7 Things to do (Or not to do) In Your First Chapter

Hey everyone! It's been awhile since I did a writing tip. This tip is going to focus on how to craft your first chapter. Oftentimes for beginning writers, the first chapter can be tricky to get down. Today I'm going to show you seven things you should (or shouldn't) do when writing your first chapter. … Continue reading 7 Things to do (Or not to do) In Your First Chapter

A Couple Announcements and My December Read: Tolkien’s Ordinary Virtues

Hey everyone! I'm back with my last book review of the year! This year seemed to just fly by, and I want to thank all you loyal readers for sticking with me. I hope to continue to bring you interesting and engaging content! I'm almost to fifty followers so I'm so grateful for you all … Continue reading A Couple Announcements and My December Read: Tolkien’s Ordinary Virtues

Short Story #2

Hey everyone! So this is coming out really late, I know, but I was super busy today with shopping and other things, so I was unable to write up a post for this week! Now I wanted to write a Christmas story for my blog sometime this year, as I did last year, but so far I haven’t been able to get the time. Anyway, this is a short story I wrote last year for Christmas, which is one of my favorites, so I hope you all enjoy it! Thanks for reading once again! ~Kay Leigh

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Hey everyone! I’m back with my next short story! I can’t really call this one a “Christmas” story in the truest sense of the term, as it’s definitely nothing like the usual happy and cozy Christmas stories everyone’s used to. It’s more of a story with sacrifice, giving, and Christmas tied into it. Basically, the story is what I would call a dystopian-type “Christmas” story. Next week, I’ll have a more traditional Christmas story to share, so stay tuned!

Jesus said that the greatest love one could give is to lay down one’s life for a friend (John 15:13). That is why Jesus came as a baby on Christmas, to teach us His Word, and lay down His life for all of us, even while we were sinners (Rom 5:8). God gave us His greatest gift on Christmas, His Son Jesus, so that we might be saved.

The themes to…

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