I remember I started reading this book on September 23rd for significant reasons to the plot that I’ll get into later and that it took me a long time to finish. In fact, I completely forgot to write a review for this book because Summerlong is a forgettable read, and that’s a hard thing for me to …

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Hello all! It’s still November and that means it’s still NaNoWriMo and I thought, why not use today’s blog post to give an update on that? I mean, it’s going pretty well, suspiciously well if I do say so myself. So far for my NaNo project I’m at 18,559 which is about a thousand words …

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***MAJOR SPOILERS FOR THE HANDMAID’S TALE AND THE TESTAMENTS*** As soon as I found out Margaret Atwood was writing a sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale I couldn’t wait to read it! I was skeptical of course, loving the ambiguous ending of The Handmaid’s Tale and believing that it ended completely in it’s own way, I was curious about …

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CW: Animal death. This is pretty self explanatory but yesterday when I was driving home from work I saw a skunk get run over by a car so I wrote about it.

Today’s prompt is Light and I wanted to experiment with dialogue. I wanted to see if it was possible to tell a story with multiple characters and just using dialogue, no other identifiable characteristics except for the characters names said by others throughout the story. I don’t know if I was successful or if it’s …

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Catching the Light was such an odd book that I still don’t exactly know what to say about it. Cathy is an unpopular illiterate eleven-year-old living in Newfoundland, but though she can’t read or speak properly she sees the world clearly through her art. Drawing and painting are Cathy’s passions and she’s convinced that if she …

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Is it clichéd to talk about leaves on the first day of October? Is it lazy writing or just being opportunistic when the colours are all around you and your first prompt is nature so why not talk about the leaves?