Five and Daemon, Part One Five and Daemon, Part Two Five and Daemon, Part Three Five and Deamon, Part Four Five and Daemon, Part Five Five and Daemon, Part Six Five and Daemon, Part Seven Five and Daemon, Part Eight Five and Daemon, Part Nine by M.A. Kropp “Does he smell like...?” Fran began as … Continue reading Monday Storytime: Five and Daemon, Part Nine
Well, 'tis the season for this sort of thing, isn't it? This is not your typical "thankful for" post, however. Yes, I am thankful for family, friends, and what is generally a decent life. But those things are one the thankful radar every day. No, dear ones, this thankful post is the Thanksgeeking list. And so: … Continue reading I Am Thankful For…
Here's some music developed especially for cats. Apparently, some cats do react to it. Mine didn't seem to care.: Music for Cats This secret pagan basilica under the streets of Rome has recently been opened to visitors: Pagan Basilica Here's something I never would have imagined I'd be linking to. A medieval folk band covering … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Kitty Music, Pagan Balsilica Opens to Public, Medieval Cover of Metallica, and Star Wars VII Trailer Supercut
National Novel Writing Month is just about finished. We are heading into the backstretch and through the turn to the home stretch and finish line. I hope you are on track for where you want to be, whatever that is. This time around, I have been doing quite well and will probably hit my 50K … Continue reading Monday Musings: So, I Wrote Fifty Thousand Words. Now, What?
This week, I am going to outline my method for getting NaNoWriMo done. If you are not familiar, NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) is when writers from all over the world attempt to write a 50,000 word novel in thirty days. I've done this every year, except one, since 2008, and hit that 50K each … Continue reading How Do You NaNo? This Is How I Do It
We are at the start of National Novel Writing Month-or NaNoWriMo to us, that gloriously weird month in which a lot of people set out to write 50,000 words of a novel in 30 days, from November 1 to November 30. (If you want to know more, here is the link: NaNoWriMo) I am going … Continue reading Monday Musings: Planning a New Project (How I Do It)