@oliviaActive 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Sure thing! I only wrote the first draft so far and it’s pretty bad, so I can get back with you after I write the second draft.Though I’m not sure when that will be, since I just started working on a new story for a break and to learn more about the main things in storytelling, like plotting everything out first, character arcs, and so…[Read more]
Oh, that sounds cool! It is rather difficult trying to put your own story into six words though, or it was for me anyway. I was like “there’s so much to it that I can’t just do six words!” 😛 Haha
Ya, it’s a nice post to come back into the community with. 🙂 Nice to meet you too! *waves back* I’m actually not sure how…[Read more]
@imwritehere1920 Sounds cool, but I think I’ll skip.
I know, same! It was fun writing them.
I know, the one about Josh is really sad, but the idea isn’t mine. I got it from a book I recently read, called The Brotherhood by Jerry B Jenkins. It was really good, though sad.
Haha, you caught me! I wasn’t going to do it since I…[Read more]
No problem! It was fun.
By the way, how do you know my mom likes you? 😉 Haha
Hello! Thank you for making this post. Super cool idea, by the way!
Haha, I like those best too, though the last one is my WIP, so I like that one too.
I don’t always think about how I organize things because usually it just comes naturally. But when I think about it, I guess I organize on paper. I love getting out a fresh sheet of paper and outlining ideas for stories or other things, wether writing related or not. Sometimes I use Google Docs, but I prefer paper and pens. 🙂
I really like yours! They’re so good!
1. Love thrown to the wind. Forgotten.
2. “Here lies beloved Josh. Forever three.”
3. Hidden jewels. Forgotten lives. Eternal light.
4. Reunited twins. Strong friendship. Sacrificial love.
It’s totally fine, I haven’t been on here in a while either for the same reason.
Ya, I noticed some that he mentions food when they eat. But I didn’t think about it that it’s probably to show the difference between the different cultures of each people group. I like that though.
The growth after a fire is always really lush and I like it…[Read more]
Olivia Catherine commented on the post, Why Memorable Writers Need to Experience Real Adventures 1 month, 3 weeks ago
It definitely is! 🙂 Half the winter is spent playing hockey and sledding. 😉 Haha, not quite, but my brother and I do play hockey a few times every week.
Oh, nice! That’s a cool form to make art in, and I like the scene you chose to draw of Lucy at the Reaping.
Wow, that is really old. Guess he wasn’t ready to relinquish his hold on running the country yet though. 😉 Haha, I’m sure he wouldn’t ever have been until he died.
Ya, the open-endedness of Lucy’s end is good.
Yup, so true! But though it definitely wasn’t my favourite book ever, it was okay.
Oh, that’s cool! What form of art do you make fan art with? Like Drawing, painting, etc.
I feel bad for Tigris too, but I guess we can only imagine what happened between them…
Same! I thought of him as like seventies at the latest, but I…[Read more]
Ya, same with me. In the beginning I thought he was okay, but wasn’t sure how he could go from being pretty nice (sometimes) to what he is in the Hunger Games, so I was a little wary of him even though I sorta wanted to like him. But it’s true that I really didn’t like him even more at the end. I listened to the songs and they are cool! 🙂 I like…[Read more]
I’ll try to remember to look those up tomorrow. He definitely did not! I was so mad at him at the end of the book. I don’t care if he went through a lot in life and simply needed some counselling, what he did just made me mad, even though I knew where he was going to end up since I’d read the Hunger Games before.
Haha, yes,…[Read more]
Sorry it took me so long to read over this!
My initial thoughts are that it is definitely very descriptive, sometimes overly so, though I think you may know that already by requesting advice. The overall scene isn’t bad, it’s just sometimes the description can get to be a little much. Not to say that it all needs to go. Quite a bit…[Read more]
Awesome! I’m glad to have been of service. 🙂
Oh cool, I might look her up! Sounds interesting.
Aww, good! I’ve read quite a few books where people tell the stories of previous history through songs and it’s really cool, so that’s a good idea. Glad you have ideas!
Yes! I made these points up as I was trying to think of…[Read more]
Accidentally posted the other one before I was done answering your previous post. xP
Ya, I’m excited, even though I haven’t done much for it yet. I have a friend who’s been blogging for a few years now and I love her blog, so I’ll definitely get her to help me a lot. I agree. It would be better for me to take my time and have everything…[Read more]
No kidding! He does have a lot of songs in his stories, but I sorta like it. If they’re too long then it gets sorta boring, but I like the uniqueness of it.
Wow, that would be so weird to actually see the fires! I saw the place that is only about ten minutes out of town where the fire went through and burned just about everything, and it…[Read more]
I haven’t really tried adding poems or songs to my stories, but I do write both, so let me see if I can help at all. 🙂
First things first, I agree that songs included in stories are really cool, and when I was reading The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, I’d make up a little tune in my head for each song. So yes, I think it’s…[Read more]
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