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And so you are

The seed never knew she’s to become a tree. She always thought she’ll end up on a Christmas tree, dyed in a color she never chose and sprinkled with glitter like these showladies. 13 more words

Literature

Quote of the day, Oct. 25

Harriett Beecher Stowe, from Little Foxes (1866)

“The bitterest tears shed over graves are for words left unsaid and deeds left undone.”

Literature

Know your Mythology

Word of warning people, mythology is hard to nail, and in fact it takes a few years to actually accumulate such a collection of mythology that you can say you know something about it. 206 more words

Literature

Always show thanks.

I was recently with my Creative writing teacher Mr.Taylor, “Sorry Taylor random people now know, deal with it.” ha, ha but as I was showing him my blog and everything I was surprised that he actually thought it was cool that, aside from another student, I had made a blog about what we were going over and what I had learned in class and took it to heart. 151 more words

Writing

Engineering Form

Here’s the second source summary:

“Engineering Form” is an article by Harald Kloft, a structural engineer with a research focus on efficient and innovative structures developed through digital design and fabrication. 294 more words

Form Generation

Misquote

” It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it averaged out to be the most mediocre of times.”

Wait… that’s not what Charles Dickens wrote? 9 more words

Literature

Epic Fantasy: Trusted or Tired?

Every literary genre has its clichés.

Crime, drama, erotic, horror, romance, sci-fi, tragedy…

So it goes without saying that the fantasy genre must also be riddled with overused plot-lines and predictable characters, no? 250 more words

Literature