From Cricket To Cannibals
school what was this my diary? library library tips
Library Tip #1: Now is the time to post more adventure and self-discovery themed stories in Short Stories. After an amazing wave of romance titles this last summer, many readers are looking for more simple adventures. I mean, look at some of the recent comments. Don't think wrongly; the romance fanfics were beautiful. But there were so many of them at once. *dizzy*
Dang. I sound like a fortune teller.
After the past couple weeks at school, in which the teachers threw every assignment possible at the students, and we had to counter-attack with either quickly-written papers, "free homework"s, or knives, I looked at my writing assignment today. It came a while ago. I take a correspondence course in writing for children and teenagers, from a very stately-looking place called The Institute of Children's Literature. (dramatic music plays) And guess what? My instructor, Troon, (who is an awesome fantasy writer!) wants my next assignment turned in by next Saturday!! I just went:
I come to you now after intensive studying and researching. Brain's gonna explode. Luckily and strangely, of three ideas I gave her, she wants me to write the nonfiction one. About the missionary, CT Studd, who worked with cannibals in Africa. On a wild tangent, I called it "From Cricket to Cannibals". Nonfiction is waaaayy too easy. Just pretend it's a story, and you've got it! Oh, and add lots of adjectives.
Listening to: Tokyo Girl, by Ace of Base