Last Updated May 02, 2016
Make Magic Happen Winners
(Sorry this is so late, it just took me a while to read the entries...)
Winners of Make Magic Happen
1rst Place: "The Glowing Recepticles of Time" by Spyguy
2nd Place: Chronologous by S.K. Inkslinger
3rd Placer: Inventing a Curse by Miss Strange
The Glowing Recepticle of time is a very romantic love story, it reminded me almost of the story of Romeo and Juliet (minus the dying). I thought it was very creative and had a good aspect of love. It was the very definition of Fantasy. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good short story that really captures the meaning of love.
Chronologous is a very good adventure story full of detail. I loved the aspect of creativity and action shown in this short story. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good fantasy quick read.
Inventing a Curse is a novel written in the true aspect of a girl and her brother simply trying their hardest to fit in on the planet Earth after having been sent there as a punishment. I thought it was a very touching story in ways that are sometimes hidden in plain sight. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good fantasy/realistic fiction novel to read.
Essay / Editorial and Opinion
Book / True Confessions
Short Story / Religion and Spirituality
I have been writing all my life. Ever since I was 2 years old, I would grab one of my older siblings or one of my parents and I would tell them a story to write down and make into a little book. I kept making these little books. Once I learned to write, I would write them down myself and illustrate them. I kept doing this until the end of kindergarten. I almost filled an entire shelf of these books. Because ever since I was a toddler, my dream has been to write and publish a book of my own. In first grade, I would give my teacher a few of my stories and she would type them up, bind them, and give them back to me to share with the class. In forth grade, while on the swings at recess, I got the idea for "A Ball's Life" (you will find it in my portfolio). I wrote my rough draft of that and gave it to my teacher with just about five billion typos. It was the last day of school so I didn't have much time. Two years later, I came back to it, and edited it so much, that it was almost a completely different story. I gave a copy to my sixth grade humanities teacher. At the end of my sixth grade year in middle school, I had a dream. The dream started out with a jock type boy swinging on vines through some kind of glass building. Then it was a different boy who was in the city with his dad atop a building. They suddenly plummeted down the building then lifted off, leaving ice in their path. Later in the dream, I was in a cave across from my school. I turned to see a tornado coming through my neighborhood. All the trees that should have originally been there, were gone. That is how I got the idea for Tale of the Children which you will also find in my portfolio. Writing is my life, has been my life, and will probably always be a big chunk of my life. The fact is, I don't even know if I'm good or not. That's up to you. Just read my writing and you tell me. To me, writing is a form of art. You can be as artistic in writing as you can in a painting. That's why I love it so much.
Now, do you want to know who I am?
I'm everyone, and no one.I'm just a grain of sand in a vast desert, a single star in the night sky. I'm completely anonymous, yet known by many. I am what you make of me. So you tell me, who am I, really?
Content Status Update
The Tweenage Life of Amy Smith: 1289
Alone in the Woods: 788
Tale of the Children 1/The Runaways: 355
Life Galery: 314
A Ball's Life: 313
Deity Mix: 227
Secrets Unveiled 2/If Mike Wasn't there to Help: 171
The Secret Journal of Brett Colton: 170
Wonders of Life: 156
United Nations Speech on Slavery: 149
Friends vs. Journals: 133
Comet Catastrophe: 125
Secrets Unveiled 1/Smarter than Woody Knows: 122
Alone in the Woods Poem: 110
Never Alone: 54
The Speedster Gets Caught: 42
Total reads: 5,491
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