Author Archives: Peter Rogati

About Peter Rogati

Peter Rogati is a 15-year-old Christian writer who loves everything mint! He prays to glorify God in all that he creates, and is excited to see how his Father uses his literature. Peter is a member of Young Writers Workshop, along with his best friend Jason Zimmerman. His novel, The Monk, is speculative fiction, and is in the midst of its first draft. Miznos is the first blog he has ever been apart of.

Without a Doubt

Hey guys! This is the fourth installment in our Life 2.0 story series! For more information on Life 2.0, go to our Life 2.0 page here! With this new installment, Marcus followed Gloria’s advice. Thanks for commenting, Gloria! He would … Continue reading

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Leibster Blog Award

Hey everyone! Jason and I have had a unique opportunity to partake in a supportive blogging community activity. How fancy!? Evelyn/Idazle from A Country Girl’s Writing, has nominated us for the Liebster Blog Award! Thank you so much Idazle.This Award … Continue reading

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The Better Option

Hi guys! This is the second installment in our Life 2.0 story series! For more information on Life 2.0, go to our Life 2.0 page. You can also find Julian and Marcus on the YWW community this week! With this … Continue reading

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2 Lessons On Writing And Power

“With great power comes great responsibility;” a popular coined quote that has been used by many. You’ve probably read it on a poster or heard it in a movie. The original speaker’s identity isn’t absolute, but many point to Teddy … Continue reading

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A Psalm to the Creator

My heart rejoices! The Lord is ruler of heaven and earth. His reign shall never be ended. His children sing praises of thanksgiving, And yearn to be with Him in His heavenly kingdom. My heart rejoices! The God of all … Continue reading

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A Psalm of Hope

I am surrounded by evil There is no respite. I fight constantly, holding onto the hope. The hope of nations. I need the hope, with no boundaries. Give me the light that spears from heaven. Let me see the beautiful … Continue reading

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