Editing Pains

You know, I've always thought of myself as a fairly good editor, both of my own work and others. In high school, friends would bring me their papers to read through and give them pointers. In college, I was a tutor for student-athletes at the University of Oregon, and did a lot of assisting with … Continue reading Editing Pains

Top 5 Ways to Procrastinate–and the danger of doing it

Ah procrastination, you beautiful, evil temptress. Like a siren, you lure the unwitting writer into your welcoming arms, never letting on your plan to lock the author in a vice-grip and pull her to a watery grave. You smile sweetly, but once your victim is caught, he smells your breath of rotting cabbage and natto (if you've … Continue reading Top 5 Ways to Procrastinate–and the danger of doing it

NaNoWriMo: 22 days until the ride begins

When planning just isn't your cup of proverbial tea.

Digital Storytelling. What is it and why am I writing about it?

A post about blogging