A few days ago, I felt like I had not gotten nearly so much done in February as I had originally planned, but now, I see that I got a TON of stuff done, it just wasn’t all in the original plan! And you know what? That’s OK. Reading Challenges Well, I got more books […]
You know how sometimes you try to fix something and wind up breaking something else?
I wanted to do some more microfiction today, but I couldn’t come up with anything I thought was worth sharing. Maybe next time. In the meantime, I’ve made some progress with my other projects, though not as much as I’d been hoping. Editing I finished rereading the latest draft, but as I neared the end, […]
Mad Grammar Skillz, Editing and Reading Progress, and GO BRONCOS!
I found this quiz while I was going through my Feedly and I decided to test myself. I haven’t formally taken grammar since 8th grade, and I wanted to see if my grasp of it was still in as good of shape as I thought. I think 90% right counts as a win. Is that […]
Non-writing goals are the ultimate writing-time-suck.
I’ve never really had to schedule time to write. Writing has always been a priority and my schedule has always been enough of a priority that I have almost always been able to find time for it. With all my other commitments this year, I’m finding that if I don’t schedule time to write – […]
Haiku, Review, and Progress Overdue
How’s that for rhyme-tastic? :P Because I decided to go all-out reference-crazy on this post, here’s a clip from Flight of the Conchords, Hiphopopotamus vs. Rhymenoceros. Saying “rhyme-tastic” reminded me of those crazy dudes. Enjoy. Poetry: rocking it haiku-style As promised, and since I’m on a book frenzy, here’s a spontaneous poem just for you: […]
Sleep deprivation leads to bad decisions. Case in point.
I know I’m not a book blogger, but I am a reader as well as a writer, so I’m signing up for two reading challenges in 2014. Because I just wrote over 70k words in 30 days and I thought I should attempt something seemingly even more impossible. Seriously, e-slap me. I think I’ve lost […]