I would like to thank you for all the wonderful comments and support. You are limitlessly fantastic and I hope you know how much you’ve made me laugh, smile, and beam with pride from your wonderful words.
I’ve gotten requests to write more short stories here on this blog and that’s exactly what I’m going to do. I’m going to post much more frequently throughout the week with new flash fiction pieces. I’ll still blog a few rants and observations about life, reading, and writing, but this blog will now feature more stories than ever before.
If there’s anything you’d like me to write about, please leave a comment below, I would love to hear your opinion.
There will be a brand new flash fiction piece tomorrow, and it’s unlike anything I’ve ever done before, so I’d love to know what you think of it.
Once again, thank you for being the supportive fantastic creature you are. I’m amazed at how far a few words can travel across the world and reach us all. Stay tuned, we’re about to have all kinds of fun. I hope you’re having a fantastic day.
Ah yes, it’s time to make some confessions on what I’ve been reading. First, I’d like to thank the elusive and Norwegian Markus Røe for tagging me in this post.
What a surprise, I didn’t see this coming. I’m still fidgeting in my seat like an overly caffeinated toddler on his way to Disney World.
Hey guys, we’re going to do something a little different today. Today we have a guest blog post by Ashtyn Stann, who is a obsessively rampaging reader and book blogger. She does awesome book blogging at her website Wonderland’s Reader, and you should follow her on Twitter if you’re not already @AshtynStann. Since she has read *counts on fingers, toes, teeth, blades of grass, loses count* an unbelievable amount of books and reading is her specialty, she’s here to tell us what exactly makes a book good. So cue the overly dramatic drumroll, pop some popcorn, and let’s get this party started. Take it away Ashtyn…
Okay, do you remember when I started writing a novel a few months ago? Well I’m in the process of revising it at this moment, and I hope to turn it into a sparkling jewel of a story. But while it’s in the revision stages, I have another project I’ve been carefully crafting these past few weeks. Continue reading