Hey everyone! I'm back with another writing related post! This time, I'm going to be talking about epic novels. Basically, the term "epic", in the way I'm using it, refers to a super long plot which usually consists of a series of books to tell the complete story. Think of the Lord of the Rings … Continue reading 4 Pros and Cons to Writing an Epic
Author: Kay Adelin
May Read: Fyodor Dostoevsky
Hey everyone! I'm back with May's book review on the biography of Fyodor Dostoevsky by Peter Leithart. Now, since this is a non-fiction book, there will be no content review, just my own personal one. So let's get started! The Synopsis (Taken from Goodreads) In his twenties, Fydor Dostoevsky, son of a Moscow doctor, graduate … Continue reading May Read: Fyodor Dostoevsky
Because We Were Different – Part 29
I'm back with Part 29 of my sci-fi serial story Because We Were Different! If I stay on schedule, I think there will only be three more parts after this, so thank you to all of you who have stuck with me during this story; I know it's been spread out a lot over the … Continue reading Because We Were Different – Part 29
My Name as an Acronym of Some of My Favorite Characters
Hey everyone! Today I decided to do a random post of making an acronym of my name using some characters from books or games which I like. I'm sure some other people have done this before but I thought of it this morning and thought it would be kinda fun to try! Basically for each … Continue reading My Name as an Acronym of Some of My Favorite Characters
What Non-Fiction Book Should I Read and Review for June?
Hey everyone! I can't believe it's time to pick out June's book already! This year has just flown by! June's theme is non-fiction, and I have a variety of books on different subjects this time! So pick which one you think I should review and look forward to the results! Choice #1: Writing by Faith … Continue reading What Non-Fiction Book Should I Read and Review for June?
8 Things I Use to Help Write a Story/Scene in a Medieval Setting
Hey everyone! I haven't done a writing tip in some time, so I figured this week would be the time to do one. Now this one is a little different as it's more focused on a specific setting: medieval. My favorite setting to write in is medieval. Now, I generally write historical fantasy, which is … Continue reading 8 Things I Use to Help Write a Story/Scene in a Medieval Setting
April Read: The Scarlet Letter
Hey everyone! I'm back with my book review for April on The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. I will just put a disclaimer up front here though -- this book was packed full of symbolism and allegorical meanings. I tried to cover most of them in my Spiritual content overview, but it would mean a … Continue reading April Read: The Scarlet Letter
Because We Were Different – Part 28
I can't believe I'm almost done with this story! If I stay on track, the last part should come out in August or September, and I'm not quite sure what story I'll do after it, if anything. If you all have any ideas or concepts/prompts you'd like me to do, let me know in the … Continue reading Because We Were Different – Part 28
What Biography Should I Read And Review in May?
Hey everyone! Sorry I'm a day late. I've been busy with holiday things, so hopefully now that it's over, I'll be able to stay on track again! I'm back with my book poll of the month. In May, I'll be reading biographies, so I've picked out five biographies for you to pick from for me … Continue reading What Biography Should I Read And Review in May?
April Scripture: Proverbs 12:15-16
Hey everyone! It's time for the first post in April! As you know, April 1st was April Fool's Day, so I decided to open this month up with a Scripture verse from my Bible reading today, Proverbs 12:15-16, which talks about fools. Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Proverbs 12:15-16 says, "Fools think their own way … Continue reading April Scripture: Proverbs 12:15-16