Constituents are parts that make up a whole. Nouns, verbs, and other parts of speech combine to make phrases. A single phrase or a collection of phrases constitute a clause, and a clause or a collection of clauses form a sentence. This is where things get interesting. Ever wonder why English speakers of various backgrounds … Continue reading Constituents: It’s All Been Said Before
I haven't written many death scenes, so this was practice. Finished in August 2019.
Most of my writing of late has been dedicated to my workshop story, Autumn Festival. This one by far looks to be my best work, containing a protagonist that is round and dynamic and static characters that, while sometimes flat, have personalities that excite at every dialogue line. Upon completion it will be about ten … Continue reading Recent Writing Goals
The most inspirational speech in the world? An exercise in writing absurdity. Finished in February 2019.
A Muslim woman must cope with her bad luck finding relationships, hatred of her city, and fear of taking chances. Finished in April 2019.