St. De Sales was, of course, a writer. He’s best known for “Introduction to The Devout Life.” It’s famous for being one of the first books written for laymen, or people with little or no formal education.
This is one of the most fun poetry forms I have ever found.
Because sometimes it’s good to read things that piss you off and offend you
This is a tool I actually use when I’m writing Flash Fiction, because I want to get the most out of each of my 500 words.
Kids don’t see the world the same way adults do, so what we might perceive as offensive or concerning never even crossed their minds. And if you don’t believe me, go watch an old Rugrats cartoon.
For day two of banned book week, I’ve got another list for you. It’s a list of my top ten favorite banned books, just in case you need some ideas on what to read this week.
Banned book week is by far my favorite holiday on the bibliophile calendar. For those who don’t know, it’s a week celebrating books that have been banned from public and school libraries.
Even the most baddass character should have something silly about them. Something that makes them more of a real person, and not just a character to preform a task.
My favorite thing this week (Besides the video of a surfing alpaca I saw on Last Week Tonight,) is this website I stumbled on called Clever Girl… Read more “Check This Out: Clever Girl Helps”
You may accuse me of overstating this, but you’d be wrong. If you want to be a writer, any kind of writer, the very first thing you… Read more “The Writer’s Notebook”