Sierra Beeler

Sierra Beeler is a junior English major at UNC Charlotte. An aspiring screenwriter, she hopes to one day entertain the masses with a book series turned television show she hopes will “put J.K Rowling to shame.” When not working on one of her many uncompleted projects, Sierra enjoys watching Hulu and crying over fictional characters.

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Another Excerpt from Stereotypical Dystonian Novel

Another Excerpt from Stereotypical Dystonian Novel

Anika woke with a start and found herself buckled in the front seat of a car on the move. She looked next to her and saw her father, Osric, behind the wheel, staring off at the road. She was hyperventilating and rolled down the window to let in some fresh air, trying to slow her thudding heartbeat. “Bad dream?” Osric asked. When she nodded in response he added with […]

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Album Review: Hard EP by The Neighbourhood

Album Review: Hard EP by The Neighbourhood

By now I’m sure most people have heard of the band, The Neighbourhood, which formed in Cali, back in 2011. If you haven’t heard of them, then I’m sure you’ve heard of their chart-topping song “Sweater Weather” from their debut album, I Love You., back in 2013. Then, the band established their Indie Rock sound and continued […]

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The Process of Getting my First Tattoo

The Process of Getting my First Tattoo

Art comes in many forms and our generation has shown a growing appreciation for body art, namely tattoos. The phrase, “That’s going to be on your body forever,” is heard less and less and the stigma is held against people has become less about tattoos themselves and more about their content. I’ve always had an […]

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Another Excerpt from Stereotypical Fantasy Romance Novel

Another Excerpt from Stereotypical Fantasy Romance Novel

“This is an awful idea Kasper,” Raelyn whispered as she clung desperately to her boyfriend’s arm who led them through the cornfield. “Don’t be chicken Ray, it’s just a party; it’ll be fun,” Kasper drawled as he smiled and dragged his girlfriend with him. “No it won’t! I get a really bad vibe from this […]

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Bad Old Poetry I

Bad Old Poetry I

Soak Me in Your Tears (September 8th, 2012) It rains and it pours. I watch with hopeful eyes as the storm pounds harder and harder. The wind picks up sending the tears of the sky on my skin. Cool, crisp drops pound my skin, leaving it’s mark on me and it’s purpose on my clothes. […]

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Excerpt from Stereotypical Fantasy Romance Novel

Excerpt from Stereotypical Fantasy Romance Novel

“She’s a witch, just like her mother,” Thomas Thompson growled pointing at the petite redheaded girl inside the pillory stock on the other side of the room. “She was standing in the middle of the freezing river in the dead of night, unaffected by the cold and unmoved by the current that would’ve swept away […]

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The Blues and Blocks of a College Writer (Writer in College)

The Blues and Blocks of a College Writer (Writer in College)

I’d like to start by comparing my relationship with writing to my relationship with my roommate D. We both are pretty busy; we don’t really see each other too often, mostly just brief passings here and there in between our running around. When we do actually see each other, however, we have a lot of […]

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How to Know if You’re a Little Too Obsessed with Something

How to Know if You’re a Little Too Obsessed with Something

I, like many, have the tendency to shall we say “over indulge” in a number of things. For me, its mainly music or more so a singular song; I have the tendency to, when I really like a song, play it over and over (more than fifty times in a day, often back to back […]

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Excerpt from Stereotypical Dystopian Novel

Excerpt from Stereotypical Dystopian Novel

She went back inside and retreated to the second floor to clean her room. Once she was done she grabbed her knapsack and her pistol as well as a couple of extra rounds that she tucked into the side pocket of her bag. She also grabbed the metal baseball bat she took with her when […]

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How to Write a YA Novel (In 5 Easy Steps)

How to Write a YA Novel (In 5 Easy Steps)

Hi, are you someone who wants to write a young adult book but doesn’t have the know-how, the discipline, or the time to do so? You have this great idea in your head that you want to write out and share with the world but you don’t know where to start? Well rest your creative […]

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