Monthly Archives: October 2011

This is a problem.

This is what my NaNoWriMo profile looked like last night. Unfortunately, it still looks like that. I think this whole NaNoWriMo thing kicks off in, like, two hours. And, naturally, I’ve decided to become painfully obsessed with the appearance of … Continue reading

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Five. Quickly.

1. I got the coolest opportunity to help design a real, live author’s personal blog. I’m going to tell you all about it just as soon as I sit and finish that post. But, yeah. It made my fucking year. … Continue reading

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This is going to make reading more difficult.

Not to mention, you know, USING MY PHONE IN GENERAL. I know what you’re thinking. This wouldn’t have happened to a real book.

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Of music and stalkers.

My mom came into my room one morning blathering on about God-only-knows like she does when I’ve just woken up and she has me at a disadvantage. (I am not a morning person. It takes a significant amount of time … Continue reading

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Homo-erotica: tell me why

There’s a lot I don’t understand. 1. Black licorice and candy corn 2. Tom Brady’s choice of hairstylist 3. What I’m supposed to be doing with my life 4. The purpose of bugs that fly, hop and/or move Most recently … Continue reading

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Something. I’m just not sure what.

I know what my problem is. I have no niche. My other problem? At 29, I still don’t know how to say “niche.” (Guess I should’ve added that to my list.) Is it neesh? Or nish? Or nitch? (No, really, … Continue reading

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