Storyworld First: Create a unique fantasy world came last night when I was eating dinner. IT WAS A HUGE SURPRISE! I didn't know that I was going to receive it yesterday! I'm so glad! There are.... *goes to check* *comes right back* 166 awesome pages that will help you in your writing process! I'm only on like... the fourth page and I think it just saved my life. IT'S WONDERFUL! But now, I shall begin my fan-fiction story!
No one would know where I disappeared to. Some would call me Bat-girl's sister, others would call me the long lost daughter of Batman. But, actually, I'm kind-of both. I'm the CONducTOR, or CONTOR, for short, but, I'm the person who puts the Justice League on their mission. Who knew I would do a sleuth mission on my own soon.
In honer of the creators of the Justice League, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aqua Man, Both Green Lanterns (John Stewart and Hal Jordan), J'onzz J'onezz: The Martian Man Hunter and Flash, we have made the NeX Gen of the Justice League. We not only save earth, but we save other planets as well, and some of the Nex Gen of the Justice League members are trying to reconstruct Superman's home planet, Krypton.
Gotham City is now a peaceful city, nothing bad ever happens there anymore and Smallville has gone out of existence. But, enough with history, I'm Beatrice Wayne. The great granddaughter of the first Batman. And it's my job to give all the NeX Gen of the Justice League their missions. I sit at a giant computer, staring at its screen, and occasionally, train with my brother and sister, Batboy and Batgirl. The Mission Leaders.
I didn't realize that sending Batboy's Alpha Squad to Smallville and Batgirl's Omega Squad to Gotham would mean trouble... Big trouble...
"CONTOR! Do you have my team's mission ready yet? They are waiting in the lounge," Batboy asked impatiently, whipping aside his dark black hair and putting on his mask.
"Yup, I do!" I exclaimed as my green eyes scanned the computer screen for the mission location. "Your re-con mission is located at.... What?!"
"What is it?" Batboy questioned.
"Y-Your re-con mission is in.... Smallville," I slowly said.
"But Smallville's suppose to be... desolate," he muttered.
"According to my computer, we're getting a lot of signs of... human life." I quickly searched through my computer to see if I was jetting hijacked or something, but it was acting normal.
Both me and my brother were shocked. How could something like this possible happen?
"I'll go, and if my team needs any help, I'll call in," he said quietly.
I nodded and hugged him. I hope this will successfully be a re-con mission, and that no one has to intervene. He assured me that everything was going to be alright, that he had Robin with him, and so, he ran off to the lounge room to his awaiting team members.
Immediately after he left, I went straight to see where my sister, Batgirl, and her team was going. If I thought Smallville was a shock, this one made me fall on the ground. Batgirl... received.... Gotham City. But, we fought all the crime there, what possible could be happening there?
My sister walked in and glared at me, saying, "Where to 'Contor'?"
"Gotham City," I replied straightforwardly.
"What? But--we fought--all of the crimes--didn't we?" She stuttered.
"I'm not sure, but by the looks of it, the condition seems to be getting worse," I pointed to a yellow dot that began turning the color red.
"Then I'm on my way," she cried out full of spirit.
"But, be careful," I warned. "I have a feeling that this won't be any re-con mission like we hoped."
Thanks everyone for reading! This is only part one so look for the NeX Gen Justice League: Part 2 next Monday and expect part 3 on Friday!
Now, I'm going to tell you the secret to writing. The secret is: believe in yourself that you can create worlds without end. Believe in yourself that you can create the most perfect (or as perfect as you can get) villains and heroes/heroines. Believe in yourself that you can create a book that makes your readers smile, laugh, cry, and sad.
All you have to Believe.
Some writers like to type their manuscript up or to write it. For me, I write it on the computer, because, my hands just type away. I don't have control over them. They release my inner anger onto my MC, they release my inner happiness and make the most beautiful world, they create creatures that have never existed before and all I do is watch. My fingers try so hard to make a world that can't be compared to anything there is before.
Other writers like to use pen/pencil and paper (I'm kind of jealous because most writers who write on paper have such neat handwriting... and sometimes they use calligraphy pens, but their work is still so gorgeous). Writing on paper for me, actually makes me have the most writers block (which is super strange because I just do the same thing I would do if I'm writing on the computer). But, that's just for me. Others have the same... what's the word... Magic when they're writing on paper, which I think is amazing.
Whenever I write, I've got to get inspired to write about what I want to. Like, if I want to write about the Civil War and I do a bunch of research about it, but when I start writing it,I don't want to write it. I'm not in the mood to. I don't feel as if this is the story I should be writing, when there is something else in my heart saying, 'I'm the one. Please story ignoring me and let our destiny be fulfilled.'
So I start a new story, and leave that Civil War story for another day. Sometimes, I have the same reaction that I had with the Civil War book, so instead I decided to do a brand new story. A story that I didn't even know existed. And it's the NEW BOOK that I'm writing. So I'm really excited that I finished a whole chapter for it in a week; and it's a really great.
But, it's that I believed in myself that I could write a story. It's the greatest feeling to actually believe in yourself and someone who encourages you enough that they have started in the path of their own dream (right now, I'm talking about Charisma and the Go Teen Writer Community. They have been such a blessing in my life that it is unbelievable.)
Not only has the Go Teen Writer Community made me a better writer, it has made me believe in myself way more than I ever had before.
(Writing my Fan Fiction Story Tomorrow, not today. Sorry!)
And now it has begun...
THAT I MUST TELL YOU SOMETHING! Something so important, that I may not be squealing in my seat. I'm starting the fan-fiction story tomorrow.
