Today, we discuss some accepted but very creepy written romance tropes you should avoid. NOTE: Though nothing is graphic, we do discusses emotional and physical abuse, mental illness, and sexual harassment and assault. Please be careful and take care of yourselves.
This month, the writers are back on track, and, this week, Gwen Cosmos presents a poem that she hopes you all will enjoy. Happy Valentine's!
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Write a story based off of your favorite romantic poem.
Today, Gwen takes us on an adventure into the dark and scary woods. We hope you will enjoy the story.
Make up an urban legend or rewrite/explain an old one.
“Look, Ellen, you’re in the news!” Mom put her holo-pad in public viewing mode to show me the article, which proudly displayed my image with the caption, “Ellen Li: Earth’s Most Familiar Alien.”
Today, we have some writing tips about getting over writer's block.
Just to update (and get one more post in during 2017), we wanted to let you know that we have added a new option on our navigation menu.
While traveling the world, Courage found a house. It was decently large and all stone, with two huge wooden doors carefully worked with iron. There were no windows and no other doors (Courage checked), just the big ones. Just as strange and exciting was the fact that it was all by itself in the middle of a forest. With such unique mystery, Courage couldn’t help but want to explore.