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Good Morning

It’s time for a blog post. Let me hear your cheers of joy. Can cheers be anything but joyful? Can cheers be sad? (I just looked up the definition and a cheer is a shout of joy, so there you go.) (Look at me, caring for your education/not wanting to lead you astray.) It’s lunch […]

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Writing

Ready To Go / Camp NaNo 2018

It’s Camp NaNoWriMo once more! Held every April and July, it’s the build toward November, which is National Novel Writing Month. Keen as. If you remember, I wrote about Camp NaNoWriMo throughout April. (I explain what it is here and talk about my experience here.) Being the 29th of June (can you believe it?), tomorrow […]

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Writing

Updates, Mostly

Blogging is the last thing I’ve felt like doing. I don’t know why. I get ideas, sometimes, but the thought of expanding on them is painful. I haven’t done much on my novel as of late either. Occasionally I open up the word document and try to add a sentence or edit a chapter but […]

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Poems Writing

Us, Today / Poem

What happens to me sometimes when I’m writing is a piece goes somewhere I’m not expecting it to. I can start off a poem with an intent, and then it goes in a different direction just because, which is fine, but that can result in the poem not being as personal to me as it […]

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April Camper

I’m sitting in the sunniest spot on the house; a small table by our kitchen. I’m eating an omelette and my tea has just been poured. It’s the third of April, and it’s time for April Camper! I did a list similar to this in March and I liked it, so here’s another one. It’s […]

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Writing

Notebooks!

In an age where there are so many different ways to use technology, I want to talk about the humble notebook. Ah, paper. What I find interesting is that despite technology being so widely used, trends like bullet journaling are also rising and super popular. (Just as a side thought there.) I have a lot […]

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Writing

The Art of Writing a Book

I am not an expert in writing. I may be naturally inclined to words (especially in comparison to numbers *shudders*) but that doesn’t mean I’m all knowledgeable. I don’t really know how to deal with writer’s block and I only know that a novel is typically between 55,000 and 200,000 words because I just googled […]

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The Art of Finding Something to Write or Blog About

The art of finding something to write or blog about; a simple thought, really. I feel that the general idea of starting a blog involves having something to write about; politics, health, DIY, etc. The list truly does go on as humanity googles more and more, and I have to admit: I am merely one […]