Saturday, November 12, 2011


So you know
Where you go
When you glow
In the dark,
But you can't glow in the dark alone.

So your tears come down
Your cries come out,
Letting them see
The living doubt,
That you must be and own.

"Help my unbelief"
You tearfully call,
Make me see
That you can do it all,
That you wipe away my fall.

So I know
That I glow
Wherever I go
In this dark,
'Cause I'm reminded I'm never alone.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Short Update!

Nanowrimo is in full swing! That is, National Novel Writing Month. It's that time of year when every serious novelist (and amateurs too) sit down and crank out fifty-thousand words of a novel! Hopefully, that's about the length of the novel, but it's a decent start if nothing else.

This is my first Nanowrimo, folks, and it has been thrilling! Well, more like draining. And fantastic. I'm at 14,259 words so far, below par because I burned out yesterday. But I'm not giving up! Actually, I've already succeeded beyond my wildest imaginations! As a working college student, I didn't think I'd get this far at all.

But here I am! With half an outline, the start of an amazing map, and 14,259 words of my second novel, folks! And boy is it a dozy. And you know why? God gave it to me. I love the stories he grants me. ^__^ They're always so amazing!

This one is about a city; about the people there. The little boy, the stranger, the young woman, the police chief, the mayor and his wife, the reporter, the doctor, and the inn keeper. It's a story about a night-time in all their lives, and it's so exciting to be the writer of it!

And that's all I'm gonna say for now. See ya all next time! =D