As an English major, I have joined the clubs of I-have-read-too-many-Shakespeare-plays-to-count and when-can-I-stop-reading-Hamlet-even-though-it’s-my-favorite. It seems that I can’t spend a semester without Shakespeare. But one of my professors, who is also an English advisor, discussed making Shakespeare not a requirement with my senior class. Both sides explained their opinions. Some students felt Shakespeared out and some … Continue reading Getting rid of Shakespeare
I always end up listening to people’s words and writing them down. It’s worse when I’m in class. I’ll be sitting down, writing notes or a blog down, and somehow I hear a great line to write down. My margins are filled with other people’s words. They’re diagonal and lopsided. I can’t even remember where … Continue reading A writer habit
Attention all writers! Just as a reminder: a rest day is sometimes needed. You’ve worked a bunch lately and have accomplished a lot even if you can’t tell. Take some the time to rest and rejuvenate. You deserve it.
Congratulations! Whether you wrote 50,000 words or even 5,000 this NaNoWriMo season, you’re a great writer. The best people push themselves further and that’s exactly what NaNoWriMo helps with. I just completed NaNoWriMo myself about one day and four hours before this post was published. For the first time ever, I finished the story around … Continue reading A congratulations for all