RWBY-fan-poems? I guess that's a thing now. 😛 I was going through my drafts folder and happened upon this non-rhyming mess. It's probably told from the perspective of someone watching the Vytal Festival tournament, someone who only knew Pyrrha for her celebrity status, and not Jaune. Surely millions of other citizens of Remnant admired Pyrrha … Continue reading I’m 95% sure this poem’s about Pyrrha Nikos
I find myself writing about the weather once more. This was written in the midst of an unexpected winter blizzard. Here's hoping the weather's a bit more springlike by the time this post comes out! My goodness, Winter You said you'd never come back After our last fight After that last flight You ran … Continue reading Oh, Winter
Happy New Year, everyone! (As usual, I'm a bit late in wishing people things.) Let me tell you, I've always wanted to write a Doctor Who fanfiction about Jenny (the Doctor's daughter) and a certain hit song by Tommy Tutone. Well, here's a little something I wrote in literally three minutes. (This one's for the … Continue reading “Jenny” – a Flash Fiction
At full height, she barely reached Logan's shoulder, which meant she was still pretty short. Her dark hair flowed freely down to her waist. He could also see tiny letters stitched onto the breast pocket of her black jumpsuit. X-23, HYDRA. Logan had his answer now, and he didn't like it one bit.
One of the books I inherited from my grandmother's personal library was The Return of Hyman Kaplan by Leo Rosten. It is the sequel to the infamous Education of Hyman Kaplan, which Rosten penned under the sagely-sounding pseudonym, Leonard Q. Ross. I read them both, out of order, and enjoyed them immensely. The Hyman Kaplan … Continue reading A Hyman Kaplan Fanfic Excerpt and One Lengthy Introduction
Hello Mother, hello Father.... (If anyone knows what I'm referencing and you're under fifty, you're officially cool in my book.) I'm a camper at the idyllic, online retreat writers know to be Camp NaNoWriMo (not Granada), where people who can't make the November event or just want an additional similar challenge over the summer can … Continue reading Greetings from Camp NaNoWriMo + Short Story
I mentioned earlier that a Figment user has been sharing her daily writing prompts with us. Today, I was inspired to write a short piece based on her latest prompt: Put two people who hate each other in an elevator for 12 hours. What happens? Naturally, it had to be about Cece and Jack. 😉 … Continue reading “Stuck in an Elevator”