I fell a few days behind, but I caught back up last night! Here are days 8-14 of Inktober 2019 prompted scenes. None of these images are mine, I found them on Pinterest.
So What If?
What if you wrote 250 words per page? What if you wrote 1,667 per hour? What if you wrote 1 hour per day? What if you wrote 200 pages? What if you wrote 50,000 words? What if you could say you did this all on your own? That’s a pretty amazing achievement.
What if you became a story teller?
Without further ado, here are days 2-7 of my Inktober 2019 prompted scenes. None of these pictures are mine - I found them all on Pinterest!
All Alicea wants is a normal life, a normal aunt, a normal experience in public. Instead, loves her insane aunt who always spews nonsense and her days are spent making sure her aunt doesn’t get herself thrown in the loony bin. When her worst nightmare comes to light, Alicea is left scrambling after a white rabbit, leading her to her destiny. It’s time to reclaim the land of Wonder. It’s time to save her throne.
My concept for this story started in my mind in January (2019). All I thought was “Would’t it be fun to write a modernized version of Alice in Wonderland?” But I didn’t want to use the name Alice, so on went my mind as it spun to come up with ideas. now I have finally come up with the concept and so many amazing ideas for the story. I am excited to share this all with you.
Hey everybody! Welcome to my NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) prep for 2019! I figured I should write down all of what I’ve done so far for this year. … I know I totally bombarded you with links and information in this post, but I sincerely hope it helps someone out! If you decide to join Nanowrimo this year, look me up and add me! I go by Mandy_Rose and I have been participating for so many years it’s hard to keep track. It’s a free program, and it’s a challenge against yourself to reach 50,000 words. It sounds unattainable and crazy, I know, but it is totally doable and such a great experience.
Brittany is an Indianapolis native and mother of four. She enjoys watching reruns of Girlfriends and reading mysteries.
Lamar Neal is a poet and author, whose work has been described as "imaginative, mysterious, emotional, and passionate." He has been artistic for as long as he can remember. Years before he ever picked up a pen and paper or laptop to write poetry or stories, he sat in his room recording "television series" with his toys. Inspired by the matters of the heart and soul, music, and the random encounters we experience in life, Lamar takes readers into the world he created. He hopes that his poetry and novels will inspire and bring joy to readers.
I need to find my passion again. I need to find the reason for the words. I need to find the happiness in the words again. And I hope you will join me! I hope someone will return to the basics, whatever their hobby, and find the joy again. Find that passion behind the action. Get your heart back into it. And please, tell me about it! Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, or here on my website. Comment below if you are going to join on this challenge with me! Share this post and commit by telling your social media followers that you will be finding your passion again.
A secret message hidden inside of an antique wooden box, an unidentified dead body, and a mother determined to marry her off to the high school crush whom she hasn’t seen since…well…high school. There’s no doubt about it; Finn Bartusiak’s life in the seaside town of Port New is about to get interesting.
Coming into possession of a 19th -century, bronze and mahogany writing box under somewhat suspicious circumstances, Finn’s accidental discovery of a coded note leads her and Spencer Dane, bestselling novelist and love of her life (though he doesn’t know it yet), on a quest to unravel the mystery behind the jumble of letters. But they’re not the only ones interested in the cryptic message. There’s a conman on their trail, and he’ll stop at nothing, including murder, to claim the ‘treasure’ for himself.