I will confess I’ve gotten hopelessly behind on Nanowrimo this year. I have not been doing my 1,200 words a day or whatever it is, and I probably won’t finish this year. I like to keep telling myself I’m going to get inspired and bang out another 40,000 words in the last week, but that’s […]Read more "How to #Nanowrimo while #BlackFriday shopping on Thanksgiving"
I personally don’t care what Starbucks does or doesn’t put on their ridiculously overpriced coffee cups (although I firmly believe that if you’re paying 7 bucks for coffee you should be able to design your own cup from the Starbuck’s app while waiting in line). But I have an imagination that gets out of […]Read more "Starbuck’s Announces Its First-Ever 100% Non-Offensive Coffee Cup, Guaranteed Butthurt-Free"
Every year when I do #Nanowrimo, I spend more time thinking about random shit than writing. I’m not promoting procrastination, but I do find writing allows for some serious introspection, so I figure I might as well blog my way through this year’s National Novel Writing Month. Last year I worked on writing 50,000 words […]Read more "Blogging My Way Through #Nanowrimo: Why #amwriting Should Be Uncomfortable"
I have been participating in #Nanowrimo (National Novel Writing Month) since 2012, at which time I started a novel with the working title of You Can’t Go Home Again. I promptly finished that novel in November….of 2014. (Hey, they didn’t say it had to be November of the same year, did they?) At that point, […]Read more "Are You #Writing a Novel for #Nanowrimo?"
One of my Facebook friends, who like me has had no use for the orange-dusted mushroom cloud, recently told me she was considering voting for him. Although she still thinks republican policies are bad for the economy, and she agrees the Trumpster Dumpster is a despicable jerk, she thinks that “something needs to be done […]Read more "Why Building a Wall Will Never Fix the Economy"