Monthly Archives: October 2015

Enthrallment Rant: Maximum Ride

Alert! This post is full of memories and opinions. You should proceed at your own risk This man is responsible for my group of best friends in middle school. That’s right, James Patterson you wonderful man, your books kept me … Continue reading

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Post Flood Video Recording

As required, I have made a video regarding books for my class assignment. But it was fun to make, so I made another one of my adventure to Hasting’s today to the song “Gone Gone” by Phillip Philips. NaNoWriMo Video                                          … Continue reading

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8 Rainy Days

It was a gloomy, rainy day today, which was fitting for this writer’s block fix program to begin. There are always great prompts concerning rainy days. You could start a fantasy story where someone finds a room while cleaning their … Continue reading

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Remembering the Ghost Books

     These were some of the books I read as a child. Some of them are quite boring and only have one or two parts that I remembered fondly instead of the title, and others remained in my head like bricks … Continue reading

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Rules Rules Rules

“Creative writing is any writing that goes outside the bounds of normal professional, journalistic, academic, or technical forms of literature, typically identified by an emphasis on narrative craft, character development, and the use of literary tropes or with various traditions … Continue reading

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Unfinished Business

Somewhere there is a question that asks something along the lines of, “If it was impossible to fail, what would you accomplish?” I think of that very often. When I was younger my mother did everything for me. Drawing leasons, … Continue reading

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Movie Adaptations? What’s the Difference? What’s the Affect?

Now, something near and dear to my heart. Adaptations. While there are soooooo many adaptations I’m going to choose a few that I really really wish were…well…correct. But first, let’s take a look at the goals of a movie adaptation. … Continue reading

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