Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Character Change Name

I was one called Annabella, now I am Amira. Over the pass eight to nine years, my writer has felt let it was time to take her name back from me. Even if her name is Annabel, not Annabella, but whatever I got slayer duties to get too.

Sorry about that, she going through some changes. Anyways if you haven't seen the title of this post, this is all about when is it time to change your character. I didn't know happen out of no where. I was editing my book and the idea/question popped into my head. I went to class the next day and ask my teacher when it was time to change the name of your character.

She answered with, "When you know it's time to let go of your character and let them grow on they own."

Annabella is my first book, so it was hard to not see myself as the main character. Now that I have gone through so much, it was time to let go of her as Annabella and give her a new name, Amira. She has become a different person as I edited the book. I had to let her grow into the character that she has become.

So if you started out using your own name as your main character, don't worry. You will know when it's time to take back your name and give them their own.

Gym time for this vampire,

Friday, September 30, 2016

MIA for a Year

Wow...I'm bad. I am deeply sorry for leaving this blog empty for a year. I did not mean to do that. There is no excess. I have been going through a lot of changes. I moved into my boyfriend's house, my hair color is now red...dark red...not really, its in between that. I have a new "work" place for you to check out a story, or to reread a blog post again.

I think I remember why I didn't post up anything for a year. I didn't really know what else to post, Hubert and I didn't do any more monthly questions, I was just stuck. Guess you can say I had a writer's block.

Anyways, here is my new website...and I will try to add it to the top.


Vampire in a new coffin,

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Wattpad and Other Writing Sites

Hello Writers and Readers!

I know of two writing sites that you can post up your stories. One is Mibba and the other is Wattpad. I personally like Wattpad more, but that's because it's easy to use and people do get publish from the site. I don't know any other sites, if you like me to know more just leave a comment down belong.

Wattpad has a app and, like I said it's easy to use. It feels like everyone on the site is helpful, even if it take a while to see it. You can post up your story with a music video and/or a picture. You can have a cast for your characters. You can see how many people have read, liked, and voted for the story. The readers can comment on your story two different way; at the end or in-line comment.

Mibba doesn't have an app, but they have a post trying to get one. Mibba is a bit difficult to use, posting up stories are confusing to do. I tried to post up and ended up getting lost. I do like how the story look like once it is up. You get to pick out a background...which is about it for Mibba. Which is why I don't post up any stories there.

That doesn't mean not to use Mibba, you can use that if you want and know how to use it better than me. Use whatever you want to post up your stories, I will keep using Wattpad for now. Anyways, I wanted to see if anyone else knows what other websites to use.

What other sites are there for writing???? Tell me in the comments below.

Night Owl,

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Fantasy Maps

Hello Writers and Readers!

I have been looking into making a map for my novel, but there isn't a lot of information out there on it. I did find a cool website that I use a lot, for names. On the site, there was a create a map! 

I finished making the map three days later, but it a little bit hard to find the right pieces to use to make the shape I wanted. Anyways, I wanted to talk a little bit about map making.

Start off by drawing what you want, think about how much land your story has. Like it my map, I wanted to have five kingdoms and an island, but I need to plan out how my main character had gone to each kingdom. My first mistake is, I wrote the story first and didn't have an idea how the world/land looked like. Which is why it took me three days to make it.

So my advice for you is, draw out a map for your story (if you are making one or plan on having one).  Of courses, you need your plot, the idea on where you want to go with your story before you draw out a map. You have to know the world and it's land before you draw it out.

So here are the steps I would take:

1-Plot and subplot






There it is, my list. If there is anything you want to know, just ask. I would should you the map I made, but it's hard to save (it's the only problem I have with the site.)

Map Link here

Night Owl,

I noticed that I have some spelling mistakes on my posts, sorry about that. 

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Pay an Editor

You all know how I have been trying to edited one of my books, so far I have done a few chapters, but I feel like I don't know what I am doing. That's why I was looking into a editing software, so far it sucks, which it's understandable because I haven't buy it fully.

Therefore, I started to look for a professional help. Let me tell you right now the one thing bad about that:


I am going to do it, though. Why would I pay for someone to look at my book and fix it, while spending money? Well, they do help a lot and they know what they're doing. Plus, I think they can even help me get published too. It's also going to be a faster way in editing, takes them 10 to 14 days, but I don't mind if they take longer.

I have looked into four different companies, and I found the right one for me. Just now I have to wait on some money to roll in and I will sent in my book.

Now if you want to pay someone make sure you go with the one you like the most. Also do check into the company before sending in your book.

Night Owl,

Please check out my online down below

A_Goddess on Wattpad

Monday, October 12, 2015


Have you ever stopped and looked around yourself? Looked at the people around you?

I have! I do it all the time! 

Matter of fact...I'm doing it right now.

Ah, the college life. Not only do we hate coming, but it also a place we come to study with friends. College, where you meet the weirdest people every term.

The fun part about watching people, is you get to see how they reacted to things. How they move. How they laugh. How they frown. How they walk...

Speaking of walking, I saw the most weirdest walk ever at school! Let me set the scene for you:

My friend, Carlos and I had just gotten to school. He was talking about...something he saw in the school bathroom when I saw her. She was walking to class. At first, I didn't noticed her walk, until I looked back at her again. The heals of her feet never touched the ground, yet she made it seen like she did. Her walk remind me of a prancing horse, or a show horse.

See what I mean!? Fun, right?

You can make up stories on these people, give them backgrounds. It helps you when you need to have a background story for your characters. It a good way to have small character in your story, even if they have one line. 

The fun part is, my friend Hubert watches couples kiss, which now I understand why. People kiss very weird. I cant judge him anymore after I started to watch couples too lol. Not only do I want they kiss, but I watch how they talk to each other, the fights they have out in the open and the way the guys watches his girlfriend. 

Now I started to do this, because my writing teacher told me too. He would take the train and watch people, write about it later or right there. He said it was a good idea to built characters. 

So homework for this week!

Watch people. Write about it. 

Night Owl,

Saturday, October 3, 2015

No Post? Sorry!

I haven't been posting anything and I am sorry for that. The reason why I have school, which means: Studying, Homework, and Testing. 

Anyways, that shouldn't really matter, I should find time to post something on writing at least once a week. Sooooooo.....

Last night, I decided that I would look into buy someone or buying a software to edited my story. I got as far as finding a software before I started to play about with a Free-Trial; which is only 14 

The first one software I tried out, I didn't like much. First it was weird, didn't really check my story. I have to buy it (or as my dad thought rent it), which I didn't want to pay $11.66 a month just to see if it work. So I got back onto google, and looked up a review on I found a comment that said to try out StyleWriter. 

Googled the website and found it. The downloading was a bit confusing, but once it was on my Word, I was using it. Turns out their only give you 14 days to see if you like it. So far, I like it. It show you what you are doing wrong and explains it as well. 

I'm not going to get into it that much on this post, so for now, I am trying it out and let you know how it goes after my 14 days. 

Night Owl,