So Keep Your Eye Out!
Okay, all of you know that I'm going to Teen Author Boot Camp and all that great and jazzy stuff..., right? Okay, good. So my mom said, 'Please help Bianca not to be so stressed." She didn't say anything in perticular, but I have a strange feeling that she meant Teen Author Boot Camp. Because, lately, I've been asking Charisma, "What should I wear?", "Should my hair be up or down?", "Do you think I should by some Oxfords and wear them?" and I have a TON more questions I was asking her. I would like to make a good impression! And by the way, in case you haven't noticed, I really don't care about how I look, if my hair should be up or down, or what type of shoes I should wear. I HAVE NEVER CARED... Until now. For me, I think I should be worrying about this because there are going to be Published Authors... AND AGENTS! -_- It would be embarrassing if I tripped or something... *sigh* Sometimes I think I'm going to be a major flip-up when something exciting happens; and honestly, I feel as if I've wanted this my whole entire life.
When I was younger, I could fib. I could lie straight out and no one would know it (well, I could now, but no one would trust me. And trust is something that must get earned), but I would like to be able for people to trust me with their secrets and all. Also when I was younger, I would write terrible stories everywhere. I started one in Kindergarten, when first grade rolled around I started writing stories on the computer (I've been homeschooled all my life), and ever since then, I just write. I gave up writing for a time till two years ago, when someone gave me the site 'Go Teen Writers'. Then, a little piece of me, that had grown so small, maybe as small as a salt grain, jumped out to me and said, "You've read great stories, you've been transported to Narnia, the Wizarding World, and even London. You wanted to be able to bring that magic to others, so why give up now?"
I opened up to that small piece of me, and let it grow into something so big, that's pretty much all I can think about. I think about writing, I write about writing, I talk about writing, I dream about writing, I do everything with writing now. Writing has become my inspiration, my dream. And instead of dreaming about writing, I decided to get to work. Right then and there. I built a world full of animals, I had made over 20 characters that live inside of me, I have made a civilization, magic and a giant school. I did that all because I got serious about my dream, and I wanted to take it to new heights. So, I went to other writer blogs. Such as this great one and this cool one too!
So, as you can see, writing has been a life long dream from the start. That is why I'm freaking out about Teen Author Boot Camp. And now, I need help for nail art ideas! Here are a ton of them from Cutepolish.
Aren't they all so cute?! Especially Pooh! Pooh is so cute! Which one is YOUR favorite? Tell me in the comments!
Thanks and please comment!
(P.S. I will be starting the Fan-Fiction Story soon, so keep your eyes peeled!)
it is. Now, I just need my mom to check it and see if it's good enough to enter. Well, it's good enough, I just need her to look over it to see if I need to edit it bit and to see if the plot is new and different.
Are you excited for the upcoming Fan-Fiction Story that I'm going to write (which, by the way, I'm going to update every Tuesday)?
Tell me in the comments!
Hey lovely world!
As some of you know, Loki is the 'villian' in the Avengers. But, is he really? The looks, his flaws, his undeniable amazing power, the ability to wipe young girls off of their feet just by his face, doesn't that just describe Loki himself?
Whenever you read a book and get transported to its magical and wonderful land, is it ever hard to leave? Imagine going to Hogwarts, THAT WOULD BE A DREAM COME TRUE, but then when you close the book, you're back into reality. It's kind-of terrible 'cause you have to leave that world for a time and then you have to let the magic embrace you again... Hoping that you won't leave until you finish the book.
So that's it for today everyone!
Hope you have a bookish day. :3
So I listen to TONS and TONS of Songs to get me in the mood to write. Most of them are instrumental, but some of them have words, and they are my favorite. XD Hope you like them.
Ryan Stewart - Summer IS BEAUTIFUL! I just love his songs.
Which one do you like the most? Do you listen to music when writing? What songs do you like to listen too on a daily basis? Tell me in the comments!
BTW, soon, I'll be showing you my book cover for a NEW book I'm writing. Can't wait to tell you!
Okay people, this is going to be the longest post I have EVER MADE for Coming Soon: Book and there will be a lot of accessories and just outfits/inspiration quotes. SO BEWARE ALL YE THAT READETH! Anywhoo, here is the post!
So as you can see on my title heading. I'm going to be talking about Accessories and Writing Quotes! But first I've decided to do the writing quotes. These quotes that you are about to see are beautiful! SO here they are!
Literally people, READ THE WHOLE THING. And if you didn't read all of them... GO BACK AND READ THEM ALL. THEY ARE INSPIRATION QUOTES, ENJOY THEM. Anywhoo. Weren't they amazing? I love them all. X3
I am indeed going to Teen Author Boot Camp, unless something bad happens (which I'm praying won't). So I'm thinking that I want to wear this kind of outfit.
And I'm thinking about having my hair up too. It would look super adorable. Anyway, with that outfit, I wanted some type of necklace to go with it. And this is what my research has lead me too.... ETSY! What a wonderful place that is. So I searched there and I found some great stuff.
But FIRST, I want to show you these amazing cute outfits that I saw.
Adorable right? So now for the Etsy stuff. Click on the images to go to the site.
Super cute, yes I know. But I can only pick like two to buy, because some of them cost around 15 dollars NOT including shipping and tax. So that's that. And I'm going to have a hard time picking because there's around thirty of them hanging around in my favorites... X3
Tell me in the comments what your favorite outfit is and necklace!
I am the Smol Scribble. I came to realize that, even though the first drafts of books aren't perfect, they are the closest to my heart...
The Ancient Past of the Scribbler
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