Her passion might have been forgiven if only Galit had managed to bring home a nice Jewitch boyfriend to make her mother and father happy.
Drawing on the stories of the past is nothing new. Fairytales, legends, folktales, and mythologies have their hands in many stories across a variety of genres. Dracula, a personal favorite, has been adapted a thousand times and has come to practically define vampires in fiction ever since its creation. Beauty and the Beast has been … Continue reading Adapting Mythology – How I’ve Used ‘Telephone’ to Enhance Characters
Here's a short story I wrote a while back for a creative writing course, that was later published in the school literary magazine. I think it's got just enough of a touch of horror and paranormal to fit in on this blog, so here you are! If you like what you read, give a like, … Continue reading Edith and the Fairies
CW: birth story and Covid-19 mention Everyone experiences pain in life. It's inevitable that life brings us stubbed toes, broken bones, break-ups, and loss peppered among the birthdays, desserts, weddings, and victories. The inspiration for this post comes from a recent experience of mine - the birth of my baby boy. While I have been … Continue reading When Things Don’t Go Right – Turning Pain into Art
Before getting into writing about polyamory, I feel I should probably explain what it is for those of you may be unfamiliar with this form of relationship. Simply put, polyamory is consensual non-monogamy, and this can take many forms. There are not many examples of polyamory in media and fiction – certainly not positive polyamory. … Continue reading Writing Polyamorous Characters in Romance