Rebecca's PenThe creative works of R.E.W.

About R.E.W

I am author, artist, history buff, wishing to share these three passions of mine with anyone who cares to read this blog. The main drive between these three deep interests of mine is imagination.

History isn't just people and events in a dusty book. Writing isn't just words in a tome. Art isn't just random images in a photograph, sketch or painting. I'll give you examples of what they really are.

Monthly Archives: July 2011

Characters aren’t just “figments of the imagination”

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Several times I have complained to my mom about how much some person in one of my stories really annoyed me, or something of that nature.  She laughed (she didn’t … Continue reading

A bad example

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I have not yet discovered the trick of writing a thrilling mystery.  All of my attempts go awry (my plot-line is not at all tied together)  Here is one of … Continue reading

A Young Trailblazer

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Once upon a time away back in 1804, there lived a young boy named Andrew Grant. The story centers around Andrew Grant, aged fourteen in the year of 1804 (I … Continue reading

Endless stories

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Endless stories does not mean countless dozens of them.  Many of my works are not truly works at all–they are unfinished drafts that have no end (yet).  That is one … Continue reading

Terror in the Alps

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This short story was an English assignment when I was probably in about fifth grade.  I was supposed to look at a picture and make a story out of it.  … Continue reading

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