Thebudgiewriter2019

Australia

I love writing Christian Fiction to Teenagers like me. When I was nine, after reading a book, I decided that I most definitely wanted to write like that author and after that, fell in love with the art.

Message from Writer

I love writing Christian Fiction for teenagers. I am participating in a challenge on a website called, National Novel Writing Month where people (kids, teenagers and adults) participate to write a novel in just a month! I love it! It takes place in November and I am writing a 50,000 word novel!

Thebudgiewriter2019 (Australia) reviewed:

Dusk #thisismyway Dusk prompt

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Loved the beginning how the dark transfers into night.
I loved the rhyming.
Keep writing! :)

about 1 month ago

Thebudgiewriter2019 (Australia) liked Dusk #thisismyway Dusk prompt by Aspiring Author (United States of America)

about 1 month ago

Thebudgiewriter2019 (Australia) published:

Katie. Ch 1

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Katie was sitting on the bus that windy morning as she was headed to the mall. Her head was full of ideas of how she was going to spend her $200.00 her grandma had given her for her 14th birthday yesterday. Her high-tops were rubbing on the floor of the bus she was so excited. Too long Katie had wanted money to spend and she had been looking forward to her birthday for a long time. Katie squirmed as she...

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4 months ago

Thebudgiewriter2019 (Australia) published:

Students grading teachers

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Teachers grade students on their effort. But should students be able to grade teachers on how well they teach?
Students are often pressured by the grade that they get. Parents constantly nagging at them to do their work and study for tests, meanwhile they haven’t even been taught it properly. Teachers can be annoying. For many students, teachers aren’t fun. They’re mean, often tired or agitated and impatient, which can trouble a student.

Students being able to grade teachers on...

5 months ago

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Thebudgiewriter2019 (Australia) published:

Criminal-minded

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I only admitted it because I was under heavy duress. I would have never told them a thing and my dad wouldn’t be locked up in jail for a year. I had been very distinct about the whole thing. Hadn’t missed a detail.
It had been weeks since me and my dad had eaten. We were starving. We’d been living on the streets for more than two weeks and were beginning to lose strength every day. We had tried volunteering...

6 months ago

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Thebudgiewriter2019 (Australia) published:

Salvation

PROMPT: Poetry and Spoken Word Competition 2019

 
When all else fails, Lord
You stay strong.
When the lights go out
You're the light that stays on.
 
You stay by my side in the
Storms of life.
And you hold my hand
When I'm in strife.
 
You never left when I thought
You'd gone.
You've been here with me
All along.
 
You had a plan for me
And you didn't give me up.
You gave me another chance
When I thought my time was...

6 months ago

Thebudgiewriter2019 (Australia) reviewed:

Lying Low

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- We don't know if she dies or lives in the end. This is not satisfying. - I loved the part where you describe real crime fighting vs. the movies - Did she save everyone? It's okay to leave some...

6 months ago

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Thebudgiewriter2019 (Australia) published:

I Hate to say it, but I’m Lucky

PROMPT: Smog. Smoke. Soot.

I’m lucky. I hate to say it. But I am.
So many of them, innocent people, die because of the air they breathe. They can’t help it. If they don’t breathe, they’ll die, but if they don’t breathe at all, they’ll die much faster. The air is full of the worst of things. The things they don’t notice. Those who live in the big cities and towns are constantly being hit with the monster that forces himself into their lungs....

6 months ago

Thebudgiewriter2019 (Australia) liked Social Tendencies by justagirlonfire (United States of America)

6 months ago

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Thebudgiewriter2019 (Australia) published:

This is a really short, dumb story

PROMPT: Open Prompt

“Pass the salt, please,” Brianna asked at dinner that night. Her brother, Ben grinned maliciously as he grabbed the salt in front of him. There was a ‘pour’ function and a ‘shaker’ function. He knew Brianna couldn’t tell the difference because she was too young. With one quick swipe of the lid, he moved the lid from ‘shake’ to ‘pour’ and passed it to his sister over the table. Luckily, neither or his parents had noticed. Brianna took the salt...

6 months ago