Featured Fig: Kaylee Herndon


“I find inspiration in situations that cause a lot of emotional turmoil. I like to try to capture the specific emotion or the struggle of multiple emotions with words. I am also a part of a small community of writers; we all motivate each other when we are having trouble or get writer’s block.” – Kaylee Herndon Continue reading

Featured Fig: Josephine F.


“Well, to improve your writing you should seek out as much advice and feedback as you possibly can. Then take note of it and apply it to other stories that you are writing or going to write. ALWAYS accept criticism though, it will improve your writing so much. I know for a fact that with the more meaningful criticism that I have received it has all been ingrained into my mind and my family and have realized a huge improvement in my current stories compared to my older stories. Good feedback will help you so accept it unless it is unreasonable or rude. Just remember to never give up, even if you receive mean comments! :)” – Josephine F. Continue reading

Featured Fig: Adam Aldrich


“I really enjoy the camaraderie that’s shared between the members of the Figment community, the support and advice that flows between its members. I also appreciate that Figment allows me to have a public forum for my writing and the writing of others, as well. Thanks to everyone who’s been so kind and helpful with regard to my writing and the pieces that I’ve posted on Figment.” – Adam Aldrich Continue reading

Featured Fig: Saleena Nival


“The biggest piece of advice I can give Figgies is to keep writing. There have been so many times that I have stopped writing because I was discouraged or writer’s block got the best of me, but it was only when I fought through and kept at it that I actually saw my writing improve. I know it’s a cliche, but practice really does make perfect.” – Saleena Continue reading