Abigail Wyvon

I should be writing, but I'm probably reading

Author Archive: Abigail Wyvon

Move Over Shakespeare by Billy J. Barnum

Have you seen The Greatest Showman? Well, Billy Barnum is a direct descendant of Phineas Taylor Barnum, and he wrote a poetry book!  Move Over Shakespeare was a delight to read. The poems were raw, honest, uplifting, and thought-provoking. “One by One” inspired me to get writing. “My Hair” had me laugh out loud. “Sycamore …

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The Book That Changed My Life

I started writing novels in third grade. My first story was about two twenty-somethings from a small Montana town who went to New York City in search of love. I wrote only a few chapters. A year later, I started writing my next story, Haunted House on Halloween Street. Like the first story, I never …

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Derailed by Mary Keliikoa

Mary Keliikoa’s debut novel, Derailed, is a page-turner you’ll want to read until the end. Left with her late father’s detective agency, Kelly Pruett is determined to juggle work, caring for her daughter, and her personal life. When a woman comes in asking for Kelly’s help to find out what really happened the night her …

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There’s Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins

I hope all of you are staying safe during this difficult time. Are you bored during the quarantine? Read a book! Then read another book! Oh, and wash your hands. I’ve read A LOT books in the last couple of weeks. I finished reading Someone’s Inside Your House just this morning… Stephanie Perkins, author of …

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Writing Community Support

Most people in my life think I love writing. Ha! I don’t love writing; I love having written, though. Writing is hard. It’s difficult to get in the writing zone and to stay in the zone. There are too many distractions! I procrastinate and I’ll do just about anything to avoid writing. There’s a dirty …

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Introducing Naomi Waters

Life is hard. Writing is hard. January was a tough month for me, but I’m hopeful February will be better! I’d like to introduce Naomi Waters, the main character of the new manuscript I’m writing, Wheeling the Halls. Here is her interview: Q: Hi, thank you for joining me today! Can you tell me your name? …

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The Duff by Kody Keplinger

Have you seen The Duff movie? If so, what did you think? I only recently found out the movie is based on a novel by the same name. I loved the movie, so why not read the book? To be honest, I was a little hesitant to read it; I thought the movie would’ve ruined …

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Hello NaNoWriMo!

Happy Halloween! I hope your costumes scare all the little kids away and you get the candy all to yourselves. Just kidding. Mostly, anyway. If it’s Halloween, that means It’s almost NaNoWriMo! Are you participating this year? Are you excited? After much debate, I’ve decided to sit this one out. I have a lot going …

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A Writer’s Questionnaire

Chilly weather, football, leaves falling, pumpkins—Yes, fall is here! *Sigh* I don’t know about you, but I’m glad the hot weather is gone. A couple months ago I got a library card! You would think that I, a major bookworm, would already have had a library card, but I did not. Now I have access …

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Lauren Graham’s Someday, Someday, Maybe

If you don’t know who Lauren Graham is, I’m assuming you’ve never seen the show Gilmore Girls. If you have never seen Gilmore Girls, you’re missing out! Lauren Graham is one of the stars on the show, and not only is she an amazing actress, but she’s also an author! When I discovered she wrote …

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