Writing Corner: Tone

Tone The feeling that the writing produces and the style it is written in Last week, I talked about genres, which are categories that we can put stories into, such as fantasy, romance, suspense, etc. The tone of a story is more the feeling of the writing. Think of it like a tone of voice….

Choco the Raisin Woman

This story started as a story for the March 22 Muse on Monday prompt but I decided to post it separately. Choco the Raisin Woman I hated all humans. They might be nice enough to each other, but every time they see me, they try to kill me. You can understand my feelings. Life is…

The Green-Walled Treehouse is open for submissions!

Do you know a writer who is interested in sharing their ideas and stories with the world? The Green-Walled Treehouse is now accepting submissions for creative works that will be published on the site. If you or someone you know is interested, you can fill out one of the three submission forms below. You can…

Writing Corner: Genre

Genre The category or kind of story it is. Usually used for stories, books, TV shows, and movies The word “genre” just means “kind” or “type” but it is a special word usually used for types of stories, such as in books, TV shows, or movies. I am only going to talk about written story…

Muse on Monday – March 29, 2021

Happy Monday, everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend. Starting this week, you can use the link in the brand new Submissions page to submit your stories based on this week’s prompt. This is only for people 18 years or younger, but there is a place to submit original stories that is open…

Writing Corner: Setting

Setting The place and the time when the story happens When we think of setting, we often think of the place where a story happens, but there are actually two parts to setting: the place where it happens and the time when it happens, meaning if the story takes place in the past, the present,…

5 Emoticons with a Story

5 Emoticons with a Story Long ago, before we emojis like 😊 and 😎, people would make them out of characters on the keyboard (like : ) for a smile.) These are called emoticons and you have to turn your head to see them. Here are some emoticons you may not know and the stories…

The Dungeon Book

This is actually a story based on the prompt from last week’s Muse on Monday. The prompts were: Conflict: looking for a book to read Other elements: a ring, a brick, something disgusting This is a creepy story and some people might find it a bit scary, just so you know. The Dungeon Book Brandon…