Pen & Ink

Sharing Fiction, Poetry, and Writing Tutorials

Month: March 2022

  • Fiction Short Story for Teens – March

    Hey everyone! I have finally gotten around to posting my third fiction short story for teens, The Child of the Lenorans. This story is a short fantasy suspense fiction for teens that I wrote on the spur of the moment. In this short story, I experimented with switching…

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  • Writer’s Block and How to Overcome It

    I have known so many writers, including myself, who struggle with writer’s block. As a writer, being in a position where you can’t think of anything to write about is not exactly a good thing. I have gone through this problem, too, and it’s not fun. You get…

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  • More Fiction Written by Caleb: Thunderstorm, Part 1

    Hello everyone! This week I will share some more fiction by Caleb, my little brother. Some of you may have read his last story, Poppleton’s New House. Caleb is now coming back to us with another fan fiction, this time about the Disney Pixar movie, Cars. Caleb has…

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  • The Bookworm’s Tag

    Hey everyone! I have officially been tagged in a blogger tag challenge, the Bookworm Blog Tag! I am super excited about this, as I have never participated in any blog tags before, let alone one a bookworm blog tag! And thanks to Joelle at Sword of the Penmaiden…

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  • Help Me Get to 100 Subscribers

    I’ve had a goal ever since I started blogging to get to 100 email subscribers. I have wanted to share my writing with the world for so long, and the more people I am able to reach, the better! That’s why I want your help to accomplish my…

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Hi, I’m Annabelle Batie, and welcome to my blog! I’m a homeschooled freshman with a huge passion for Jesus! I love all things related to writing, reading, and books. I hope you enjoy my blog!

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  1. Thanks! Yeah, I’ve read that series, and you’re right, it’s similar in some ways! The allegorical aspects of my book…

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