Tags » Nonfiction

To be an Autumn Leaf

The wind is invisible. But when you look outside the window towards a cloudy autumn day, I tell you — you will see the wind. It silently but madly blows confusion to the leaves. 211 more words


Shits and Giggles: It's "It's Decorative Gourd Season, Motherfuckers" Season, Motherfuckers

This is the fifth year in a row that people have posted, en masse, “It’s Decorative Gourd Season, Motherfuckers,” to teh internetz, so I thought I’d write my own take on this annual tradition. 88 more words

Going to Math School

A lot of the high schools in the area I grew up hosted specialty programs that focused on one subject or another. This meant that in seventh grade, teachers would spend a class period telling their students about each of the different schools and the different programs. 503 more words


TAB: Don't Argue With Yourself

I’ve been concentrating on Farun Stories for so long that I almost categorized this post as Fantasy, Farun, and Romance!

This will be a short bit of writing advice that I’ve been thinking about a lot, because whenever I see examples of writers (either as themselves or through a narrator) arguing with themselves I just go crazy, because it’s so distracting. 413 more words


Maintaining Composure

I like to think that I am okay when dealing with children. Having worked in a daycare for over two years, I have dealt with every disgusting, unsanitary, and just plain gross situation imaginable. 768 more words

Weekly Posts

What Make This Book So Great

In the long ago time of February when I came down sick with a really bad cold that caused me to miss several days of work, Bookman brought me home some “chicken soup.” No, not fake vegan “chicken” soup. 442 more words


Solitary (or...In which I get dramatic)

In the first draft of this post, I kept the context ambiguous, because who wants to read whining? But then I decided it was lame to just keep alluding to something undisclosed, like posting an evasive outcry of a Facebook status that tells people absolutely nothing. 1,031 more words