The Blog

If you are in the mood for a story you came to the right place. This blog thrives on poetry and short fiction (with a bit of the personal struggles & victories of the writer sprouted throughout). All of the stories and poems are independent of each other and each of them contains magic. Some of the enchantment is just a little harder to find. I’m a firm believer that magic does exist out there, we just don’t always see it or recognize it for what it is at the time. For those who look for it though… it will reveal itself. I’ve seen it, and I hope one day you see it too.

2020 Posting Schedule

  • Poetry – in the mood for a poem? Expect a poem every Wednesday
  • Writing is Hard|WIP Writing Update- curious to hear about my personal writing struggles (& some victories!)? Be my guest. Expect an update in the middle of each month
  • Snapshot! – want a brief monthly recap about the writer (me, Jai Lynn)’s life/blog/reading/writing experiences? Expect it on the last day of every month
  • Announcements – desire to keep up with news about this blog and this struggling writer’s life? Expect a post as they are needed

This schedule goes live January 1st, 2021!

A Few Facts About the Girl Behind the Blog!

  • First and foremost, I’m a Slytherin
  • My favorite color of all time is blue…in every shade imaginable
  • You will always find peppermint tea, dark chocolate and peanut butter in my kitchen within reach
  • I play the violin, and I wish I was better at it
  • My soulmate is beyond all doubt the ocean
  • I took riding lessons for ten years and hope to one day own my own horse
  • My favorite movies of all time include Whisper of the Heart, Howl’s Moving Castle, Lost In Translation, Your Name, Kill Bill v.1 and The Night is Short, Walk On Girl
  • My favorite authors are Maggie Stiefvater, Leigh Bardugo, Erin Morgenstern and Susan Dennard among so many others
  • The books that lay claim over my soul are The Book Thief, The Night Circus, the Infernal Devices, the Raven Cycle, Fire and Hemlock and Ninth House

Till next time,