Anne Blackwood

United States

16
Christian
Theatre kid
Singer
Poet
Twin
Disfusive
A bit empathic
A living oxymoron
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Joined 1/16/2020

Message to Readers

Let me know which genre you like the most or are most like!

book genres (in young adult fiction) as people

June 23, 2020

FREE WRITING

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fantasy
head in the clouds / with the endurance to make her feet follow / a smile lost in time / summer exploits / dandelion fuzz

dystopian
hard-edged / masked boy / charm emanating from a beating heart / he will protect you / even if you hurt him / shadowed strength

mystery
deep eyes / no one can fully interpret / clever girl / her laughter does not come easily / earn it / and she will memorize / your flame

realistic fiction
mimeomia / selfless and hopeful / break her heart / she will never trust twice / simple afternoons / more profound than she believes

sci-fi
roll up his sleeves and find his heart / spontaneity / edm blasting from the car radio / embarrassed by the volume / of his mind
I kept seeing things like this and really wanted to do my own. Merp.
Bonus points if you found the Jurassic Park reference on the first read.

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15 Comments
  • The Midnight One

    Wow! What an interesting concept, and I particularly love the sci-fi one :D


    4 months ago
  • Deleted User

    not*


    4 months ago
  • Deleted User

    Oh i love this so muchhhh! Replying - don’t worry. The footnotes are exactly what it says. I made a thing. It confuses me as well ur nit alone <3


    4 months ago
  • outoftheblue

    ooh I love these, mystery is my favourite, there's just something about that one.


    4 months ago
  • Karma's_Coming

    Goodness, this is such a great concept. I think I relate with mystery and realistic fiction the most. They’re also my favorite. I also really like the line “her laughter does not come easily.” It just sounds really good.


    4 months ago
  • Sol noctis

    I very much fit in the dystopian.


    4 months ago
  • Emi

    Fantasy, definitely, is me. Or mystery when I'm in a serious mood. I didn't actually pick up on the Jurassic Park reference; now I'm scanning this work again to find it!


    4 months ago
  • lianhabanana!

    This is so cool!! My favourite is mystery and fantasy. Well done! :)


    4 months ago
  • mia_:)

    AH I love sci-fi and the line "summer exploits / dandelion fuzz" and mystery is so, well, mysterious! I proclaim this a success! (no one gave me the power to proclaim anything, so I'm taking it lol) :D


    4 months ago
  • birthdaycandles

    replying: awesome! I’ll definitely check her out, thank you! Ps I read the quote from your message box, and heck you’re right that does sound like pretty magical writing, can’t wait ^-^


    4 months ago
  • birthdaycandles

    woah this is pretty interesting! Ive never really been one to read fantasy books, but if the characters are like that maybe I should pick one up lol, any recommendations?


    4 months ago
  • Deleted User

    I like mystery and realistic fiction. Especially mystery. I really like this piece XD


    4 months ago
  • sunny.v

    aaa i love this! oh my gosh i adore the sci-fi one sooo much ahhhh!!


    4 months ago
  • elliem

    These are so accurate! I love these so much; all these pieces along these lines that have been happening lately have been so interesting. My favourite is dystopia. :)


    4 months ago
  • Deleted User

    The reference was clever girl, Haha, had to read 2x to find, lol. Nice piece:)


    4 months ago