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Monthly Archives: June 2013
New Words for the Week #3!
Never fear, dear readers – new words are here! I know that last time, I promised you all a “Battle Plan” for my book, but this week has been all sorts of unexpectedly crazy. At first, I thought I was … Continue reading
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New Words for the Week #2!
I’ve got a “Battle Plan” post coming up (concerning the writing of my book), but considering my procrastinational proclivities are pushing that post’s importance into “tomorrow” (Which, honestly, could be any time in the upcoming week.), I figured I’d at … Continue reading
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It Helps to Remind Myself…
It helps to occasionally remind myself why I am not actually an artist (you know, as pertains to drawing). I used to have the patience for sketching way back in high school, but this monstrosity that I attempted here took … Continue reading
The Introduction of a Stranger
Rarely do I get put in odd situations by complete strangers (not since leaving Facebook, anyway), but a recent would-be comment-poster put me in one today. Considering there was no way left to me by this person to respond back … Continue reading
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New words for the week!
As I’ve increased my online reading (a decent measure of my offline boredom) about tenfold over the past few months, I’ve happened upon writers with vocabularies just as extensive as mine… much to my utter bewilderment. There have even been … Continue reading
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How the Universe Works… 95% of the Time.
Well, I promised you all an update on the Swamp-Ass/birthday/R.B.B.C. issue, and here it is – My legs no longer stick together. Yes; you heard that correctly. I now have my very own personal A/C unit in my room here … Continue reading
It’s Like Dowsing for Accountability!
(In other words, I expect this to have as good of a chance for success.) As a writer, both my biggest motivator (and potentially biggest fear) is accountability. (I suppose that should just say “As me…”, but this is about … Continue reading →