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Happy birthday [personal profile] thermalsatsuma! I hope it's as gadget filled as you want it to be!

grammatology \ gram-uh-TOL-uh-jee \ , noun;
1. the scientific study of systems of writing.

studied aspects of
grammatology, picked my
lucky sentences


Jozef Bednarczyk

How to Trick Your Brain to Create a New Healthy Habit


After the Apocalypse Haiku

24. fashion

scarification
the devout make penance
before the cross


for NaHaiWriMo



Dog walking. I found more blackcurrants on the field, and some redcurrants in the front garden and made more jam. Yummy, thugh I don't think I boiled it enough since it hasn't set.

In jiu-jitsu, it was my first advanced class. They call it advanced for a reason. I ache all over.


Written today:

Jasfoup (300)
Damaged Goods (550)
odd ficlet (200)


You've been reading Of Literary Bent. I thank you.
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Artist and writer
a woman of extraordinary talent
Lady of Lettering
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found on the NaNoWriMo Derbyshire FB page

Go on, I dare you to answer these...



1. What’s your word count?

2. How long until you finish?

3. If you have finished, how long did it take you?

4. Do you have an outline?

5. Do you have a plot?

6. How many words do you typically write a day?

7. What was your greatest word count in one day?

8. What was your least impressive word count in one day?

9. What inspired you to write?

10. Does your novel have a theme song?

11. Assign each of your major characters a theme song.

12. Which character is most like you?

13. Which character would you most likely be friends with?

14. Do you have any Gary-Stu’s or Mary Sue’s (if you do not recognize the term, click here: http://www.onlyfiction.net/marysue2.html)?

15. Who is your favourite character in your novel?

16. Have your characters ever done something completely unexpected? If so, what?

17. Have you based any of your novel directly on personal experiences?

18. Do you believe in plot bunnies?

19. Is there magic in your novel?

20. Are any holidays celebrated in your novel?

21. Does anyone die?

22. How many cups of coffee have you consumed during your writing experience?

23. What is the latest have you stayed up writing?

24. What is the best line?

25. What is the worst line?

26. Have you dreamt about your novel or its characters?

27. Does your novel rely heavily on allegory?

28. Summarize your novel in under fifteen words.

29. Do you love all your characters?

30. Have you done something sadistic or cruel to your characters specifically to increase your word count?

31. What was the last thing your main character ate?

32. Describe your main character in three words.

33. What would your antagonist dress up as for Halloween?

34. Does anyone in your story go to a place of worship?

35. How many romantic relationships take place in your novel?

36. Are there any explosions in your novel?

37. Is there an apocalypse in your novel?

38. Does your novel take place in a post-apocalyptic world?

39. Are there aliens, robots, and creatures from another world in your novel?

40. Are there witches, wizards, zombies, vampires or mythological creatures/figures in your novel?

41. Is anyone reincarnated?

42. Is anyone physically ailed?

43. Is anyone mentally ill?

44. Who has pets in your novel and what are they?

45. Are there angels, demons, or any religious references/figures in your novel?

46. How about political figures?

47. Is there incessant drinking?

48. Are there board games? If so, which ones?

49. Are there any dream sequences?

50. Is there humour?

51. Is there tragedy?

52. Does anyone have a temper tantrum?

53. Are there any naughty sex/sexy scenes?

54. How many characters end up single at the end of your novel?

55. Is anyone in your novel adopted?

56. Does anyone in your novel wear glasses?

57. Has your novel provided insight about your life?

58. Your personality?

59. Has your novel inspired anyone?

60. How many people have asked to read your novel?

61. Have you drawn any of your characters?

62. Has anyone drawn your characters for you?

63. Does anyone vomit in your novel?

64. Does anyone bleed in your novel?

65. Do any of your characters watch TV?

66. What size shoe does your main character wear?

67. Do any of the characters in your novel use a computer?

68. How would you react if your novel was erased entirely?

69. Did you cry at killing off any of your characters?

70. Did you cheer when killing off one of your characters?

71. What advice would you give to a fellow writer?

72. Describe your ending in three words.

73. Are there any love triangles, squares, hexagons, etc.?

74. On a scale of 1-10 (1 being the least stressful, 10 being the most) how does your stress rank?

75. Is it worth it?
leatherdykeuk: (theatre masks)
Oak Tree Dryad - couldn't tell you why, but loved it and the way it was presented and delivered!
Rachel Green's piece; hauntingly lyrical.
Oak tree Dryad - Brilliant imagery, maybe a little more set up in the narrative. Mischief in every word and move
Oak tree Dryad - Really nice tone. Really enjoyed the words. Tells the story really well. Love the last word Jump.
Oak tree Dryad - Medieval tale meets wickerman.
A bit odd but an alluring performance. Don't often see ghost stories and it did a good job of making you wonder what was not quite right before it revealed the ghost. The show didn't have as much dark as some of the previous ones and her writing always has a lot going on under the surface, so I think this was put in the right place.
leatherdykeuk: (theatre masks)
Oak Tree Dryad - couldn't tell you why, but loved it and the way it was presented and delivered!
Rachel Green's piece; hauntingly lyrical.
Oak tree Dryad - Brilliant imagery, maybe a little more set up in the narrative. Mischief in every word and move
Oak tree Dryad - Really nice tone. Really enjoyed the words. Tells the story really well. Love the last word Jump.
Oak tree Dryad - Medieval tale meets wickerman.
A bit odd but an alluring performance. Don't often see ghost stories and it did a good job of making you wonder what was not quite right before it revealed the ghost. The show didn't have as much dark as some of the previous ones and her writing always has a lot going on under the surface, so I think this was put in the right place.

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