Emma Coats shares storytelling tips based on her time working at Pixar.
See here for a new writing project I started with Sara and Jes. Expect to see more writing here! Now if I only had time to bring this blog back into full working order…
We’re all beginners when it comes to writing. It’s just that some people have begun more often then others. Eric Shonkwiler (via @eshonkwiler)
In which brain barf becomes beauty: the brief story of a librarian and her Workflowy.com account.
Today, I will be that girl with the shiny toy.
I closed out January with five stitches in my thumb (first time getting stitches– first visit to the emergency room). Surely, I can do better in February. Reading Sharp object encounters aside, January was a pretty good month. I managed to read quite a bit more1. Listening to the audiobook versions of S&S and MP […]
I’ve developed this habit of starting drafts and forgetting about them for a week or two, possibly a carryover of blogging privately. Oops. Here’s a slightly dusty post from Dec 2nd. I refuse to accept that WrAnyMo was a resounding failure. Sure, I only made about 22% of my goal to write 30,000 words in […]
In which I ponder over-editing and necessity of posting my WrAnyMo work.
My final BEDA. I have to say I’m glad it’s over. I like the exercise of writing every day but I do not like the idea of having to PUBLISH these daily scribbles for the world to see. My writing this month has been crap. I’m not capable of being ‘on’ all of the time. […]
During lunch, I read a baffling headline in today’s print edition of the Indiana Daily Student. The story appears online with an altered headline but here is what I saw: “Students to march in protest: event proclaims dismay with troops in Iraq” The ugly sentence construction misleads readers. My initial interpretation of this headline was […]