This is post #1 of 1 in the series “La Sylphide”
The first post in the live-writing series is from a work that’s in its sixth draft, La Sylphide. Like the title hints, it’s about a Wind Elemental—who happens to be a former prima ballerina—and involves magic, … Continue reading
I don’t make resolutions. For starters, I don’t like the word “resolute”—it sounds too rigid and stodgy; in life, I think fluidity and adaptability is a better goal than the straight-forward, strict stubbornness implied in “resolute.”
Besides, I suck at resolutions.
I admire those who stick by them.
Anyway, you might … Continue reading
Just popping in for a quick update.
There’s been a few things going on since WordsThaw. First and foremost, I’ve handed in my last two essays today and thus, except for a couple weeks of pining nervously while awaiting grades, school is out for me. Hooray!
Hey everyone. It’s a bit quiet around here, isn’t it?
Just wanted to pop in and let everyone know that I’m not dead and that there is, in fact, a contest going on. One where YOU can win MONEY.
Well, sort of money. Money at Amazon. The bookstore.
As … Continue reading
Looking for Monster Monday posts? Look below this post!
I’m going on tour! Wooo!
Regular Monster posts to be continued, although you’ll have to look below this post for them!
Wondering where I’m at each day? Here’s the schedule for you! I’ll edit in the links to … Continue reading
As you may know, July 1st marks Canada’s birthday. 146 years ago, Canada began as a dominion of three provinces under the British Empire. Now, there are ten provinces and three territories. The last territory, Nunavut, was made official in 1999. The last province, Newfoundland, joined in 1949.
This is post #12 of 12 in the series “Monster Monday”
I first learned about La Chasse-galerie in my high school’s french class. La Chasse-galerie, known also as The Bewitched Canoe or The Flying Canoe, is a legend from Quebec. According to Wikipedia, it has … Continue reading