Writing to Music 7/8: The Way It Used to Be – City and Color

Happy Saturday everybody. It's tough to add drama to your writing in the summertime. The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and it's already so miserable from the heat that you don't want to make your characters miserable. But every good story needs a bit of conflict, or a bit of sorrow. After all, … Continue reading Writing to Music 7/8: The Way It Used to Be – City and Color

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No Take Back

"No, that one doesn't count!" he shouted into the closed confines of the truck cab. "It's the same one, it just took the off-ramp." Jay looked at Adam and shrugged his shoulders. "Maybe it did. Maybe it didn't. We have no possible way of knowing. All I know is I called it and it's mine." … Continue reading No Take Back

The Guardians of the Relic

Emily Carson is just your typical, everyday girl. She has a solid job at the library. She enjoys spending time with her brother. She's even managed to land Jason, one of the most eligible bachelors in all of Elgin. It's been years since the death of her parents, and everything is finally starting to fall … Continue reading The Guardians of the Relic

The Guardians of the Relic: Ethan Cunningham

  Emily patiently watched him work from across the table. She sat on a large chair. Anyone that sat in Ethan Cunningham’s office would instantly know that he was no ordinary man. The place was a clear indication of his affluence. The brown furniture blended naturally with the rich cream walls. There were some long … Continue reading The Guardians of the Relic: Ethan Cunningham

Second Love Always Wins – Auguste Horan

We were both unhappy with the ones we had, but one day changed it all for the both of us. We started something new before we realized that we both were the soulmates for each other. They say love is a one time thing, but we can prove them wrong with our endless love. Baby, … Continue reading Second Love Always Wins – Auguste Horan