After some advice from a friend and reading The Story Sponge's helpful Ten Easy Steps to Become an Effective Writer post, I have some different ideas  on how to turn this unedited and unrevised written on the spot short story into a legitimate well written and thought through novel. So, here are some things I am changing or thinking of for my beginning November Novel ( even though I am not planning on NaNoWriMo ). Comment below on your opinionand feel free to share some friendly writer to writer advice (it would be appreciated). And 
onto my brainstorming....... (make sure to read previous post before this part)

- A Little Less Loss So, the creation of Be Strong Like the stars began with me wanting to prove to myself I could write something that would move my reader to t…

Stargazing #1

I would like to give a quick and sincere apology for this being a late post. Last week was a little busy and crazy for me, but I make up for it with this here work of fiction. Comment down below if I should make a novel out of this like my friend Abigayle ( spelled uniquely and beautifully like that, it's not a typo ) wants me to. Also, it would have lots of happier parts if I make it an entire novel, sorry this is kind of the low sad point in the story.
Introducing the series for November I call 
Be Strong Like The Stars
    Alice Thompson sat on the edge of the cliff, her legs dangling over the edge, as she gazed upward, mesmerized by the stars and sparkling stellar dust that flooded the night sky. Growing up in the country, she had always kept her silent tradition every night to stare at the starlit night sky, out away from streetlights and distractions. It was her chance to quietly think, say her prayers, and it gave her a moment to forget the trials…

The Sunshine Blogger Award

The Sunshine Blogger Award  (my second award as a newbie blogger)
Rules of the tag: 01. Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link back to their blog so others can find them.         
                   Thanks Aberdeen and Mariposa!!! 02. List the rules and display an award logo on your blog post. 03. Answer the 11 questions the blogger asked you. 04. Nominate 11 new blogs. 05. Ask the nominees 11 new questions. THE QUESTIONS: 1. What’s your favorite Disney movie(s) (and if you don’t like Disney, then dishonor on you and your cow)?

Tangled, The Lion King, Aladin, Beauty and the Beast, Bambi, The Fox and the Hound, and Bolt. 2. Favorite Christmas song(s) and why?

White Christmas and Let it Snow, because I always wish it would snow at my house. 3. Are you a neat freak or a slob (no offense, I like slobs. They make me look good)?

It depends. I can get in a mood of wanting to be neat, but normally I am a slob. 4. Do you prefer raptors or T. Rexes (ha–you have to answer dinosaurs this time, dr…

20 Questions Book Tag

And I jump right into the questions.... 1. How many books are too many in a series? I would say about seven. Though it is sad when it ends, by this point it just gets old. 2. How do you feel about cliff-hangers? It builds suspense! But I only like it when the next book is within your reach, not when I have to wait a few months for the book to be written or published.

3. Hardcover or paperback?
HARDCOVER!!!! XD  It seems so much more sophisticated, and that way the cover does not get bent so easily, which is one of my pet peeves.  4. Favourite book?  The Secret Garden and A Little Princess  -Frances Hodgson Burnett, Little Women -Louisa May Alcott, Anne of Green Gables - L. M. Montgomery. THESE WILL ALWAYS BE TREASURED CLASSIC STORIES LOVED BY ALL. Is it okay that I chose four? 5. Least favourite book?The Dragon in the Sock Drawer. I read this back in my "dragon phase" (still love dragons XD ) and it was just.... boring. The story just seemed b…

The Mystery Blogger Award

I have been nominated for the Mystery Blogger Award! And to keep up with all my tags, I am posting it early. :)
The Rules: 1. Put the award logo/image on your blog.  2. List the rules. 3. Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog. 

Thanks so much  Kenechi for nominating me!!! I am honored to receive, not my first tag, but first award. 4. Mention the creator of the award and provide a link as well. ( ) 5. Tell your readers 3 things about yourself.  6. You have to nominate 10-20 people.  7. Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog.  8. Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice; with one weird or funny question (specify).  9. Share a link to your best post(s).  NINE RULES! I understand why Kenechi was also overwhelmed.
THREE THINGS ABOUT ME: I name my plants ( they are living TOO! )I listen to older music. (90s, some 80s, etc)I now understand how my other blogger friends feel when they are falling behind on tags ( but thanks SO much b…

Sunny Scribbles #2 - Journal Prompts

Prompts for Journaling1. Write about your calling. What do you feel God calling you to do with your life? If you don't know, write about the possibilities. How do you know it is your calling?2. Write about how you can accomplish your goals NOW .
Write about something you've been telling yourself for a while you were going to do, but still haven't. Write about how you can start NOW. After you write, GO AND DO IT!
3. Write about a time when all the pressure was on you.
Write about when it was all up to you. What did you do? How did you handle the pressure? Do you enjoy being "put on the spot" or does it make you nervous?
4. Write about the struggles you are facing in writing.
This is specifically for combatting writer's block. Write about what you are struggling with in the story that blocks you, and maybe you will get past it.
5. Write from a positive perspective on something you are dreading.
It is always better to look at things in a positive light, even things we a…

Sunny Scribbles #1 - poetry

Sunny ScribblesAnd this is my series for October...

      The way this series will work is each Friday I will post a list of "Sunny Scribbles" or strange writing prompt ideas. Then anyone could try some for themselves  Remember, this helps cure a fatal disease known as (creativity-us shortage- e-- us) commonly known as writer’s block. This first Sunny Scribble is a list of creative  poetry prompts. Go ahead and READ ON!

Poetry Prompts:

1 "I Cannot Write a Poem"

Literally write a poem about how you cannot write a poem! 

2. Metamorphosis 

Write a poem describing the life cycle and transformation of an animal undergoing metamorphosis. ( butterfly, frog, etc. )
3. The changing and moving of the sky

The different shades of color as the sky goes from sunrise to Twilight
4. Waking up in the morning 

This one all depends on your opinion. Are you a morning person or a zombie?                                 ( TITLE EXAMPLES : "The War of Waking" vs "The Starting of …