Hey everyone, and happy thanksgiving!!! I hope you're all having a wonderful day eating turkey and noodles, and remembering to give thanks in all things! And here I am, back with five facts about thanksgiving that might interest you this year! Photo by ASHISH SHARMA on Pexels.com Fact #1:What is the most popular thanksgiving dish? … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
Hey everyone! Today I decided to do something a little different for this week's post, a writing tag I discovered! It looks fun, so I'm going to do it off of one of my side WIPs (Work-In-Progress). So without further ado, let's get into it! Rules Thank the person who tagged you & link to … Continue reading “What’s Your WIP” Tag (and a snippet!)
Hey everyone! So as all Americans must be aware, Tuesday was Election Day! Tuesday also happens to be my day when I put out a new post. However, because of the election and some other crazy stuff that has happened, I was unable to get a post written for this week. So, I decided to reblog this old flash fiction story of mine, which I wrote back in November of 2020! So please enjoy, and I will try to get a new post out next week for you all! Thanks again! ~ Kay Leigh
Well everyone, I haven’t posted in awhile, and so I figured I’d share this old piece of flash fiction I wrote a long while ago. At one time, I considered writing it into a short story, but as of now, it is just going to remain flash fiction. Let me know in the comments below what you think! Enjoy!
The Mission Ticket
Wilbert Rolyat sighed as he looked at his mittened hands, and then slid off his horse. The snow crunched under his feet as he landed lightly. “I have a decision to make, and by golly I’m going to make it!” He looked up at the old train station before him.
This train station wasn’t just any train station, which took passengers from one town to the next. This train station was forbidden to be used by orders of King Andrew Rolyat, Wilbert’s father, except under extreme…
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Hey everyone! Today is the day everyone refers to as "Halloween", or, in ancient times, All Hallows' Eve. Today's post will be explaining some of the history of Halloween, and icons associated with it (such as black cats and the Jack-O'-Lantern). They will also explain why I do not celebrate Halloween as a Christian. Photo … Continue reading Five Facts About Halloween and Why it Exists (and Why I Don’t Celebrate it)
Hey everyone! I'm back with my review for my October read, the Ramparts of Heaven by Gilbert Morris! This is the sequel to the book I read last month, so if you're curious about that, you can check out that post here! Taken from Goodreads The Synopsis (Taken from Goodreads) Two families—the Wakefields of nobility … Continue reading October Read: Ramparts of Heaven
Hey everyone! I'm back with this week's post! This one is on "NaNoWriMo", which stands for National November Writing Month. Most writers have heard of this, but in case you haven't, here's the basic lowdown for it. Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com National November Writing Month is basically an event for writers where you pledge … Continue reading Why I Never Participate in NaNoWriMo
Hey everyone! I'm back with the next part of my serial story! And here we are with the plot twist I've been looking forward to revealing! If you are new to my story, or want a refresher, you can click here to read the first part, or click the "short stories" tab at the top … Continue reading Because We Were Different – Part 25
Hey everyone! Welcome back! I've made a few minor changes around here, if you haven't noticed, so I hope the site is easier to navigate and the ways to connect with me are clearer. Anyways, to the post! I'm doing another special book review on book one of the Ilyon Chronicles by Jaye L. Knight, … Continue reading Book Review: Resistance by Jaye L. Knight
Hey everyone! I'm back with my book review of the book I read for September, Fields of Glory by Gilbert Morris. Next month, I will be reading and reviewing it's sequel, so keep an eye out for that! taken from Goodreads The Synopsis (Taken from Goodreads) Two families--the Wakefields of nobility and the lower-class Morgans--are … Continue reading September Read: Fields of Glory
Hey everyone! Today I’m doing a unique post, gathering all the Christian books or books I’ve found appropriate for Christian audiences in accordance to Scripture. The Bible itself is literature, and it deals with different topics such as violence, sexuality, evil spirits and so on. So the following books that I have listed may deal … Continue reading Fiction Books for Christian Readers