Category: Creative Writing

Creature Of Freedom

The Unsigned Writer Creature Of Freedom Written By, J. M. Lilin Sometimes I look up at the twirling blades. The blades of the wind creator on the ceiling. I will turn it off and watch as the speed goes down to a slow dance. Moving in a perfect […]

Always And Forever

The Unsigned Writer I Love You Always Written By J. M. Lilin She seemed to always remember. Always remember the way the sun reflected in his eyes. Flecks of gold dazzling through and through. Golden perfection that matched his dark, wild hair. Gorgeous and magnetizing, she thought to […]

Miss Midnight

The Unsigned Writer Miss Midnight Written By, J. M. Lilin Oh, Miss Midnight. The splendid marvels in the sky are such a rarity to me. An exhibition of heavenly curiosity. Imagination set up in the grace of allurement. Stunning display of wonder. A sensation of passion spreading through […]

3 a.m. Thoughts

What would it be like if I wasn’t a writer? To not wake up in the early hours. When the stars are still out, and the moon is taking its turn to explore. Where I cannot fall back into the darkness of sleep because I have too many […]

Children At Heart

The Unsigned Writer Children At Heart Inspiration Written By, J. M. Lilin Why are writers important? Many people wonder this when they hear that someone they know is working towards a career in writing. Why is writing important? Sure, we know that there are many writing opportunities and […]

The Unsigned Writer Inside Us All

The Unsigned Writer The Unsigned Writer Inside Us All Written By, J. M. Lilin Dear Readers, You might be wondering…what is an Unsigned Writer? Why is this idea going on with the Unsigned Writer? Okay, look, I’ll tell you now. What it takes…what it means…why we do it? […]

The Holiday Disease

The Unsigned Writer The Holiday Disease Short Story By, J. M. Lilin It’s as if the New Year was only yesterday. Now it’s time for the holidays to start the yearly explosion that spreads the airborne, extremely contagious, holiday disease. The symptoms begin right after Thanksgiving, the day […]

Writer And The Window

The Writer sits alone. She is in a booth at a restaurant. No food at her table, no people beside her. Her family is there, but she’s chosen to sit apart from them. Not because she’s angry, but because their table is full, each seat occupied. The Writer […]

Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast

“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast,” Alice Kingsley. The only thing is, do you ever wonder if those six things that you think of are real? What if they weren’t just something you simply believed in? What if they weren’t impossible? What […]