I won! I won Camp NaNoWriMo for July 2017. Yay! My Goal was 30,000 words in 31 days. This is LESS than 1,000 words a day. I made it with 80 words to spare (I clocked in July 31st at 9:30pm with 30,089 words) Whew. I had a few really good days – mostly Saturday mornings… Continue reading Writing: Camp NaNoWriMo
What if we learn in 500 years that there is a new, weird mold on our wheat which makes people hallucinate & develop paranoia? — Librin Latone (@LibrinLatone) July 29, 2017 This would help me SO MUCH. It would make so much of what is happening in the world today make more sense (to me).… Continue reading Politics: Are we Hallucinating?
I’ve been working on a long post for three days. I might even need to split it… I know, I’m a nerd who enjoys doing research too much. Hopefully I’ll have this/these posts up soon!
This book is a middle-grade fantasy story by Sage Blackwood. This means it’s really written for 11-13/14 year olds, but I would actually put it at a pretty solid 4/5 for adults too. It was enjoyable, if not the most “mature content.” It’s approach to relationships is perfect for a budding teenager and I found… Continue reading Review: Jinx (trilogy)
As I sit in bed Tuesday night, the news is already declaring Karen Handel winning Georgia’s 6th district – a study in money in politics and the insanity of the current electoral process. She didn’t win by much, for a district that is historically much above the national average…. it was a loss for the… Continue reading Politics: Georgia’s 6th
I’m in San Diego! This weather is amazing! And my hotel… Sweet!
I was in middle school when my grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. I only vaguely remember the night she called my parents from the Home Depot (about 3-4 miles from HER house) and admitted she was lost. Grandma didn’t know how to get home from there and she needed my parents to come rescue… Continue reading Life Memories: My namesake