So this is actually a poem that has been in my 3rd poetry group for quite a while. I feel that it is some of my best work and therefore decided that it needed to stand apart from the rest of my other poems.
I edited my horror story a bit and may continue to do so. Please continue to read it. It'd make me happy.
You should all read my new horror short story!
I love your writng.
So it seems as though my writing has begun to slack in the reads department. Therefore I felt a little bit of self-promotion is not unwarranted. If you have not read any of my newer work could you please do so? Also, if you would, feel free to spread my name to other wattpadders or even non-wattpadders. I would be much obliged and will give you all cookies. They will be imaginary cookies, but hey, it's still a cookie.
Hi, Ethan. I'm the Managing Editor for eFiction Steampunk, and I thought you might be interested in knowing that we're currently accepting submissions: www.efictionmag.com/submissions/
Let me know if you have any questions. I'd love to see more of your work.
I have over 4,000 reads on my first poetry group. Thank you all!!
You like writing don't you?! O.o You. Are. Insanely. EPIC! :D Anyway, this post is completely pointless and random. Just sayin' hi, o'er here! Ohhh and HAVE A NICE DAY!!!!!! :) Btw, love your background.
Okay, bye bye!
Shameless self-promotion time!! If you like my work enough then please share it with all your friends!!
Robert Browning's Artistic Theory
An objective poet reflects or mirrors the outer world, making it clearer and easier to understand by writing about what takes place outside himself. The subjective poet, however, is like a lamp projecting from his inner flame a light by which the reader sees everything in a new way.