Are We Haunted By Our Pasts? Traci Kenworth


Are We Haunted By Our Pasts? Traci Kenworth Sometimes what we write comes from within. Something in our pasts, a memory trying to break free. When we stare at the words, we’ve written we realize there’s a familiarity there. Considering what it might be, we wonder: where did that come from? Did it touch upon […]

Book Review: The Girl From the Well Rin Chupeco by Traci Kenworth


Book Review: The Girl From the Well Rin Chupeco by Traci Kenworth Book Blurb: “[A] Stephen Kinglike horror story…A chilling, bloody ghost story that resonates.”― Kirkus From the highly acclaimed author of the Bone Witch trilogy comes a chilling story of a Japanese ghost looking for vengeance and the boy who has no choice but to […]

Pimples That Invade Our Writing by Traci Kenworth


The Pimples That Invade Writing Traci Kenworth Pimples can ruin your day. I remember many a day gazing into the mirror, seeing that horrible red invader. It always showed up in the midst of a big event. Prom. A date. The day of your wedding. Always inconvenient. Always hideous. You just wanted to crawl back […]

A Little Bit of Rouge There… by Traci Kenworth


A Little Bit of Rouge There, A Little Bit of Shade to Our Characters Traci Kenworth Foreshadowing has never been my strong suit. I see authors such as J.K. Rowling that have snuck items in books that the reader wouldn’t have even noticed in the beginning. And then you just look back in awe. How […]

The Beauty of Writing by Traci Kenworth


The Beauty of Writing Traci Kenworth I was probably twelve or thirteen when I began using makeup. Eye shadow. Liner. Rouge. Lipstick. Any and all of it. I wished in later years, that I’d taken it slower like my one friend in high school whose parents only allowed her lipstick for many years. Of course, […]

Teen Topics to the Tune of Characters: Heartbreak Traci Kenworth


Teen Topics to the Tune of Characters: Heartbreak Traci Kenworth Can you imagine waited bated breath as your crush focused on his best friend, your current best female friend as well? The torture suffocated her. Oh, why couldn’t he look at her that way? She knew every angle to his face. Every deep lash that […]

Writerly Things 10/21/2020 Traci Kenworth


Writerly Things 10/19/2020 Traci Kenworth Update: The adjuster was out, and he said it’d take a week for the insurance to get back to me. They will send the money, if any, to the mortgage company who decides whether to approve project or not. Been through this before. A lot of contractors don’t want to […]

Five Links 10/17/2020 Traci Kenworth


Five Links 10/17/2020 Traci Kenworth Writing: 1. https://killzoneblog.com/2020/10/should-a-fiction-writer-use-a-thesaurus.html “In college my roommates and I used to play a game with a dictionary. We cleverly called it “The Dictionary Game.” It was played with a big dictionary and scraps of paper. When it was your turn you’d look through the dictionary until you came across a […]