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so please pass the Tinfoil Hat.


of cranks. Many modern, some so old they were cranks before cranks were even invented. 401 more words


Even the Darkest Stars (Even the Darkest Stars #1)

By Heather Fawcett

Book #1 of the Even the Darkest Stars duology 5 out of 5 stars Summary

Kamzin has always dreamed of becoming one of the Emperor’s royal explorers, the elite climbers tasked with mapping the wintry, mountainous Empire and spying on its enemies. 371 more words


IV. Pouilly-Fumé (The Tasting of Wine)

Now, listen here.
I’ll have no nonsense today –
what I have to tell you is important,
clean, and will be clear.

I know you would perhaps rather… 631 more words


Review: The Farseer Trilogy

What can I say about this trilogy that hasn’t already been said by countless other reviews? Probably not enough to excuse the time it took to put my conflicted thoughts into words, but I’m still going to try because I loved this epic fantasy like a fat kid loves cake. 1,387 more words


Week 2: Writing Routine

Henry David Thoreau once said, “If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” Pretty cool, right? 701 more words


Week 1: Pantser or Planner

Writing is hard. Writing without a plan? Onerous.

I knew pantsing was a huge risk, but an illogical force (the same that makes me abandon planned lessons for new ones five minutes before class starts) reinforced my primal writing urges. 633 more words


Ready, Set, Write

It is not a race, but it is a bit of a journey. As this is my first of many blog posts to come, I hope to welcome you to the site with a quick snippet into my life and what you can expect to find here before jumping in. 386 more words