Posts Categorized: Writing Wrongs

Writing Wrongs: The Capitol Caper

It took several trips into the story of my choosing before I felt ready to make the adjustments I deemed necessary. I shuffled around in the background, avoiding the narrative, which is a lot easier in a story being told from a singular first-person perspective. All I had to do was avoid the main character…. Read more »

Henry Fairchild At Large

My dear Reader, I am writing this blog post to inform you that as of today, we still do not have Henry Fairchild in custody. I am embarrassed to have to admit this, as tracking him has been one of my main assignments from the InterFiction Gazette, and I am no closer now to catching… Read more »

Writing Wrongs: Hogwarts Caper Part 2

If you missed it, make sure you read Part 1 of the Hogwarts Caper first!   As the two thugs dragged me down the hallway, I assumed they were Crabbe and Goyle, who else would they be? I felt myself tense. The door they were taking me to was open. Inside, I could hear a prim,… Read more »

Writing Wrongs: The Hogwarts Caper Part 1

This would be my most difficult mission yet. Wrapping my long, thick robes around me, I closed my eyes and focused on my stolen InterFiction badge. (Well, it wasn’t really stolen… more like, “never returned.”) Moments later, I stood in the stone hallway of a strange, medieval mansion. I looked about furtively, trying not to… Read more »