I am one of those people. One of the ones you see online changing something that is already out there. Plagiarism some call it, others, like me or just appreciators, call it literature. I prefer the latter, naturally. I am a fanfiction writer, I have several stories amongst the millions on Fanfiction.net. It’s not plagiarism […]Read More The Fanfiction Checklist
Ten years ago the Twilight Saga began and I must be honest I have read the series. My excuse I was twelve when I read it so my young mind did not understand why this book was not very good. Now that I am older I realize “wow this book is just not good.” For […]Read More Your Book Isn’t a Vampire Let The Dead Stay Dead
The flying brooms and magic spells in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series may be compelling to a creative mind, but is this series just entertainment? Her works are surely entertaining, but as an avid Harry Potter reader, would not call the books simply “commercial fiction”. From a distant view, a person “knows” the series from […]Read More Harry Potter: Literary Art or Commercial Entertainment?
“Elephants do not become big by reading” is a loosely translated version of a phrase that I often heard as a child. At the time, I didn’t understand why people read. But they didn’t just read. They showed emotions as they read. They cried, laughed out loud, yelled, gasped, etc. But as I grew up, […]Read More Do You Like Reading?
So you want to read a book? I’m sure that whether you are an adamant reader or just getting into the expanding e-book craze, you will find this article eye opening. One must have a great sense of courage when embarking on a new book. We must fully prepare ourselves for the pain, the anger, […]Read More The Art of Reading
In 2006, Allen Lau and Ivan Yuen founded a network called Watt pad in Toronto,Canada. Watt pad is a writing community in which users are able to post articles, stories, fan fictions and poems, either online or through the mobile app. This gives people the chance to have their creative writings available to a wider […]Read More What are the reasons why I love watt pad ?
Why is it that the ones we hold dearest to our hearts eventually get ripped away from us in the blink of an eye? It’s shocking, unpredictable and leaves us stunned for hours or days after the initial shock. The impact of the loss, however, stays with us for a much longer time afterward. Memories […]Read More Paying An Author to Rip out Your Heart: How the Deaths in Harry Potter affected us All.
My favorite phenomena with stories these days, is that there’s almost a guarantee there’s fanfiction of it somewhere on the internet. Fanfiction (in case you might be in the small percentage of people who don’t know what that is) is when you write a story, which is based on an already existing story by a […]Read More Deconstructive Criticism
This post may contain spoilers about the Hunger Games Reading has been a big part of my life since my freshman year of high school. Before this time of my life, I absolutely hated reading for a reason that I can not remember now. Whatever it was, I felt strongly enough about it that I was […]Read More The Feeling Left Behind
Those Who’ve read even a little bit of Hunter S. Thompson know that his style of journalism is, well, unorthodox. There isn’t much room for factual evidence in his writing, and it lends itself to a schizophrenic meandering around different topics, that don’t always seem to have a cohesive whole. A number of his pieces […]Read More How Did Hunter S. Thompson Get a Job As a Reporter?