500 Days of Autumn

I just watched the movie 500 Days of Summer, and it completely blew me away. Even though, at the surface, it’s just some chick-flick, it really is something more. The screenplay writers really wrote beautifully and the delivery and pace were right on mark. I ended up crying at multiple scenes just because the screenplay […]

30 Days, 1 Success

Day 30 of NaNoWriMo: 50,903 words. Most Salvageable Sentences:  “I wasn’t the villain of the situation. Neither of us were. But one of us was more wrong than the other. That’s how arguments were.” Random Note: 2:33 PM, and I am a Nanowrimo winner! I’m excited, and to get rid of all this pent-up excitement, I’m […]

29 Tubs of Icecream

Day 29 of NaNoWriMo: 49,157 words. Most Salvageable Sentences:  “There was silver sharpie scrawled in the corner of the photograph: I miss you & I miss smiling back at you.” Random Note: It is currently 12:45 AM, and I am tired. Wrote 3,341 words yesterday and this morning.

28 Days of No Sleep

Day 28 of NaNoWriMo: 41785 words. Most Salvageable Sentences: “Because of her, I started to see way raindrops chased each other down window panes and the way old photographs faded. Her laughter was the way I breathed. The way her eyes scanned endless pages of text until the early hours of the morning was more interesting […]

14 Marshmallows

Day 14 of NaNoWriMo: 21836 words. Most Salvageable Sentences: “I almost choked on the marshmallows we were eating. We were going to make smores, but we lacked chocolate and graham crackers after I ate the chocolate last night and Tristan ate the graham crackers a few days ago. We ended up eating plain marshmallows.” Random Note: […]

10 Fingers, 2 Hands

Day 10 of NaNoWriMo: 16675 words. Most Salvageable Sentences: “I called Lance the next day to apologize for being annoying. Lance said he didn’t mind, but apologies were always nice. Then he apologized to me for being careless. I told him I didn’t mind (I did) but apologies were always nice (when you were on the […]