how do you write awesome dialogue? well, first you're gonna need some characters...
the one where i launch into a tumblr-style rant about Avatar: The Last Airbender
how do you spend quality time alone and do the things you like to do? it's simple, but it’s not always easy!
did you know you could be like a professor without having to go to school for 100 years? me neither!
why should you write? read more to find out!
i'm about to do something incredibly self-gratifying, but i'm gonna do it anyway. i thought it would be a fun writing experiment to use one of those "character sheet" templates to interview one of my characters, just to see a) if i know my character as well as i think i do and b) if … Continue reading interview with a character
ah, the scourge of the aspiring writer, the bane of authors everywhere--the infamous writer's block. it's a veritable rite of passage for anyone who dares wield the mighty pen, for who among us has not felt its vice-like grip at least once in their writing quest? (bruh, i don't know what's up with all the … Continue reading top 5 tuesday: overcoming writer’s block
but becca, i thought this was a blog about writing and books and malarky, not diy projects. why are you making a post about a totally-last-season 80s comeback? i dunno, because i can? actually, here's the backstory: i got bleach on one of my favorite shirts. darn. so i consulted the internet on how to … Continue reading the best way to acid wash a shirt?
dude i am so weird when it comes to picking things to watch on netflix. i'm not that adventurous. unless i've heard good things about it, it's very rare that i watch something just because i'm curious about it. the odds get even worse if i'm watching netflix with someone. god forbid i pick something horrible and … Continue reading top 5 tuesday: summer netflix picks
the other day, i was sitting outside on my back porch and got to witness a mama robin teaching her teenager (as i assumed this not-quite-baby robin to be) how to fly. for a while--like twenty minutes at least--the teenager just sat on the fence post grooming himself and pecking at the wood like, "screw … Continue reading how to stare at people (and also birds)