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Jello and Contests and STUFF

Ever have one of those days when you don’t want to get out of bed? Like, for days? Not the depression kind, where you’re going “Fuck my life – just leave me alone while I sink into this bowl of jello.” Oddly similar though. 509 more words


NaNoWriMo: How to start revising your novel in the Now What? Months

Did you do NaNoWriMo last November? I hope you took a well deserved break in December. Or if, like me, you decided to press on with actually finishing the draft, you at least relaxed the pace a little. 1,270 more words

Fiction Writing

On NaNoWriMo

Okay, so it’s not quite (or even close to) that time of year yet, but it’s one of my absolute favorites, so I’m going to talk about it now anyways. 886 more words

My Story: The Unexpected Things

Hey guys!

It’s been a while since I’ve posted. I just want to start by saying Happy Love Month to everyone! It doesn’t matter if you happen to be single or if you are currently with someone because it’s always a good thing to celebrate love. 452 more words

Young Adult

Long-Leggedy Beasties: Chapter Eighteen -- New Year’s Day

Chapter Eighteen

New Year’s Day


I was the first one awake at 6:30 a.m. on New Year’s Day. Lizzie was still curled up in a ball, and Aunt Daisy was snoring down the hallway, having caught a cold at the faculty party she had Visited back to New York for on the day after Christmas, which was inexplicably called “Boxing Day.” Sure, Nibs explained it to me, about the servants having their own holiday and all, but even he was vague about the boxing part, except to assure me that it had nothing whatever to do with boxing, wrestling, or any sort of football. 2,594 more words


Long-Leggedy Beasties: Chapter Seventeen -- The Mousing

Chapter Seventeen

The Mousing


Miranda broke the silence in the kitchen. Her outer soul had gone cold long ago, and I thought it was a trifle cruel of Alex to have the apprentices there. 1,896 more words


Long-Leggedy Beasties: Chapter Sixteen Putting the “Terror” in Interrogation

Chapter Sixteen

Putting the “Terror” in Interrogation


I was a little confused—David seemed to be a genuinely nice person, although I could indeed see that his power would make him something of an outcast after a while. 2,280 more words