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Experiment # 5

Experiment # 5
Write an excuse note to the teacher for why your fourth-grader’s Roman Colosseum model was not completed in time.

Hi Ms. Jones, 206 more words

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The Pen is Mightier than the Pill: Writing for Health

It’s been over a month since my last post… I dunno… I’m feeling uninspired.

This Fall has been exhausting. I guess I’ve been in survival mode. 322 more words


Drawlloween Challenge 6-10

A continuation of the Drawlloween experiment. A short piece from what was originally an art prompt, each individual piece no more than 500 words. Fun-size, if you will. 1,914 more words

Short Fiction


the branch boughs
b r e a t h e as deeply as I do

deformed and missing a bite
bruised by its fallen height… 62 more words


Writing Tip #7: The Narrator

Narrators are an extremely important part of writing. Your narrator tells the story to the readers, it is their voice that carries it, it is they who hold the power over what your reader knows and what they don’t. 481 more words


Collated text from failed daily writing experiment

From April 22:

Happy Earth Day!

I once had a plant that tried to commit plantricide by flinging himself from his perch on the kitchen windowsill.

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