A Story Brings Everything Around

A story will convey that joy into a person’s life. For a story that shall open up into a unique figure. Requiring so many things and put it altogether. Everyone has a different story. A story will bring that humanity altogether. Making it a lot more common than ever. In general every person will create… Continue reading A Story Brings Everything Around


List of Books I Read in 2017

January: ⁃ “The Promise: A Tragic Accident, A Paralyzed Bride, and The Power of Love, Loyalty, and Friendship” By: Rachelle Friedman ⁃ “Dear America: Cannons at Dawn” By: Kristiana Gregory ⁃ “Little Girl Lost” (short story) By: Mia Marconi ⁃ “Fifty Shades Darker” (reading it again) By: E.L. James ⁃ “Much Loved” (reading it again)… Continue reading List of Books I Read in 2017

A Story Beyond

  There's a story everywhere. Everyone has a story, particularly from their own little mind. The story can be about anything at all. It's different, probably not even the same. A story requires some strength and power to complete. A story can be discovered or heard all over. When you know about a story, a… Continue reading A Story Beyond

Quiet In Peace 

She feels peacefully beyond silence. Silence is what make her feel at peace. She only does that for a little while so that she can have some time for herself. She finds a place to sit or lie down and relax in peace and silence. During that moment she'll have either written, meditates, or daydreaming.… Continue reading Quiet In Peace 

My Own Version of a Cinderella Story 

[This is my own version of the Cinderella tale. Cinderella is "Ella". Her mother and stepsister are not vicious. The fairy godmother is actually "Ella's" godmother and doesn't have magic.] Young, Ella is beautiful and charming. She lives with her mother and her father. She enjoys her life and her charming family. One day her… Continue reading My Own Version of a Cinderella Story 

Letter to Fictional Characters: The Fault in our Stars 

[I once again will write a missive to a fictional character. This time it will be three parts. I'm proceeding to write three letters from the book and movie "The Fault in our Stars". The three roles are: Hazel, Augustus, and Issac.] Dear Hazel Grace,          You've found your path out of… Continue reading Letter to Fictional Characters: The Fault in our Stars 

Mental Illness

I'm starting to write about mental illness. Mental illness is sometimes pretty scary. After being treated you'll feel better and live a normal lifespan. I've been suffering from depression and anxiety since I was in my teens. It's alright, I'm coping with it. I discover lots of stories and documentaries about mental illness. Most of… Continue reading Mental Illness