I have returned! Hither from a magical land of falafels, wedding cake, and cousins. I was told I should write a story about falafels gone wrong, but unfortunately, I was absent from the kitchen when the woeful event occurred and only heard tale of it later when I was asked to step out of the … More Why Kermit Is My New Best Friend + Looking On the Bright Side
I’m a very crafty person. No, no. Not that kind of crafty. Despite what gossip my character have been spreading, I am not a crafty villain scheming up plans of horror and pain. Maybe. I mean ‘crafty’ as in, I like to take little string and sit for a couple hours looping it on sticks … More All the Summer Vibes // hiking, writing, reading, and that glorious sunburn
Typos. You’ve got to love them. Especially when they prowl in the paragraphs of your most important papers. I view it as a blessing when I’m required to read it one more time before the whole class: It’s my last chance to spot that little monster and cross it out. I’ve had my fair share … More The March of the Typos
Have you ever just wanted to write for the sake of writing? Nothing planned. Nothing plotted. After a long day of pounding out papers and scratching out math equations, just you and your thoughts winding out slowly onto the page, forming little splotches of black on white. The itch comes every once and a while … More a little post named “random”
In an age of needing to write 3000 words per day on a novel, tags come in handy for blogging. Thanks Ariel for the well-timed taggings! Both of these tags are focused around characters, and so let’s dive right in! Tag #1 – The Heroes of Legend Rules: Very graciously thank the blogger who tagged … More Tags Galore!
A week has passed and I’m back! Besides having a sore throat and only getting in 61 words the first day, NaNo has been going pretty well! I made up for the slow start the next day and have been keeping up for the most part. I actually started writing this novel before I decided … More 2019 Camp NaNoWriMo Update // week 1
April is approaching. I can see the light of summer break at the end of the tunnel and the chapters left in my school books are decreasing, but then here comes Camp NaNoWriMo. For those you don’t know, Camp NaNoWriMo is the summer version of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) where writers go nuts, trying … More Camp NaNoWriMo // of goals and projects and lessons learned from the last time