The Wolfe's (Writing) Den

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Welcome to the Wolfe's (Writing) Den

I’m J.C. Wolfe (or Jay C. Wolfe, hence the name of my blog). I’m a fiction writer and aspiring author of science fantasy and romance novels.

This is my blog, where I share my thoughts on various creative writing topics, my original stories and poetry, and eventually, information about my books.

Please, feel free to explore my site and follow my blog. I hope you enjoy your stay! Happy reading!

Enter the Den

Who is J.C. Wolfe?

J.C. Wolfe is the artistic alter ego of a shy, nerdy 20-something-year-old biologist with a colorful imagination and a lifelong dream of being a fiction writer. A born-and-raised American, she lives six thousand miles from her true home in California, currently residing in the exotic southern region of Brazil. Her favorite literary genres include science fantasy and romance, and she hides behind a gender-neutral pen name while she weaves her endless thoughts and daydreams into stories meant to touch hearts and inspire the imagination of any soul who might cross her path.
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Word of the Week

Word of the Week: Evanescent

Word: evanescent Pronunciation: e-və-NE-s(ə)nt Part of Speech: adjective Definition: soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly fading or disappearing Source: Oxford Dictionaries Why are there so many poetic ways to say “short-lived”? Are... read more

Word of the Week: Nepotism

Word: nepotism Pronunciation: NE-pə-ti-zəm Part of Speech: noun Definition: the practice among those with power or influence of favoring relatives or friends, especially by giving them jobs Source: Oxford Dictionaries Amy: I’m Amy Rose, and I’ll be... read more

Word of the Week: Adumbrate

Word: adumbrate Pronunciation: A-dəm-brayt / ə-DƏM-brayt Part of Speech: verb Definition: report or represent in outline indicate faintly foreshadow or symbolize overshadow Source: Oxford Dictionaries Is it ironic to learn a word with four different meanings without... read more

Creative Writing Blog

What If? Writing Prompts: Mythology III

While work keeps me busy these next several weeks, why not help yourself to some more “What If?” Writing Prompts? Since the last set was about history, I thought today I’d continue on a similar theme and share some mythology-themed prompts. See what... read more

What If? Writing Prompts: History III

I hope you’re ready for more creative inspiration! I’ve been feeling inspired by period drama lately, so today I’m sharing a few more “What If?” Writing Prompts set to the theme of history. See what historical pieces you can create from... read more

Hot Off the Press

Stained Glass

Red flames Orange flowers Yellow sunbeams dancing Green meadows stretching far and wide Blue waves Indigo birds singing sweet songs Violet shadows looming Timeless rainbow Stained glass Like this:Like... read more


What I saw from Above you, Of you, Is what I see Into you, To you. How could you ever Fancy me? See me. You’re all I want Before me, For me. Yet if you don’t Believe me, Leave me. I saw all the lies My ego threw you Go through you. I see the truth In you–... read more

Perfect Shot

(What If? Exercise: Read the description here.) The archery competition was to be held in the village. The grand prize: ten thousand coins and a kiss. He was only here to win the latter. He’d loved the lord’s daughter since childhood. Secretly, she prayed... read more

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