Category Archives: Writing

Written by Eirian Houpe

Throwing Down a Gauntlet

For those of you following along, those of you that love to write as well as to read, I’m issuing a friendly challenge.  Come and join us over at The Writer’s Block.  There, you’ll find a ‘first line’ prompt each … Continue reading

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Meet Amasiah Denzyl

This is not exactly an excerpt, per se, rather it is a short vignette written in response to the monthly ‘first line’ prompt over at The Writer’s Block, and a way to tease, and introduce Amasiah Denzyl – the major antagonist from Butterfly Raven. Enjoy. Continue reading

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Resource For Writers

On my travels today, I came across a site that posts monthly prompts as starting points for pieces of writing.  They accept all genres of writing, including fan fiction, and invite writers to post either the work, or a link … Continue reading

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A Big To Do… and Other Moments of Helpful Procrastination.

Why lists aren’t the demons I thought they would be. Continue reading

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Thorns In the Garden of Roses

October 27th’s episode of ABC’s Once Upon A Time, entitled Beauty brought the series-long back and forth that is Rumbelle’s relationship to its ‘final conclusion.’ We saw them live out their life together, happily, blissfully peaceful and so obviously deeply, … Continue reading

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Sneaky Peek

I’m not going to do this every time…  but I guess I’m happy and surprised at how much I actually got written last week, so in honor of that, here’s a quick, sneak peek at where the stranded colonists find themselves … Continue reading

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A Bigger Piece of Paper

The week just coming to a close was spring break. Perfect opportunity for me to sit down and catch up with all the writing that I need to do.  Well… okay, so it didn’t quite work out that way, but … Continue reading

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