“I learned this, at least, by my experiment; that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.” – Henry David Thoreau
Writing, research, reading, craftwork, and more.
Welcome to the first Weekend Writing Warriors post of 2019! The challenge is a blog hop where participants post eight to ten lines from a piece of… Read more “WeWriWa #23”
January means a new bullet journal! I do prep my journals in advance, so I finished most of these pages while I was home over break. This… Read more “Bullet Journal – January 2019”
We’re starting off the year right with a Wednesday Writing Update! This will include a recap of my writing progress since my last update and lay out… Read more “Wednesday Writing Update – January 2019”
Emily Guyton-Lange enjoys writing fantasy novels, sometimes dabbling in science fiction or historical fiction. Crafting fantasy landscapes and breathing life into new characters captivate her time and imagination.
Emily’s parents were conscripted to write down her imaginings before she could write for herself. After she could act as her own scribe nothing stood in her way. However, it wasn’t until her first National Novel Writing Month challenge in 2012 that she considered writing seriously. Since then she has expanded, with more ideas than she could ever follow through. Balancing writing with education was surprisingly easy because of the flexible rigor of a home school education, and she hopes to maintain her writing schedule while in college.
Emily is currently attending Elon University, a liberal arts college in North Carolina. She plans to pursue a double major in English Literature and Philosophy with a minor in Creative Writing while exploring many areas relating to writing, art, history, anthropology, linguistics, and even natural science pique her interest.
Traveling to different parts of the United States, Italy, and nooks within North Carolina itself, has given Emily a taste for travel that she plans to continue to develop. She has a love for several textile arts, quilting, knitting, embroidery, dressmaking, cosplay, and more. These crafts often occupy her when she is not writing or doing school work. Emily is an appreciator of words and clever puns, a lover of board games and Legend of Zelda. She supports the Oxford comma.