I know these are all by Austin Kleon except for the paper and time one. I'm not sure who created that one. Favorite? Mine is the old-school, deep-fried love letter one.
Dear Clementine, Today is November 27, 2018. It is a Tuesday. It is also your birthday birthday. You were born around five o'clock in the afternoon. I am not sure at exactly what time, but here is what I do know. You were six pounds, fourteen ounces. You were born three days after your due date. Your… Continue reading A letter to my niece
To my friend,The other day, she told in an amused way how her twin brother had been driving them to school and nearly got into an accident when she thought to herself, "Yes! Now I'll be the better driver!" She probably hasn't thought about it since, but the frankness of her words has stuck with… Continue reading An odd collection of thank you’s
Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett (Founders #1) A general idea of what it's about: fantasy, a thief, a heist, magical technology Why I want to read it: Robert Jackson Bennett's other books, The Divine Cities, is on my short list of series that I've finished. They're also on my list of favorite fantasy books and favorite books… Continue reading The next five books I think I will be reading
The story of how this post came to be: I was making my post from two weeks ago (six word memoirs and sonnets with a twist) when I found these memes on Pinterest. BRUH In other words, Comebacks Dating advice Plans with major air quotes And? Lifehack Professional soldiering Insults Song critiques with Shakespeare It's… Continue reading Shakespeare memes
This one is even less of a professional travel guide. It's mostly all thoughts I wrote down during the trip fused with thoughts while writing this. There are some sentences from my journal that I want to leave out as a knee-jerk reaction, but I kept some in. It's because of this thing Shannan Martin said on… Continue reading Adventures in Massachusetts: Boston & Concord & Plymouth
You might've heard this tale before: One time, Ernest Hemingway was bet money that he couldn't write a six word story. He wrote the following words- For sale, baby shoes. Never worn.- and won. Here are some more six word stories that I've gathered from various places. From sixwordmemoirs - Sunset. Midnight. Sunrise... But no sleep. -… Continue reading Six word memoirs & sonnets with a twist