Literal Blarg by Charles Colp

Writings and other stuff from the heart, soul, and sometimes brain.

Just make something

(Source: hakuna-potato, via rantyrandy)

Time Sprite

Time Sprite - Sprite finds herself in a strange cloud filled room instead of her own house. If she could just move it would be great

Charles Colp

Time Sprite

The world was swirling for quite a while. I kept trying to focus on the clock, but the condition I was in, it never seemed to move. Just an old gold face with the hand always at one or two o’clock. I tried to focus for Christian, but immediately I felt a cooling hand on my forehead and all of my muscles instantly relaxing. Thanks to the head injuries, I wasn’t sure if time had stopped…

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Fully-Staffed Sprite

Fully-Staffed Sprite - Sprite is alone facing Kardama and over a hundred Insect Scions.

Charles Colp

Fully-Staffed Sprite

I hated how tired I was. No amount of coffee would fix this, I needed sleep and food. I looked toward the closest group of Insect Scions just over Kardama’s shoulder. They were all as still as statues. That wasn’t creepy at all. Kardama for his part was as still as I am sure he was able to be. The shadow-half of him was wavering like a flag behind him, but the human looking…

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When You Write Something Well

When You Write Something Well - Finding that a-ha moment.

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Charles Colp

When You Write Something Well

I used to ask the question “How do I know when I have written something really well?” I was lost and it seemed all of the people that I looked up to for guidance couldn’t answer that question. Today I stumbled on not just the answer for me, but also the reason why none of my teachers could answer that question. 

I was re-reading last weeks updates to my story, so I…

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Games with English: insert the word “only” anywhere into the above sentence and consider how the placement changes meaning.


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yeahwriters:

curlicuecal:

Games with English: insert the word “only” anywhere into the above sentence and consider how the placement changes meaning.

Wooooooah