Leandra here! Today, I'm highlighting my story "The Fifth Avenue Twins." This story (and its sequels) were immensely fun to write because of the character creation involved! I loved coming up with personalities, powers, and aesthetics for Josephine, James, and everyone else. This canon does have periodical installments, so, if you like this, be sure to check out the sequels, "Magpie, Magpie" and "The Hudson Murders," and keep an eye out for more stories with the Garfield twins.
Today, Gwen presents the first spooky story of the month.
So, for this month, we have been going back and highlighting each others' stories. This week, it's Gwen's turn to spotlight a Leandra story! I love "Snow White in the Woods" because of the remade fairy-tale aspect. I think Leandra did a stunning job putting the focus back on good relationships with those in our own family, and the character motives seem very realistic. So without further ado, I would like to present Leandra Ranger's "Snow White in the Woods."
In honor of October, here are some tips for writing horror stories.
Leandra here! I am excited to highlight my favorite story of my co-blogger, Gwen Cosmos. Though there she has many excellent stories, I like "Apocalyptica" the best because, in the end, it is the story of sisters.
This October officially marks the 13th month of this blog; it's our one year anniversary!
“Oh, go away,” growled Anna, rolling over in bed. Feed them once and you’re stuck for life.
Look up the meaning of your name and base a superhero or supervillain on it.
Today, Gwen brings you a bit of historical fiction from the great Roman Empire. We hope you will enjoy this short story!
Take your favorite classic story that you have one major issue with (maybe you didn't like the ending or a particular character annoyed you), rewrite it in modern times, and fix that issue.