This week, I have had the honor of writing guest posts for not one, but TWO blogs. Pretty cool, huh? Which two are they though . . . ?
Pucker Up: Writing a Kissing Scene
I’m working on a kissing scene for my young adult novel, and I did a little research on the matter. Apparently, there's quite a bit more to a young adult kissing scene than I had originally thought. Here’s a list of some interesting findings.
How to Get an “A” on an Essay: Proofreading Tips
You’ve done your research, you’ve written your essay, and now it’s time to turn that sucker in, right? Nope. You have one more step to do—proofreading. Here are some tips on executing an efficient and successful proofreading that will hopefully earn you that “A” on your essay.
Oh, Sweet Mercy, Make It Stop: Ten Irritating Songs
Rihanna, bring your milkshake to the yard. We've got some jive talkin' to do with Lamb Chop and Garth Brooks as we explore some of the most irritating songs known to man.
Listception: A List of Why I Love Lists
I told you in my post, “Well, Would You Look at That: One Lovely Blog Nomination” that I was going to make a list of the reasons why I love lists. Well, here it is. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you listception!
Well, Would You Look at That: One Lovely Blog Nomination
I have been nominated by https://freedomthroughempowerment.wordpress.com/ for the One Lovely Blog Award. How cool is that?
Hand It Down
I come from a lineage of hard hands, calloused from sharecropping, wood chopping, and moving steel billets into hellish furnaces. But my hands are soft.
After some thinking, I realized why Christmas has such a hold me—it’s the hope that comes with the holiday. Christmas drips with hope, and I know of few things that are more powerful than hope. I’m not talking about the “hope” that politicians (on both sides) bandy about during debates and speeches. Rather, I’m speaking of, well . . . actually, I’m talking about different levels of hope. Let me explain.
Beware the Thesis: How to Craft an “A”-Worthy Thesis
The thesis sets the tone for a paper, and without a solid one, your chance of getting an “A” on that essay is about as slim as finding Bigfoot poop (see my last post). So, without further ado, here are some tips for crafting an “A”-worthy thesis.
Je Ne Comprends Pas : Things that I Don’t Understand
This week’s post, as if you couldn’t already guess by the title, is about things that I don’t understand. Believe me, there’s a lot to list, but I’ve narrowed it down to a few. For instance, if Bigfoot exists, where's his poop?