|Posted on April 24, 2013 at 12:30 PM||comments (4)|
Today is Wednesday 24th April 2013. It is 18:35 here in Malta, and I'm a bit sleepy because I am feeling sick. But don't worry
It has been more than a month since I last posted here. I have been busy. And I still am, 'cause I am studying for my exams.
You may be wondering, 'what about writing? Has she posted something else?' You are right. I have been working on something, and next week I will tell you via Facebook and Twitter, and of course here on my website. It's a surprise So don't ask
Moreover, I have decided to leave a quote at the end of a blog It may be a quote said by authors, actors, writers, etc.
I would really like you to leave me suggestions and feedbacks for my website and facebook, such as, is there something that I need to improve? What should I post and share? I will leave it to you.
I would really like to know you more, so please, (if you want), comment below or in my Guestbook. Where are you from? How old are you? Do you like my writing? Which poem/story is your favourite? Anything! I may be able to reply too!!
I'll look forward to read your comments.
By the way, don't forget to visit Teenage Writers , a website which I've created myself for teen writers to share their work!
Anyways, bye for now and thanks for reading.
Follow my journey:
“If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others: read a lot and write a lot.”
― Stephen King
|Posted on February 16, 2013 at 10:25 AM||comments (0)|
So.. at the moment, school life is pretty busy, and I have to dedicate a lot of time to my studies, but luckily, I always find some extra time to write, especially during the weekend.
Today, I've uploaded an essay: 'Should the vote be given to sixteen year olds?' and I suggest that you read it.
Moreover, I am currently working on a script, which I have mentioned in the previous days, but unfortunately it will take me a little time to finish it. Afterwards, I'll enter a competition.
I have something else going on at the moment (it's about writing ) but I'll let you know later on.
Well, that's all for now. Thanks for reading!
|Posted on January 4, 2013 at 11:20 AM||comments (1)|
Soooooo what's up?
I have uploaded a new poem 'The Other Me' and managed to copyright my work..
P.S.- you can ask me questions on: http://ask.fm/krissitimevault
|Posted on January 1, 2013 at 12:15 PM||comments (2)|
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2013!!
So, I got into writing again since I'm having some free time, and I will surely upload something again. I will let you know by posting a new blog entry and by posting on Facebook.
Furthermore, I would really appreciate if you'd tell me your opinion on my website, and of course my writing. So feel free to comment xx
I also encourage you to take a look at the website Teenage Writers, which I have created the site a few months ago. So if you are interested into the world of writing, do not hesitate to join!
Anyway, that's all I had to say! And by the way, please take a look again at my website, since I have edited some things Do not forget to read the 'About Me' section.
|Posted on December 30, 2012 at 9:35 AM||comments (0)|
So finally I had some free time and had the chance to write a new poem. I would really appreciate if you'd take a few minutes to read it. It is in My writing section, under the poems category. The poem is called Life and Time.
Moreover, I have found some tips on how to write better poems. Take all the time you need to read these useful tips. Thanks for reading!
1. Read lots of poetry. In fact, read a lot of anything if you want to produce better writing.
2. Write poetry as often as you can.
3. Designate a special notebook (or space in your notebook) for poetry writing.
4. Try writing in form (sonnets, haiku, etc.).
5. Use imagery.
6. Embrace metaphors but stay away from clichés.
7. Sign up for a poetry writing workshop.
8. Expand your vocabulary.
9. Read poems over and over (and aloud). Consider them, analyze them.
10. Pin a poetry forum or poetry writing group online.
11. Study musicality in writing (rhythm and meter).
12.Use poetry prompts when you’re stuck.
13. Be funny. Make a funny poem.
14. Notice what makes others’ poetry memorable. Capture it, mix it up, and make it your own.
15. Try poetry writing exercises when you’ve got writer’s block.
16. Study biographies of famous (or not-so-famous) poets.
17. Memorize a poem (or two, or three, or more).
18. Revise and rewrite your poems to make them stronger and more compelling.
19. Have fun with puns.
20. Don’t be afraid to write a bad poem. You can write a better one later.
21. Find unusual subject matter — a teapot, a shelf, a wall.
22. Use language that people can understand.
23. Meditate or listen to inspirational music before writing poetry to clear your mind and gain focus.
24. Keep a notebook with you at all times so you can write whenever (and wherever) inspiration strikes.
25. Submit your poetry to literary magazines and journals.
26. When you submit work, accept rejection and try again and again. You can do it and you will.
27. Get a website or blog and publish your own poetry.
28. Connect with other poets to share and discuss the craft that is poetry writing.
29. Attend a poetry reading or slam poetry event.
30. Subscribe to a poetry podcast and listen to poetry.
31. Support poets and poetry by buying books and magazines that feature poetry.
32. Write with honesty. Don’t back away from your thoughts or feelings. Express them!
33. Don’t be afraid to experiment. Mix art and music with your poetry. Perform it and publish it.
34. Eliminate all unnecessary words, phrases, and lines. Make every word count.
35. Write a poem every single day.
36. Read a poem every single day.