Legend (Revised)

Women and men from generations earlier erected the arena out of rusted chain link fencing, rope salvaged from fishing nets, and moth-eaten exercise mats. A warehouse battered by cluster bombs sheltered the arena, and fine mesh screens blanketed portions of the roof which these ancient explosions bred. Molten glass from window panes crystallized in disks inside… Continue reading Legend (Revised)

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A Different Way to Look at Plot and Character

I've talked about the structure of plot in a previous article, Writing Tips: Science and Six Plots, and so instead of delving further into structure, the intention of this article is to explore the relationship of plot and character and whatever nuance may arise from these two concepts. I've come to this topic as a… Continue reading A Different Way to Look at Plot and Character

Return of Writings by Ender

It's been quite a long time since I've posted content on Writings By Ender but I missed it with my entire being. I'm actively writing again and hope to get a short story to you all by the end of next week. Until then I'm trying to decide what other material I should add to… Continue reading Return of Writings by Ender

Legend, A Short Story

The makeshift arena was made from rusted fencing and rope fishermen once used on the docks. The building housing the arena was a warehouse battered by bombs and melted glass had solidified into pools inside the building. Murk filled the air both in and outside the building and the density of pollution blocked out the… Continue reading Legend, A Short Story

Writing Prompt Winners, March 13-18

This week's prompt was inspired by the natural feeling of fear. Fear can be negative or largely constructive, it all depends on how one is able to channel the emotion. Below are the best posts following the prompt that I suggested on Monday. And if you're interested in participating in the future, stay tuned and… Continue reading Writing Prompt Winners, March 13-18