Hope Halloween was a blast. This November may very well be too, at least for me. I’ve decided to try NaNoWriMo again, and see how far I can get this year in one of my projects. So far, I’ve written seven pages of notes, and typed about 3621 words. So far, so good.
Anyone else participating? And if so, what’s your project about?
It seems that my phone is acting up and doesn’t upload posts to my blog, so here are the prompts up to today yet again. Apologies.
2) Names: research your name. What does it mean and what do you think of it? Do you think it fits you, or not? Or, what would you like it to mean and why?
3) A Coded Message: come up with your own code, or find one that you like. Write yourself a message. Then, dispose or hide it away somewhere only you know. Hide the key somehow, either in your notebook or somewhere else.
4) Free Association: pick a word and write down (or web out randomly) all the thoughts, memories and ideas that come to mind because of that word.
5) Ghost Stories: what ghost story did you grow up with, or what story or urban legend scares you the most? Write down a summary and then write about why it’s so scary?
Have a good one!
For the past few days, I’ve been working on prompts for this coming February, where I plan to post a new prompt each day. So, prepare your pens and notebooks (or paper) and get ready for my 28 Days of Writing! If you plan to join in, please use the tags #28daysofwriting or #thirteensprompts so I know who’s participating, or comment simply comment below. Well, have enjoy the rest of the weekend!
Hope you all started the week well. I thought I’d share a few pictures of the composition notebook I’m working for my August challenge. Enjoy!
Continue reading Week One: A Few Pages
Began the morning with a collage. Still working on it now.
Well, now that February is over I can admit that I’m glad I participated in Elisse’s photo challenge. Even though I wasn’t able to complete it (only needed four more, but ran out of time), I am still proud of myself for having kept to it for so long. I honestly didn’t think I would get so close to the finish line, sorta speak. Not just that, I honestly feel like I took some pretty neat shots, and one of which has even become my March blog banner. What do you guys think?
Well, onward to the next challenge! (Because, let’s face it, there’s always another challenge when it comes to blogging.)
Or in this case, a collage of some of the things I love. I wasn’t able to take a hole lot of pictures, and so I scavenged through the ones I already had to make this collage.
Things I love: dusk after the rain, the written word (journals), morning tea, Starbucks, dragons, literature, mail, sunsets, and San Francisco.