I suck at figuring out the genres of books and I have no idea what reading category I fall into!
My favorite books are:
Life of Pi - Yann Martel
Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbovsky
God-Shaped Hole - Tiffanie Debartolo
It - Stephen King
Percy Jackson series - Rick Riordan
The Hunger Games series -...
Second oldest sister:
Baby of the family (the youngest):
I’m writing a book that takes place in salem and is about witches and warlocks and I want my characters to have unusual mysterious and dark sounding last names that to separate them apart from my non witch/warlock characters like I have a witch character who’s name is Scarlett Blackwood and is called Star for...
Jules Verne was an imaginative genius 100 years ahead of his time. He wrote of a marvelous submarine, a record-breaking trip around the world, a journey to the center of the earth, a flight to the moon.
Alright so I've recently been writing a book series, it's not the first time I've done this, I've written books as a hobby before.
Anyway this series is going well and all , but for some reason I feel like the first book is weaker than the second and third. I learned a lot about writing,...
well it won't be in the science section. there is no evidence yet of aliens
Seven years ago, I left my two laptops (that weren't working) back in Tennessee. In my own opinion, I was getting so much better than when I started out writing. I had ideas for episodes of two TV shows I had created. I had ideas for movies.
That hurt me and there was no such thing as writing in the future...
I’m currently working on a story that’s set during the medieval time period. I started using contractions but then got to thinking, I believe contractions weren’t used until 1600. So while writing the story should I refrain from my characters using contractions while speaking?
So, I've been writing a story, a ghost story of sorts. One main character is a regular human, the other is a ghost (obviously). I've written all the way up to them meeting, but now I have kind of hit a dead end. Got any ideas to help me out?
None - just fragments that you are told to read.
It was actually mentioned in the book that the Sorting Hat did seriously consider Ravenclaw for her. The sorting isn't based purely off intellect though, it examines your overall character. In the end it decided she was a better fit for Gryffindor.