May 2017 was a much better month for reading. I discovered two new favorites and got through some textbooks. Somehow, I had balanced enough to actually get my school reading done and have space for some fun projects. The read-along for The Alchemists of Loom was a blast, but there’s more I want to share.
A late post because of school and garbage, but otherwise, I learned so much from my reading choices and I’m excited to share. It was a great month in terms of learning how to write and important things to consider as a baby writer. Continue reading
I got so much reading done this month. It was mostly due to my writing retreat where I played author for 9 days. It’s been a busy month of reading, so let’s get right into the lessons learned.
For whatever reason, my to-do post came up blank. Anyway, for spring break from graduate school, I went to Portland, OR for 9 days to get back into writing. Here is an overview of what I did while I was there and why it was so necessary. Continue reading
I read two books this month and they were really good. Both written by people named Victoria and both feature magical words. The similarities and learnings end there in this month’s edition of Reading Recap.
My first language is Polish, the most comma-happy language ever. If I were to write that first sentence, there would be one after “Polish” and before “ever.” English doesn’t work this way. For clarity’s sake, commas are so helpful and I get into back-and-forth edits about them too often. Here are some tips.