In continuation of our Ch1Con blog tour festivities, I had the honor of interviewing three members of the amazing team that makes this revolutionary convention possible each year. 🙂
Julia Byers is the founder and CEO of Chapter One Events, LLC, which focuses on running the Chapter One Young Writers Conference. Kira Budge is the associate online administrator and Ariel Kalati is one of the creative consultants. Various bits of info on these wondrous people can be found all across the web, such as on the Ch1Con website. Continue reading →
Hello readers! Today, I’m participating in the Ch1Con 2015 Blog Tour, which spans a number of writing-related blogs and includes a ton of original content from the Chapter One Young Writers Conference team. I’m super excited to be a part of it. Continue reading →
I’ve been tagged by Michael Gunter to participate in the 777 Writing Challenge. Michael picked this up from author Lynette Noni, who summarizes the challenge as follows:
The 777 challenge requires you go to Page 7 of your work-in-progress, scroll down to Line 7 and share the next 7 lines in a blog post. Once you have done this, you can tag 7 other bloggers to do the same with their work-in-progress.
That said, here’s a seven-line excerpt from the seventh page of the Camp NaNoWriMo story I wrote with my friend Becky, starting from the seventh line: Continue reading →
Avengers: Age of Ultron was released in American theaters this Friday, and I thought I’d share my thoughts on this movie. 🙂
I should mention that instead of picking up where the first movie left off, Ultron is set almost immediately after the events of Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is magic that way … all the films are intertwined, which means to fully understand what’s going on in each movie, you have to see all the movies and Marvel makes tons of money from all the sales! (*cough* not that there’s anything wrong with that *cough*) Honestly, though, if the Thor and Iron Man films conflict with your values, you’ll understand the plot just fine without them. Continue reading →