Quantcast

Category Archive: Writing

May 09 2013

Enchanted Forest, INC. – Novel Excerpt

Yesterday, probably yesterday, who knows with exams being the way they are, a few people expressed some interest in reading my fiction.  What follows is an excerpt, the prologue from my novel Enchanted Forest, INC.  It is Terry Pratchett-esque fantasy/humor/adventure/snark. There comes a point when a yipping dog has to be put outside or locked in …

Continue reading »

Jan 07 2013

Your Domain Has Expired

I got an email today from WordPress. The domain upgrade at [blog name] has expired. I’ve been blogging for exactly one year as of today–the blog that has expired (though it’s been set to private for months) was my first, begun January 7th of last year. In exactly one year I’ve written there at Teen …

Continue reading »

Jan 01 2013

New, New, New

New Years, new ideas, new things. So, what say you to some new ideas for my blogging? I’m really looking for your responses, and yes, they will effect what I decide to do. Important: I am Kate, not Ashley. I speak only for my posting. So, if you tell me I need to be making …

Continue reading »

Oct 22 2012

Behold the Blog: All My Stubborn Ounces

536016_10151240823572803_438887117_n

I’ve been meaning to make some regular features of my blogging here, and now that I’ve lassoed a free half hour to myself, I’m starting this one: Behold the Blog. Every Monday, give or take the occasional midterm, travelling, or mid-quarter-life-crisis, I’m going to talk about a blog I hope is new to you. Today: …

Continue reading »

Sep 08 2012

People looking out for Hollywood writers: Eddie Kritzer, the scam that will not die

I got the following comment today, and I’m sharing it as a blog post for everyone.  If you haven’t read the Eddie Kritzer saga, I will include a bundle of links at the end. Just a PSA to keep Eddie Kritzer (a.k.a. Andy King) on the radar. I’m almost certain a weekly post on Craigslist …

Continue reading »

Mar 24 2012

Reason Rally VIP

So, I sent my blog post yesterday to the Reason Rally essay contest and won two seats in the VIP section. Because I got here early, I actually got a seat in the front row.  If you’d like to follow me, I will probably posting mostly on facebook, which you can follow, or twitter. The …

Continue reading »

Apr 10 2011

Interview with Nicholl Fellowship Winner Micah Ranum!

FSU Classmate and winner of the 2010 Nicholl Fellowship Micah Ranum very kindly answered some questions I had for him about winning and what his life has been like since. 1. What script did you win with, what’s it about, what do you love about it? My script is entitled “A Good Hunter.” The story …

Continue reading »

Mar 20 2011

Busy!

Have you ever had one of those weeks where there was just too much going on?  That’s the sort of week I’ve been having.  It’s been good, great even, I’ve just had a lot on my plate.  I love the freelance writing I’m doing but, between working full-time and tutoring and trying to attend local …

Continue reading »

Mar 14 2011

Secular Coalition for America Blog

I thought, you know, being a semi-regular contributor to 3 blogs just wasn't enough.  Sean Faircloth, who I have a total atheist political crush on, got in touch with me a few months ago to ask me if I wanted to help with his new project, creating a blog on the SCA site.  The help …

Continue reading »

Mar 12 2011

Deep Thought

Why is it easier to be proud of something you’re absolutely no good at than it is to be proud of something you are actually good at? Today, with writing money, I bought a sewing machine and made a skirt. It’s pretty crap, but whatever, I love it.

Older posts «