Guest Youth Story-Chalk Jr. Long ago, before chalk was a basic classroom object, they were hard workers in the Congo rain forest producing food for the trees. The limestone in their blood gave the trees energy to grow, but in order to feed the trees, the chalk people had to sacrifice one hundred lives every five years. They were okay with it though, because it let everyone else live; it was considered an honor to be chosen.
One of the coolest tools out there to keep writers moving, is to be part of NANOWRIMO (National Novel Writing Month) is a non profit, dedicated to getting writers writing. I find it to be an amazing tool.
Author Spotlight: Maria Kvilhaug
Hello, all you horror fans out there. This month at TLS we are honoring the classics by focusing our attention on the ‘dark’ side. Throughout
Mothers Night Eve poem and setting.