Trigger warnings PLEASE READ BEFORE STARTING:
After his best friend dies Kai writes diary entries to his friend every day. This won't show all of them. Just the interesting bits. I feel the need to add this. This story is based on my personal experience with topics like this which is very limited so I apologise if it's not super accurate and seems a bit unorganised.
This is more of a side project so there is no set update schedule
Shout out to Esfandiar C. Hale and my other idea Contributors (who you should check out!) for helping me with this!
Flowers drawn by: Kate Misra, Dymocs link:https://www.dymocks.com.au/books/?author=kate+misra
I've seen quite a few things like this which are like hobbies blogs and stuff and thaught I would try it out.
Check out Jay Ellis Non-writing works (I got the idea from him)
and RampantStrawberry's Hobbies blog
We will be writing about women's rights, double standards, sexism, and all the shit girls/women go through. This is not saying "All men are the same" shit. This is just real things that we go through. Anyone can read this.
Talia Mako knows that secrecy is vital.
Keeping her abilities under wraps is absolutely necessary, and imperative for every superhuman (even if her friend Caster has something to say about it.). The government’s already bad enough, so who knows what they’d do if they discovered superpowers?
Talia doesn’t want to find out.
… Until she does.
Until a life-threatening incident and a quick slip-up exposes the realm of superhumans for good, and the damage can’t be undone.
Talia’s on her own — her life gets flipped around instantly, and she hates her new way of living. Stuck in one building — the complex of an organization called PowerGen — with about 35 other superhumans, she’s unable to do anything other than train and get taken in for experiments on the rare occasion.
She hates it. Hates it, hates it, hates it.
And yet there’s no going back. Only moving forward. Only changing the life she has now, even if she needs to climb over a mountain of doubt just to do so.
Because if she really wants to get out of here, she can’t stop at just anything.
This content contains depictions of violence, death, mentions of suicide, and moderate language, which may be disturbing for some readers. Viewer discretion advised.
Any (and all of my) Posted Scribblings.
Yeah, I guess the title is pretty indirect as to what this blog is about. But basically, this isfor my (hopefully upcoming?) book series, APS (the books themselves do not have the same meaning as this blog’s title, by the way.) As of October-December 2022, APS is still undergoing a (very painful) rewrite, I'm planning on keeping this blog here for anything related to it: updates, character profiles, random posts, whatever you can think of. I guess it's supposed to help the series in a way.
Anyone else accidentally write "me" instead of "my" and then reread it with a stereotypical Irish accent just for laughs?
EX: "Most of them eye the weapon I have on me belt"
"Me chest deepens just thinking about it"
you know, stuff like thatwill be in here
TITLE : いつも持ち歩く白菊 (Itsumo mochiaruku shiragiku)
The White Chrysanthemum that i always carry.
Misfortune comes in various kinds. Having a steady job, sufficient finances, friends you can trust, and being approached by girls who offer free entertainment at night did not make his heart flutter. The man simply responded to the opportunity that approached him with a polite refusal.
Like a hungry stomach but refuses any food even though it is hungry. All the dishes are there, but he still refuses the dishes. As well as his heart, although there are so many things that make his heart happy, his heart is not happy either.
The story about a man who always carries white chrysanthemums. Chiba Takeichi, worked at the largest software company in Osaka, Japan at that time. His established career, as well as his always friendly and polite attitude to the night butterflies that he always met during the late hours of work made Chiba live like the dreams of young men in general.
When it reversed, does Chiba dream of living as young men in general dream of?
What makes Chiba sad?
Why does Chiba always carry white chrysanthemums?
I hope these dad jokes will make you laugh. Shoutout to my dad, king of dad jokes and my friend whose name is *****, prince of dad jokes.
So i guess it's about time to make a blog on here. it's just going to be filled with random thoughts, maybe some writing prompts, story ideas, stuff like that. yeah, that's it. enjoy, or don't. it's really up to you.
Kind-of taking the idea from Mira....sorry.
Welcome to TBOFC. The Book of Funny Conversations. This is where I will post random conversation that I heard that were absolutely hilarious. I will try to give some context with each so it will make some sense.
And a total bonus for all those who care, everything in here is absolutely clean from swearing and any inappropriateness. You're welcome. :)
I couldn't be bothered making a separate one for everything so I'm making one big one! Updates on writing , questions, character bios, lil extras.
ALL STORY EXTRAS ARE POSTED HERE
"Daddy's Money" is a heartwarming tale of love, loss, and redemption. Margaret has always known a life of privilege and luxury, courtesy of her wealthy father. But when he gets caught embezzling money, Margaret's world comes crashing down. Forced to leave her old life behind, she moves to Michigan and starts over from scratch.
Despite the difficulties, Margaret finds herself falling for Samson, a charming country boy with a passion for caring about animals and art. As they work together on a project, their relationship blossoms and Margaret starts to feel like she's found a place where she truly belongs.
But will Margaret's past come back to haunt her? And can she learn to navigate her new life without relying on her father's money? "Daddy's Money" is a delightful story about finding love and finding yourself.
I will be adding more chapters and editing at random times.
*If you could comment on what you think suggestions are very much welcome and wanted thanks!!!
(I may change the cover but this is just what it is for now)
The link to the Spotify playlist I listen to well writing it has the vibes of the book.
Click here for the Spotify Link!