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Weekly Writing Update – 05-22-15

  • Posted on May 23, 2015 at 2:42 am

As I predicted, my job is turning out to be more stressful than I had originally anticipated… I can’t write as much as I was hoping for, which is discouraging. I can, however pay my bills for the first time in months, and have food money, so that’s nice!

Word Counts: 

First Book of the Kurylian Saga: 1.5 sections rewritten (Current total: Unknown, hand written)

Kaimi Rowe Series: Seeker Born – Rough Draft – Restarted

Blue Roses – 9,971 words – Dystopian Love Story

An Asexual’s Guide to Dating – Outlined – one section handwritten

Blog Posts:

working on it…

Books Read

None finished this week, sadly…

Goals 

Set up a pinterest board for the kurylian saga characters

Two more blog posts for this blog this week!

Re-re-rewrite Kurylian Saga

return Summer at Tiffany’s by Marjorie Hart

Open Mic Night at Disney

  • Posted on April 18, 2014 at 12:48 pm

Isn’t it odd, how every disney princess sings? Why in the world is it necessary to SING how you feel about your situation? Maybe it’s a stress reliever? Should we all be strapping on our dancing heels and prepping our voices? I’m not sure, but I rather enjoy singing along to the radio in the car? It makes sense that it would be something they would enjoy.

Plus, stereotypically, princesses were supposed to have learnt singing and dancing at early ages, so it makes sense they would want to use this talent before eventually being forced to settle down into queenship.  I’m not sure where it came from, but the idea that women can no longer sing and dance after married is kind of dumb. I mean, I’m not married, but I sing and dance when I want to, not the other way round.

Just a half formed thought for you. See what bursting out into song does for you!

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