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Wrapping Up November 2018

This is my second attempt at writing this wrap up on WordPress because the original draft vanished. I need to rethink where I write my drafts. So, it’s the end of November, and I want to share what happened and what I found. But first, I want to share an update about the Fanfiction Reading… Continue reading Wrapping Up November 2018

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Wrapping Up October 2018

Yesterday was Halloween, so it’s that time again where I share what I read and posted this month as well as spotlighting other bloggers’ posts. To start this off, I wrote four Halloween-related posts. The first is “Make Halloweentown Better by Bringing Kal Back,” which ends in plot bunnies for Halloweentown fanfiction. The next is… Continue reading Wrapping Up October 2018

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Metztlitototl is plagued by the Gods of Death and Night

A pale boy who had lost his memory was going to be sacrificed to the Aztec God of Death until said god stayed the High Priest’s hand and marked the boy as his servant. Like the High Priest, this boy can see and interact with the gods. It doesn’t help that the interests two of… Continue reading Metztlitototl is plagued by the Gods of Death and Night

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Wrapping Up September 2018

Welcome to Autumn, the season of pumpkin spice everything and the gearing up for Halloween! September is coming to an end, and Freeform is advertising its 31 Nights of Halloween. That means it’s time for me to wrap up September. I’m currently reading The Darkest Part of the Forest, by Holly Black, on audiobook and… Continue reading Wrapping Up September 2018

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Characters and Gardner’s 9 Types of Intelligence

This week’s theme for the I Heart Characters! meme is brainiacs, who could show that by being sly, clever, book smart, etc. As I thought about the characters who could be brainiacs, I remembered the the theory of multiple intelligences. Multiple Intelligences Oasis says Howard Gardner is a psychologist and Harvard Professor who developed the theory… Continue reading Characters and Gardner’s 9 Types of Intelligence

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Music Monday: The Parade of Nations

Last night marked the end of the 2018 Winter Olympics, which featured EXO and CL. I used to listen to a lot of K-POP in high school and my freshman year of college, so I was excited when I recognized two K-POP songs during the Parade of Nations in the Opening Ceremony two weeks ago.… Continue reading Music Monday: The Parade of Nations

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Music Monday: Wintersong

I want to try something new by connecting books to music. Fortunately, Spines on a Line hosts the monthly meme Music Monday. It was inspired by #MusicMonday on Twitter. It seems to be pretty flexible about making those connections. Today I’m making a soundtrack for Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones. This novel is very music-focused with four… Continue reading Music Monday: Wintersong