I recently remembered this assignment from my Creative Writing class a couple of years ago and how fun it was, so I thought I’d give it another go–because I’m a strong, independent woman who can do whatever she wants (i.e., I’m bored and on winter break)–using only books that are sitting on my shelf right now.
Continue reading “43. From Once Upon a Time to Happily Ever After”
I love coffee. I love books. I love answering questions. Here we go.
(Found this tag floating around the interwebs, and I think it originated here on YouTube. Also, I’ll link to some sort of synopsis of all the books if you wanna check them out.)
Continue reading “Coffee Book Tag”
This has to be one of the most creative book-settings I’ve dived into in a long while. Too bad the story fell kind of flat.
Continue reading “29. Whoa…SPACE!”
I was probably way more excited for this week’s assignment than I had any right to be. We were supposed to pick 10 books from our bookshelf and type out the first and last sentences of each one. I chose these totally at random, so there is no real order to it…organized chaos, I believe is the correct term.
Continue reading “27. The Beginning and the End”
This week’s assignment was to write the fifth chapter of one of our classmates’ novellas, and I decided to write Sarah’s. This will be interesting since I have no idea what she had in mind to come next, and I decided not to go back and look at her novel analysis, so all I had to go on was what I know from the story already (I’m making things way too difficult for myself…) I apologize in advance, Sarah, if this is absolutely horrible–I barely know what I’m doing, and I definitely just butchered your plot. *hides in shame* But either way, this was fun–I think I enjoyed writing this more than my own story. 🙂
Sarah’s Actual Chapter 5
Continue reading “Fathom (Subliminal)”