Prophecy Six Blog

Sharing My Unedited Writing Experiences & Life Experiences.


December 5, 2015

Update: 15 days and new cover page!


So, only 15 days ’til I hopefully publish my first book. They are going fast and there is still so much to do… but I will get it done.

Just adding the finishing touches on the story… like putting more showing than telling into the story… fixing small errors I didn’t see before. Nothing too big.

Also, from the title of this post I have a new book cover done up for the book. This one looks 100 times better than the one I had before. Check it out under the About Prophecy Six page.

And… that’s it for now. No knew updates asides from what I’ve shared with you right now. 🙂


Replace Said Saturday: Happy


This week on replacing said, we are going to look at happy voice expressions.


“What a beautiful day to be alive,” she sang out to the world below her window.


“We can get more than one present,” the children rejoiced, bolting down the toy aisle.


“You’ve got to be kidding me,” he laughed, slapping his knee with the palm of his hand.


“What? I thought it was cute,” the girl giggled, tucking a strand of auburn hair behind her industrial piercing.


“And he looks like a monkey to,” he joked, patting his friend on the back before the group started to laugh.


“Oh, don’t worry, I’m sure Carol won’t mind if you do that,” his father jested, giving him a wink.


“This is the largest building I’ve ever been in,” the boy marvelled, spinning in a circle in the center of the main entrance.


“That’s a wonderful idea,” the woman chimed, clasping her hands together and raising them to her chest.


“You really think so?” He beamed.


“Go, Tracy! Go!” Frank cheered, as his daughter leapt over the last hurdle before the finish line.


“Oh? Here I thought I was the one in trouble,” he smirked, reminding her of a coy fox playing with its prey.


“Awe, that’s sweet,” she smiled, clutching the scarf to her cheer.

“Look how tiny he is,” she cooed.




Old Word Friday: Callipygian

There is a word for everything it seems butt can you guess what Callipygian means?

If you noticed my not so subtle hint it does have something to do with the butt. When someone is described as having a callipygian they are pretty much being complimented for having a nice butt. Callipygian (origin Greek) means having a beautiful or well-formed buttocks.

So the next time you want to compliment your sweethearts assets, you now have a nifty new word to use. You’re welcome. 🙂

Some examples:

He glanced at her callipygian with a boyish smirk.


Sure, he could hold an intelligent conversation but it was his callipygian that really got her attention. 😛

(Fair is fair, after all we are all monkeys in shoes.)

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