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Reading and Writing: October 2012

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I took an unscheduled blogging break for two weeks trying to get back into the school rhythm. I ended up spending most of the time reading, writing, and enjoying the last bits of summer.

Being a native South Floridian fall has become my favorite time of year and if it wasn’t so dark out I’d be lying under the apple trees reading my next chapter in history. Instead, I’m inside doing laundry, cleaning out the fridge- you know typical Monday chores.

The countdown to NaNoWriMo is on but so is the countdown for my December vacation which means I need to be very, VERY organized for the next two months.  September’s writing challenge fizzled out just like my blog but I did get a few interesting pieces and mayhap even my NaNo ’12 idea!

Click to Tweet ⇒ What is on your reading & writing list this month?

Reading

NaNo for the New and the Insane: I mentioned it last month but am finding some great bits of advice so will keep reading. Only thing I noticed it is no longer on Barnes and Noble but you can still get it from her website.


15 days to write and submit a short story by Joe Bunting
I got this when I bought his eBook Let’s Write a Short Story 1 I’m not only reading this one but willing be following along with this workbook.

If you’re my friend on GoodReads then you’ve already seen my status updates about the one of the main books I’ll be reading. The Norton Anthology of English Literature, Eighth Edition, Volume 1: The Middle Ages Through the Restoration and the Eighteenth Century and World History in Brief: Major Patterns of Change and Continuity, Combined Volume (6th Edition).

Writing

  • I’ll be preparing for NaNoWriMo
  • Writing advance posts so when things are at it’s craziest my blog won’t be so lonely
  • 15 days Workbook. I haven’t picked a start day yet but most likely it will be next Monday. Want to join in?
  1. Click on the image to go to Amazon but that is only for Joe’s eBook. Get the package on his website if you’d like the workbook too.

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