Monthly Archives: July 2013

What Do You Do With a Journal?


I just bought myself a new, nice, soft-leather journal. I knew that I needed a new place or a new start in the way that I write–try something different, you know? See if anything comes out. But as I sat … Continue reading

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What Am I?


I sit here full by day, squished by night, deflated of the perfection and the coolness of my surface apparent during the hot sun when the stars twinkle in the sky. What am I?

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Writing Challenge: Ethical Failures


Ok, Kiddies! Today’s writing challenge involves a little reading, but don’t worry! I’ve included a link to all the research material you need! Every year or so the U.S. Department of Defense publishes a little gem called the Encyclopedia of … Continue reading

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Inanimate Object Writing Prompt


I have a writing prompt for y’all! It’s a short prompt that could lead to anything. Ready? Write in the point of view of an inanimate object. Any inanimate object. That you own, that you don’t own, whatever. Imagine it’s … Continue reading

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An update on my story!


So here’s the most recent version of the story. 😀 Let me know what you think! I am coping in the whole story for the simple fact that it’s a short story so copying in only what I had done … Continue reading

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Writer’s Retreat (Video)


I’m experimenting with GoAnimate for simple videos to play with dialog. The text-to-speech isn’t great, and for some reason the characters don’t have any arms or legs (only hands and feet), but what do you want for free? What do … Continue reading

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Writing Challenge: Charlie


(Last one, I believe!  This one’s from Penny’s image challenge, and is very short and ridiculous.  A lot of the basis of this comes from the cartoon Phineas and Ferb, so that should give you an idea of where this … Continue reading

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How to Write Haiku or Senryu (Video)


Here’s a fun and easy method for writing haiku or senryu, which is similar in structure to haiku, but is usually about human nature, and is often humorous or satiric. There’s no need to worry about following the rules exactly–that … Continue reading

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Writing Challenge: The Bug


(Not sure if I posted this here at all initially, but what the heck, I’ll put it here anyway.  This response is to Penny’s stink bug challenge and is actually a continuation of a bit of fanfiction I toy around with … Continue reading

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Writing Challenge: The Ride


(Just another reposting here.  Somehow some of my stuff has magically vanished from the blog, so here it is again.  This is a response to The Road Trip Challenge and involves the story that I’ve been working on for Camp this … Continue reading

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