okay, perhaps the wind was a little too strong but it wouldn’t matter in the end as long as she didn’t get too lost galoshes up to her knees covered in nature […]xxvii. just a young gun — finding serendiipitii
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it was costly to be what she was a toll for a soul, a coin for a nap while the raven’s eye watched soulfully like odin’s, but kinder at least to her – […]xxii. souls sold in silence — finding serendiipitii
gripped around warmth and song, caressing sharp teethand kissing bloodied lips. no screaming, just silence set against the crashing waves on an unexplored shoreline, breaking and sliding back with contentment. reminders embodied in stainless steel and gemwork tossing and turning on the thought of filling your hands and emptying herself. a grasp that never slips, […]the shape of your hands — finding serendiipitii
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Creating characters is my absolute favourite part of the writing process. I thrive on the sheer number of paths you can take to create justonecharacter with their personalities, traits, quirks, wants and needs, back stories – the list is endless! But dreaming up one isn’t just about hair length, eye colours, if they are left handed or right handed. They need to be more than their physicalpresence, and I know not everyone may think that an infinite number of ideas is as much fun, so let’s take a look at a couple things that can be considered when you’re creating a character.
What is the most important thing about this character that you want people to notice?
A character both carries and is carried by everything that happens within your story. That means all eyes will be trained on them, and people are going to analyze what role…
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I am a gallery, long floored and wide brimmed no footsteps from tourists have padded these halls, signs suggesting an escape from my reality are nonexistent.these white-washed walls stand at attentionfor my eyes only; examining the lives I lived many moons before. The doors […]I am a gallery — finding serendiipitii
This poem placed 3rd in a national contest by the National Poetry Institute of Canada and is © Ashley Gallaher-Pollard, an amazing poet and I am proud to say a close friend. Follow the link, you will enjoy her blog and her artistry with words.
Do not fall in love with a writer. They can paint with colors that you have never heard of before, and create new worlds with one strong emotion. They have a heart that outstrips any fuel source, and is full of butterflies and frustration. They come alive in the early hours of morning, when […]Do not fall in love with a writer. — finding serendiipitii
Another installment of the Multiverse as Lillith tries to figure out what is happening in her little corner of the After-Life. Follow her whole story at Graves Publications Mulitverse but in the meantime check out the latest from the link below.
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Mastering the Multi-Verse © Christine Graves @ Graves Publications
and you’ve never tasted the Universe until you count the stars that have settled in your irises, and match them to hers; there is harmony within their fingers, tracing black and white down their temples ancient symbols of becoming one whole and you would never have guessed, never seen it coming, if she had told […]just bliss. — finding serendiipitii
This is a fanfiction I’ve been writing loosely, and is based on Cyberpunk 2077. This small series contains spoilers for the game Cyberpunk 2077, as well as some violence. V. Living legend of Night City, Heywood born and bred, a street kid to a fault, and the best damn merc the Afterlife has seen. She’s […]Never Fade Away, Part 1 — finding serendiipitii