Tag: writing challenge

Beniarda
Posted in Travels Writing

When In Another Time started

It’s the second week since NaNoWriMo ended. In Another Time is still in progress. I want to talk about where and what inspired the story…

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Posted in Monday musing

And so November ends

Unlike the main character of my book. We can’t go back in time. Even though I want to brag about finishing a novel in one…

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Posted in Teasers Writing

Third Teaser’s a charm!

It’s only 7 days left of NaNoWriMo and I’m far behind but I’ll keep going. By the way, In Another Time is narrated in two…

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Posted in Teasers Writing

Another Teaser

More NaNoWriMo update! Today I’m here to share another tidbit of this time travel romance story. In Another Time. β€œWait, abuela!” Leonardo said. He raise…

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Posted in Micro-Stories

99 words prompt #3

β€œWho want avocado?” I asked one day.
My husband smiled. I already expected it when he joked, β€œAh that tasteless fruit?”
I used to have friendly banter with him about it. Avocado is one of my favorite fruits. I won’t let anyone make fun of it. However, today I only made a face…

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Posted in Teasers Writing

In Another Time Teaser

It’s been one week since National Writing Month started. It’s fun, but I’m also feeling the heat. Damn hard to manage my blog, deal with…

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Posted in Teasers Writing

Starting with “In Another Time”

As I mentioned in my November 1 post, I’m joining NaNoWriMo challenge. This year I’ll be writing a time travel story. They said that there’s…

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Posted in Writing

Stuck in between

I’ve always been a pantser ever since I started writing stories back in 2012. After all, I never plan anything when I write poems, I…

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microfiction
Posted in Micro-Stories Writing

Word challenge: Pique

You know the feeling when everything seems meaningless? Have you ever felt it?

I’m a healthy nineteen-year-old boy, wait, a handsome nineteen-year-old Filipino man, hehe, and that’s exactly what I was feeling when a chicken gave me β€œthe look” I’m not joking!

I was sitting on the park bench watching people skittering from each other and give that awkward smile. Social distancing has made a lot of people paranoid, even a loner like me want to cringe at how uncomfortable everyone…

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Posted in Micro-Stories

99 words prompt #2

When I was a little girl, my grandfather told me, “Jen, remember there’s a spirit within everything,” he stretched his wrinkled fingers toward the mountains. “Even the grass and the trees got spirits, so be kind toward them. They will never fail you.”
Because grandpa was my favorite, I listened and treated everything with care. It was during my teens when I got lost in the forest with my sister. I heard a soft voice “this way.”

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Posted in Micro-Stories

99 words prompt

The first time the government implemented lockdown, I thought this will be over soon. But many months later we’re still stuck at home. Worse, we receive news that Reyna, the loving mother, grandma, and mother-in-law passed away in her sleep…

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Posted in Pictures Writing

I write like who?

Thanks to Jim Borden for introducing me to this app called “I Write Like” I don’t like comparing myself to other writers, but curiosity wins…

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