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Creative Catastrophe- D

And the letter D is for: Disorienting Dialogue. I’ve done this kind of writing several times, and it is always incredibly hilarious. In order to complete this challenge you must first go to some...

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Quote of the Week #51

“Poets are always taking the weather so personally. They’re always sticking their emotions into things that have no emotions.” -JD Salinger 


Books Belong to Their Readers

If you’re a bookish person on the internet, there’s no way you’ve missed what’s gone down since J.K. Rowling admitted that she shouldn’t have put Ron and Hermione together. This has understandably angered a...


Creative Catastrophe- C

Convince the Cannibal Everyone loves a cannibal, right? Okay, maybe, maybe not. But I bet most people do not like becoming a part of the cannibal’s dinner. Am I wrong? So this week’s challenge...


7 Reasons Why You Love To Read

Growing up, there was always one thing my friends would say that I just could never understand: “I hate reading.” ‘How can you hate reading?’ I would wonder. Sure, there are the books that...

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Word of the Week #50

Someone sent me a gif of a nest of daddy-long-legs, and I was immediately attacked by a horrible sense of formication. formication (noun)  1. The sense of ants or other small bugs swarming, over your...

Quote of the Week #50 0

Quote of the Week #50

“Real magic can never be made by offering someone else’s liver. You must tear out your own, and not expect to get it back.”  -The Last Unicorn, by Peter S. Beagle