Do you enjoy my weekly dose of randomity (I am aware that is not a word)? Do you enjoy my weekly dose of hilarity? Do you enjoy my weekly dose of stupidity? If so, now is the time to tell me before I make a bunch of changes you may not like (like becoming intelligent). … Continue reading Do You Want to Help Me Make My Blog Better?
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Happy New Year, humans! Did you stay up till midnight? My friends and I got together and had a dino-opoly competition, ate prehistoric pizza, and watched Drawassic Park. But it’s a new year now and that means... 358 DAYS TILL NEXT CHRISTMAS! No, seriously, it actually means my inbox is flooded with fitness advertisements (I … Continue reading 18 Resolutions Every Writer Needs to Make
Happy Day-After-Christmas! Did you have a nice Christmas? I spent most of yesterday eating my presents and now I only have two lonely books left! Normally I would be sad, but an unusually wonderful honor has helped cheer me up. You see, my digsite is so awesome I received an award! Yeah, I can hear … Continue reading The Liebster Award
I don’t like Christmastime. I realize I just posted a short story where I played the part of Scrooge, but that has no bearing whatsoever on the previous statement. Really, I don’t dislike Christmas, just Christmastime (big difference). And the reason I dislike it has absolutely nothing to do with Christmas at all. The reason … Continue reading Days NOT in Mariposa’s Office: A Dinosaur’s Complaint About Christmas
Have you finished your Christmas shopping yet? I finished mine last Christmas when all the stuff was on sale—that way I can give my friends inexpensive expensive presents. The only problem is that it was so long ago that I can’t remember where I stashed the presents... I don’t know what to do—Christmas is only … Continue reading 6 Presents Writers Can Give During the Christmas Season
Once upon a time, an authorosaurus sat writing at his desk. It was cold, bleak, biting labor: withal a foggy brain: and he could not hear the dinosaurs outside go wheezing up and down because he was too preoccupied in his work. The egg-shaped lights on his tree flickered, reminding him that it was past … Continue reading The Tale of Aberdnezer Scrooge
Don’t you just love bright, bold colors? You don’t? Well, then I pity your eyesight, because color is a necessary part of writing. Yes, you read that right—I said writing. A black and white sketch can be beautiful, but black and white writing is as bland as bread and water. And who wants to eat … Continue reading 4 Ways to Add Color to Black & White Sentences
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite times of the year because I can stuff myself with BOOKS! Now, I know I’ve been griping about how I’m sick of eating books, but that was a week ago, and these books are specially cooked. As you can see from the picture, my family has quite the feast … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving from the Createtus Period!
Are you enjoying NaNoWriMo? I hope so, because I’m not. I’m already two weeks into NaNoWriMo and my word count is up to 40,000. My book-eating count is up to 50,000. And my energy count is down to zero. I can’t believe it, but I’m sick of eating books. And even more of writing books. … Continue reading 14 Reasons I Am (or Will Be) Thankful I’m Not Writing
You guys are the most unhelpful people I have ever met—wait, that’s technically not true since I haven’t met you. Well, then you are the most unhelpful people I have ever heard of. Wait, that’s not true either since some of you I haven’t even heard of. Alrighty, to be fair, I’ll just say you … Continue reading A Day in Mariposa’s Office: No Help, No Writing, & NoNaChriCaMaMo