The tea was getting cold. Peter scowled at the liquid in the porcelain cup for a good three minutes before calling his wife. “Arlette, my tea’s gone cold. Get me a new one, and hurry this time,” he ordered. Arlette smiled and took the cup obediently, then sighed as soon as the kitchen door shut […]
Distorted Reality. This is a new poem that I’ve written for Triond.com and I would love you to read it and give me some feedback! Oh, and while you’re at it, please read my other poem, The Serpent.
Wither, the first novel in Lauren DeStefano’s Chemical Garden Trilogy, is a dystopian tale of arranged marriage and secret love. There is a healthy dose of disturbing details in this book also, but it is very elegantly and eloquently written. (I’m going to take this opportunity to issue a SPOILER ALERT, just in case!) In a […]
So, since I am a poor person, I have decided to start writing on Helium.com. Basically, you write articles/poetry/stories/etc (based on the available “assignments”) and you get a portion of the revenue. It’s not a lot, but it’s more than $0, which is my current income, being a high school student and all. Just thought […]
Writers are like snowflakes: no two are exactly alike. We all have different methods, unique inspirations, techniques that work for us but may turn out horrendously for another writer. Just as the plotting vs. writing-as-you-go methods are widely debated and compared, as are the chronological vs. all-over-the-place writing. Personally, I would prefer to write everything in chronological […]
Road Trip Wednesday is a ‘Blog Carnival,’ where YA Highway‘s contributors post a weekly writing- or reading-related question that begs to be answered. In the comments, you can hop from destination to destination and get everybody’s unique take on the topic. So, what do I love about writing? To be honest, this is difficult for me, […]