Kyle's day 10 poem for NaPoWriMo where he breaks away from the prompt of the day and instead writes something inspired by the poem "Sunshower". A story has two sides. The way it starts may not be the way it ends. And sometimes your preconceived notions may influence your judgement before you hear the whole story.
Kyle's day 9 post for Napowrimo on the useless nonsense that keeps him awake at night
Kyle's day 8 Na/GloPoWriMo post. Doctor, Doctor- I feel like a pair of curtains. No man, pull yourself together!
Kyle's day 7 post of NaPoWriMo: where he explains why he stubbornly refuses to give anything to anyone. Not to the blind, or the homeless, or even the ugly.
Kyle's day 6 poem of NaPoWriMo where he imagines the possibilities of an alternative universe
Kyle's day 5 poem for NaPoWriMo where he attempts a villanelle format with lines from Shakespeare and Red Riding Hood
My book life in 10 memes
Is Minya a terror like Skathis or a a child fallen victim to her circumstances? Is Skathis really the monster he comes across as, or is there more to his character than meets the eye? Check out this post to hear our ideas.
I opened a book and in I strodeNow nobody can find me.I’ve left my chair, my house, my road,My town and my world behind me. I’m wearing the cloak, I’ve slipped on the ring,I’ve swallowed the magic potion.I’ve fought with a dragon, dined with a kingAnd dived in a bottomless ocean. I opened a book …
Our first post about Eragon, where we chat about how Christopher Paolini uses perspective .