“Sorry, I don’t understand.” Mrs. Wu said slowly and loudly. This happened often since the local university participated in a cultural exchange program for students. Of course, they had to speak some English to attend school here, but since both they and the Wu’s had heavy accents it was difficult for them to understand one … More Celestial Trinity – Chapter One
-Alex’s Perspective- Alex gazed out the window in homeroom. It was the beginning of his junior year at Lone Star High School, and although things were going well in his life he couldn’t shake the feeling that there was something missing in his life. Currently, a bird had his attention. It was fluttering in the … More It Started With A Smile – Chapter One
Greetings my dreamers! I have decided that I want to get back to writing on a regular basis, but I find my issue is that I don’t have enough feedback. I mean, what’s the point of writing if nobody reads your story, right? However, the problem is that I’m worried my bigger projects like the Fabled, … More Weekly Story Entry
Image by Martina-G Greetings my dreamers, It’s been quite some time since I last posted an entry, but I am hoping that will be changing soon. My husband and I have finally settled in Houston, and we are looking to get internet set-up in our place as soon as it becomes available.
Greetings dreamers, As some of you might remember, I posted a short story a while back based on a writing prompt I had seen on reddit. I decided to revise it and share it once again for those who are new. I will post the prompt at the end of the story so it won’t … More Short Story – “Don’t Leave Me.”
When discussing literary theory, the best place to start is deconstructing what literary theory consists of. So, what is literary theory? It is the practice in which you utilize different lenses to analyze literature, art, and even culture. (Brizee et al., 2015) Some examples of these lenses, or better known as theories, are as … More Homosexuality and Subconscious Thought: An Analysis of Kafka’s Metamorphosis
Spirited Away is, arguably, one of Hayao Miyazaki’s most beloved and memorable creations to date. It was released on July 20, 2001, and the North American version stars Daveigh Chase, Jason Marsden, and Suzanne Pleshette. It is a Japanese animated film produced by Studio Ghibli that was distributed worldwide by Disney studios. The fictitious film … More Spirited Away to the Wonderful Land of OZ