November 2018

It’s been a minute since I gave NaNoWriMo a whirl.  Goals: Voting! Read Invisible, Akata Witch, and Hey Ladies. Finish the TAZ Mystery Puzzle Box. Send some Thanksgiving* gratitude cards. Write thru NaNoWriMo. Continue half marathon training (I am doing Santa to Sea on December 5). Looking ahead to: Kaytlyn visiting over Thanksgiving! I’ve longContinue reading “November 2018”


A Praise Chorus – Jimmy Eat World listening :: to the back catalog of My Brother, My Brother and Me and some Too Beautiful to Live; reading :: I Know How She Does It by Laura Vanderkam and finished up the (currently available) trades of The Wicked + the Divine; eating :: a medium StarbucksContinue reading “Currently”

Stuff I Read This Week:

Following death of woman from Colorado, concerns grow about birth control safety | Colorado Public Radio Yoga Poses in Israel | The New York Times 5 Ways to keep my reading your first chapter | National Novel Writing Month Why Getty going free is such a big deal, explained in Getty images | The AtlanticContinue reading “Stuff I Read This Week:”

Week 2

listening :: to my Pop Pop, and Mike’s stories from Japan; watching :: video lectures and The Mindy Project season premiere; reading :: Runner’s World and about the Mountain Runners; wanting :: this semester to be over, coffee, and a long vacation; working :: on class work and the library’s zombie apocalypse plan; writing :: projects proposals for class, class instructionContinue reading “Week 2”

National Novel Writing Month 6.0

This is entirely Kim the Librarian’s fault. She introduced me to National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, in 2007 and I haven’t looked back since. What the heck is NaNoWriMo? Is that a disease? Is it contagious? Well, a little. NaNoWriMo is an annual writing project that occurs in November. For 30 days people fromContinue reading “National Novel Writing Month 6.0”