Creative Writing

23 Mar 19
California Writers Club — Berkeley Branch

At our April meeting Beth Barany will help you brainstorm the steps to create your novel—from character development to plot structure to story themes and world building—so you can start writing your novel with clarity and confidence.We’ll do bite-sized exercises step-by-step to help you stretch your imagination and get excited about the writing process.If you have never written a novel, still feel lost on how to go from brilliant idea to The End, or always hit that sagging middle and lose focus, this event will help you dream up exciting ways to torture—er, challenge—your characters all the way to the resolution of the story.

23 Mar 19
Cindy's blog

Building and Enhancing Literacy across the curriculum is a subject where we learned how to be literate in every aspect of life that should be learn of the the 21st century. In this course, we discussed the different types of literacy like media literacy. We learned the new literacies where we could able to adapt […]

23 Mar 19
Mere Inkling

If you are curious about a 1950s perspective on the sexual mores of life on a Martian base, you are in for a rare treat. Although C.S. Lewis’ foray into science fiction is best seen in his Space Trilogy, which begins with Out of the Silent Planet, he also penned a curious short story about […]

23 Mar 19
Zahraa's Blog

Project two was a really different project for me. I thought it was really hard at first because there was a lot of things to do at the same time, but turns out it is not. I even forgot to do a thing or two😁. Interviewing was easy and entertaining for me. I chose to […]

23 Mar 19
Wall Flower Studio

Here in the Haliburton Highlands, it’s not uncommon to hear owls hooting at night. They call out to one another across the distance, through the darkness, in and around the forests that surround our house. Calls range from high-pitched screeching vocals to the more familiar, low-throated husky hoots, put forth with rippled tones that can only […]

23 Mar 19
Real Estate

When I had to start thinking about my writing process I was very confused because I have never thought that I had a “process”. I always like to start my writing first thing in the morning when I wake up because I feel like my mind focuses best at this time and I come up […]

23 Mar 19
Chicken Fryd Games

KeyForge organized play is here, with two Vault Tour tournaments in the books. To me, this marks a pivotal moment in the story of KeyForge, from a time of idealism and speculation to a moment of analysis and evaluation. For the first time, we have major tournament results to look at for answers we have […]

23 Mar 19
Horror Reviews By the Collective

A disillusioned detective and an aging serial killer find themselves gravitating towards a pub, as the detective makes it his personal mission to put an end to the serial killer. – The tl;dr Review: Peter Straub writing horror stories for graphic novels is about as amazing as it sounds. The Green Woman is a mix […]

23 Mar 19
OptivioN

Something strange comes this way and complies through my guitar, vintage harmonicas and my Mac. A tone is moving forward organized by quantum energy fighting all the clean current ideas and whatever is trending on youtube, hopefully making some nurturing vibes along the way.  ‘I have watched Microaggressions inside all the strange political correct colors and […]

23 Mar 19
Jason Depamaylo

Technology: Sphero Computational thinking has become an increasingly prevalent issue for education, considering how career and personal environments are involved and influenced by computing and technology (Barr & Stephenson, 2011). Indeed, Wing (2006) brought the concept of computational thinking to educational pedagogy; how essential skills like problem-solving, analytical thinking, processing of data, coding and other […]

23 Mar 19
Textual Conversations

A comparative study of John Keats’ Poetry and Jane Campion’s film, Bright Star. Texts which endure and are reshaped for differing audiences, form, and intentions inevitably ‘converses’ with each other through intertextuality; that is through shared and contrasting ideas and representations. Through the comparative study of John Keats’ poetry, “Ode to a Grecian Urn” and […]

23 Mar 19
MadFootieFan

If you’re having the same trouble as me, check this blog entry because it might help you.

23 Mar 19
Mobimatic

If you’re keen on writing technology essays which are on new subjects, you must make sure you get your information from the most suitable sources. There are several expository essay information to choose from. You should be exceedingly careful about picking this issue from a broad collection of argumentative essay themes listing. Character Interview Project […]

23 Mar 19
Tammy Bird's Nitty Gritty Writer's Nook

Today I had the honor of interviewing author, Mia Carter. Her debut novel is titled, The Dare. It was released in 2018. Mia, I got spooked just looking at the cover, so I want to start there. How did you decide on the cover art? I had fun picking out the cover, there were so […]