National Novel Writing Month, that is. Since this is my last Thursday post before the madness begins, I'm going to use the opportunity to let you lovely people know what will be going down in my corner of the web. I will still be posting my regular Tuesday inspiration posts, at least until further notice … Continue reading It Is Nearly Upon Us.
I was utterly at a loss of what to blog on this singularly uninspiring day. Until, that is, I logged into my trusty Tumblr and saw this: Yes indeedy, ladies and gents. It's St. Crispin's Day. Feel in need of some rousing? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-yZNMWFqvM Or how about something quieter? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHia1zu_YNI Made my mom watch this because … Continue reading Crispin Crispian Shall Ne’er Go By.
Guys. It's almost November again. And we all know what that means. And of course the month I had planned to spend entirely on doing heavy-duty NaNo prep got spent on heavy-duty Young Life banquet prep instead. Somebody send help. Oh, thanks, NaNoWriMo blog! You're a doll. There. That's my bit of writing advice for … Continue reading Staring Down The Barrel.
Today I just want to share a photo with you. It's been making me grin. He's got his wheels, he's got a snazzy hat, he's out on the town, what more does a guy need? Unfortunately, I have no idea who this kid is, or who to attribute the photo... I got it from Pinterest, … Continue reading Mr. Independent.
Two weeks ago, I talked about the importance of taking a careful look at your writing, and making sure it says exactly what you want it to say. And if it says something different, that you might want to take a look at your worldview. There's another thing that might be effecting the message … Continue reading How are You Feeding Your Soul?
Here's this month's film score from Adam Young! A week late, but delivered as promised. This one's about Voyager 1, the farthest spacecraft from Earth. It's a lovely mix of dreamy electronic overlays and dark strings, with strong rhythms to keep things *ahem* grounded. I'm sorry, I didn't notice that one until it popped out … Continue reading Music For Drifting.
Today has been one of those lazy, rainy days where all I do is sit around doodling and listening to Hamilton. Pretty fantastic. And then I remembered... oh, hey, it's Thursday. Your blog day. And you have nothing. Oh dear. Twitter tells me, however, that today, the 6th of October, is National Poetry Day in the … Continue reading Broadway Sonnet 1.
Today I would normally be posting Adam Young's film score of the month, but that will have to wait until next week, because something very important is taking place as I type. It's World Ballet Day, people. Five leading companies from around the world are live-streaming all day. And you can watch it here. Classes, … Continue reading World Ballet Day.