25 May 2016

MEDIA| INFO| Punctuation Marks


INFO | Top 5: Sea Animals

1. Megalodon Shark

According to the Prehistory Wildlife site, these prehistoric sharks are about fourteen to twenty meters long (45.9 to 65.6 feet)! Compare that to a six meter (19.7 feet) great white shark! Also, megaladons are about five and a half to eight meters tall from fin to fin as a human that would be two meters (six and a half feet).

2. Gulper Eel

Moon, Water, Mystical, Sky, Night, SeaAlso known as a pelican eel, this creature can grow up to 30 inches. According to Factzoo, the gulper eel has a glowing segment of it tail that lures its food towards its gaping mouth that has layers of sharp fangs. They usually feed on shrimp and plankton.

3. Vampire Squid

The vampire squid is a pink, red, and sometimes of a blue color and is only about one foot long, according to the site Squid World. The vampire squid can also camouflage and the unique aspect to the squid (and possibly how it got its name) is the sharp hooks along the squid's tentacles. Seeing this creature below the sea would be a fright.

4. Flamingo Tongue Snail

This snail has bright colors and spots on it. They are about two inches long and their home is in the Mid-Atlantic ridge, according to the site, Our Breathing Planet.

5. Pink Sea Through Fantasia

23 May 2016

INFO | Top 5: Flowers [pt. 1]

Now this is all based off my experience. What fandoms did I miss? Share with me in the comments below!

1. Lilacs 

Lilac, Ornamental Shrub, Flowers

2. Jasmines

Mock Orange, Jasmin, Flowers, White

3. Lupines

4. Plumeria

Plumeria, Flower, Frangipani, Plant

5. Honeysuckles

Honeysuckle, Lonicera, Close-Up, Flower








21 May 2016

INFO | Top 5: Mythical Creatures From Asia

1. Tiyanak (Philippines)

This is a demon that takes form as a baby because they were previous babies who passed away before having a proper baptism in the church. They are vengeful and they lure unsuspecting people by their crying. They usually live in the forests.

2. Hou (China)

A creature with long ears and a son of  a dragon king, the Hou roars to the heavens and delivers messages to the people.

3. Aonyobo (Japan)

This is a ghost of a woman that lurks in abandoned palaces. She is described as a having a large mouth with sharp teeth and long, black hair. She is a vain ghost that is jealous of other women.

4. Gwisin (Korea)

Another type of ghost that is usually female, these vengeful spirits are motivated to hurt others for their own sorrows. They are often found in abandoned villages or buildings.

5. Rainbow Fish (India)

The rainbow fish is a large whale that removed suffering from the world. It was suddenly caught by some fishermen and was able to provide food to the whole nation for a year. Described as having bright scales like fire, ice, grass, and lightening, the rainbow fish is a beautiful creature.

Sources:
http://www.mythicalcreaturesguide.com/page/Tiyanak
http://www.chinawhisper.com/top-10-chinese-mythical-creatures/
http://yokainosekai.wikia.com/wiki/Ao-nyobo
http://study.com/academy/lesson/korean-mythological-creatures.html
http://www.speakingtree.in/allslides/25-lesser-known-mythical-creatures-from-hindu-mythology

19 May 2016

GalaxyGhost

GalaxyGhost



In case you want to see more of my writings, please check out more on the link above! I have posted my own personal writings!

This is Not a Fairytale

This is Not a Fairytale



This is obviously not a fairy's tale or a fairy's tail. This is a play I wrote for a class that parodies the fairy tales we hear.

Broken

This poem was also posted on Writers Cafe and is a short story based on a true event that happened. I hope you enjoy!

Broken

Forgotten In Time

Forgotten In Time



I have joined Writers Cafe and will be also posting writings there! Here's one of my recent poems.

04 May 2016

INFO| Contractions

Contractions makes words smaller by combining words.

Examples:
Cannot-----Can't
They Are-----They're
Will Not-----Won't
We Are-----We're
We Had-----We'd
We Will-----We'll
You Have-----You've
You Will-----You'll
I Am-----I'm
I Will-----I'll
I Had-----I'd
She Has-----She's
He Has-----He's
What Is-----What's
Who Is-----Who's

27 April 2016

INFO| Grammar Review: Their, They're, & There

THEIR: (determinant) belonging or having an association to people, ownership.
Example: Ruby is their pet cat.

THEY'RE: (contraction) a combination of the words 'they' and 'are.'
Example: They're on the way to school.

THERE: (adverb) pointing to a place or position.
Example: There's a snake in my boot!