200 part 2 | the q&a

Heyo! I am back from last week to answer your questions. From Kailey: If you could choose one word to describe yourself, what would it be? E.g. I used to always describe myself with the words “hope” or “light.” How would you describe yourself? I'm actually going to end up close to your answer, because… Continue reading 200 part 2 | the q&a

Ode to 51 | in which the 51st post is about 51 the novel and roughly 51 semi-random facts concerning it

Last week I published my blog post and WordPress sent me a notification: boom. 50 posts. My reaction was not "woah I have written 50 blog posts" or "woah I'm still here and haven't disappeared yet" or even "woah no space monkeys sighted around here yet." Instead it was "NEXT WEEK IS POST 51??" The… Continue reading Ode to 51 | in which the 51st post is about 51 the novel and roughly 51 semi-random facts concerning it

Two Tags | a q&a session

After my absence, it's nice to return and have some tags to play with, so here's a little q&a session. I can't catch up with ever single tag I have been tagged for and so apologies for those I miss. My hasty records of tags were not sufficient. Some I have lost, some I only… Continue reading Two Tags | a q&a session

Thoughts On Dialogues | both the fictional and non fictional kind

On Monday I shall present for my class by memory a Socratic dialogue I have written. I have always found writing new things interesting, whether it be puzzling over a new poetry forms, reorganizing preexistent phrases as seen in bookbinder poetry, or experimenting with different point of views and tenses in a scene. Writing a… Continue reading Thoughts On Dialogues | both the fictional and non fictional kind

November & NaNoWriMo | 2019

Hellooo there. Lovely day isn't it? Well, I'm back. After being gone for a month, it's strange returning, but let me start with my two main pieces of great news: I am alive.I wrote 50k words for NaNoWriMo with two hours to spare. Yep. That’s right. I survived NaNoWriMo without any prep beyond a list… Continue reading November & NaNoWriMo | 2019

One Down, More to Go | novel celebrations, considerations, and introductions

Let's ignore last week. Because skipping out on blogging to go on a field trip is nothing in comparison to my news of this week. Are you ready for it? It's kina big. Just kinda. Are you ready? Okay here it is: I have finished 51. Wait. Say WHAT I'm DONE?!? ...and in the meantime… Continue reading One Down, More to Go | novel celebrations, considerations, and introductions

All the Summer Vibes // hiking, writing, reading, and that glorious sunburn

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… Continue reading All the Summer Vibes // hiking, writing, reading, and that glorious sunburn

The March of the Typos

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… Continue reading The March of the Typos

The Liebster Award 2.0

And the saga CONTINUES! Thank you Mary for tagging me! For a refresher, here are the rules again: Acknowledge the blogger that gave it to you and display the award. Answer 11 questions that the blogger gave you. Give 11 random thoughts about yourself. Nominate 11 other bloggers and notify them of their nominations. Ask… Continue reading The Liebster Award 2.0

a little post named “random”

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… Continue reading a little post named “random”