Reader’s Guide

I offer a wide variety of work here, and I want you to enjoy what I write. So, I thought it would be useful to have a short guide to my blog and recent goings on. I love writing and I’m so glad you’re here!

Time Traveler/Emma

Emma started out as a shape-shifting time traveler but has been changing recently. She has wings now. She is definitely supernatural, but she is not an angel or evil. I’m currently formulating some more of the supernatural for her! At times, these standalone pieces of minifiction are a little dark or edgy and that’s ok. Her heart is healing but will she find love? And is that what she is really looking for?

A Trans Woman/Ally and Friends

Ally is trans and is developing some friendships while dealing with being mistreated and rejected. She’s also attempting to discover more of who she truly is. We watch her new friendships develop. Some of my readers don’t like these stories, but I can’t write for just one group of people. I write about what I think is important. In the future the titles will be called Ally and Friends. These are stories about fictitious yet real people and real problems, with a touch of romance.

Poetry

Yes, there is still poetry! I love writing about nature, healing, restoration of our spirits also called renewal. Thus, the title of my blog. And most of my work over the past several years has been poetry.

Additional Fiction

On this site there is a ton, and I mean a ton, of fiction material. There is Historical Fiction about Native Americans, Romance Fiction, and even some Science Fiction. I need to start deleting it to make some room!

Some of my personal favorites are about Native Americans. And I still love their names I invented including, Thunder Speaking, Cricket in the Meadow, Two Wolves, Skye, Bluebird and many others. Cricket in the Meadow was a Medicine Woman or Holy Woman.

You can find these and more by using the menu bar on the top right of my homepage.

Thank you so much for being here and reading!

Peace.

Writing and Image Copyright © 2021 rivers renewed

19 thoughts on “Reader’s Guide

  1. This was very helpful to have it in me clearly as I visit your work – which I truly enjoy. I admit I mostly love poetry, yet admire and love how you say – I can’t write for just one group of people. Inspires me to explore fearlessly how else I would like to express and write for myself. So for I have enjoyed all your fiction too.

  2. That’s interesting what you said about the Menu (I hadn’t noticed it). I think I’ll see and learn more on my computer rather than my phone. I’ve been wanting to add more depth or options my blog. I will also look deeper into yours.

      1. Interesting. More options with the computer. I do all my initial writing on my phone, usually in the dark on the LR couch. I recently added an iPad to my life but I don’t fully utilize it yet. Focus of life, other draws fall away.

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