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Getting Ready for Camp (Nanowrimo that is)

Many people have heard of Nanowrimo. For those of you who haven't - Nanowrimo, or National Novel Writing Month, is a writing challenge where writers undertake to write a 50,000-word novel in a month. The goal is to get writers writing. The challenge encourages you to turn off your inner editor and critic and just get… Continue reading Getting Ready for Camp (Nanowrimo that is)

Uncategorized, Writing 101

Writing 101: The Red Maple Tree

Good evening! I've decided this evening to work on yesterday's writing 101 assignment which I didn't get a chance to look at yesterday. The assignment today was to write a particular scene (more on that in a moment) and the twist was to write it from three different perspectives. An idea for how the scene… Continue reading Writing 101: The Red Maple Tree

Library Day Fridays, What I thought

What I thought: Bones of Faerie by Janni Lee Simner

I had initially planned to write a full, somewhat structured, review for this book as well as others that I’ve read recently. They were supposed to start into the posting schedule a couple weeks ago. Clearly that did not happen. It would seem I find the idea of posting a structured review daunting enough that… Continue reading What I thought: Bones of Faerie by Janni Lee Simner

Library Day Fridays

Experimenting with Graphic Novels

I had hoped to post my first book review today but, as of writing this post, I haven’t finished either of the books I was planning to review. I should be able to finish one of them by Friday, but since I have a few other things going on this week, and I don’t want… Continue reading Experimenting with Graphic Novels

Library Day Fridays

September Library Haul

Since I finished my Masters, I have been enjoying the freedom to read for recreation. In addition to being a student no longer, I am also currently unemployed. As a result of the combination of these two factors, I have been making frequent trips to my local library. Don’t get me wrong, I use visit… Continue reading September Library Haul