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Day 21. #30daysofbiking

While drinking by the blanciest of casas blanca, this conversation:

Rick: We’ll always have the wind. Maybe not tomorrow or next week, but whenever we ride. 36 more words

Report From The Road

Inside the World of Tulpas, aka Imaginary Friends for Adults

Nathan Le Master
April 20, 2017 

SUBREDDIT: /r/tulpas

Direct experience is an evasion, or hiding place, for those without any imagination.
   – Fernando Pessoa

Where’s your will to be weird? 778 more words

Nathan Le Master

Occupancy - #AtoZChallenge

In the head of an author, multiple inhabitancy is par for the course.

Strangely enough, I didn’t have imaginary friends when I was a kid. I just made up stories in my head. 242 more words

Blogging

Imaginary Friends: Crenshaw

Applegate, Katherine. Crenshaw. Feiwel and Friends, 2015. 245 pages. Hardcover $14.49, ISBN 978-1-25004-323-8; PLB $18.51, ISBN 978-1-51810-864-8

TL;DR: Do I recommend this? YES!

Genre: Fantasy… 401 more words

Reviews

Nearly There

It is 4:00 am.

I’m not sure if it is the pregnancy or the floors and sofas I’ve been sleeping on for the last month, or the stress of the move, but sleep has pretty much escaped me lately. 886 more words

Life As An Expat

KidLit Love: The Adventures of Beekle: The Unimaginary Friend

I had an imaginary friend for years. In some ways I think she never went away, but rather merged into my creative subconscious.

Imaginary friends are quite the interesting topic to think about whether it’s your own personal memories, wondering about the psychology of the phenomenon, or just getting a smart punch in the feels when media brings up the topic. 246 more words

Picture Book Reviews

A Sunday Ramble

I’ve been feeling a little better.

Do you ever see that New York Times column, “My Sunday Routine”? I’ve only read it once or twice, but it made me feel like I should really have a better Sunday routine. 459 more words

Self-care