FYI, THIS REVIEW OF ALLEGIANT WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS! (you have been warned) So where have I been? Well, reading Allegiant, of course...then reacting to Allegiant...then...processing Allegiant...and...well, you'll see. It's been a hectic two weeks, with work and all and then this week came. Man, I have to say, I was so flipping excited for this… Continue reading Hello World…Allegiant
You're the writer but most times it seems, them characters are the ones running the show: Happy Saturday world! Hope it's been a good one thus far. I have today off so I am trying to take advantage and get some writing in. Yesterday after work, I went to Starbucks with my friend, sat together… Continue reading Writing: Characters Write Themselves
It will be worth every penny…
Today we have a guest post from editor Robert Doran, whose previous guest posts on the subject of all things editing —Structural Editing for Self-Publishers and Why Hire An Editor? — were exceedingly popular. Today he’s explaining exactly what it is copy-editors do, and he’ll be back on Thursday to tell us all about proofreading. Welcome back to Catherine. Caffeinated, Robert! Take it away…
“People often think that if you can write you can edit – and vice versa. But writing and editing are very different skills, and competency in one doesn’t guarantee ability in the other. The creative impulse that often drives the author should be largely absent in the copy-editor, who is tasked with problem-solving and who essentially approaches the text as a puzzle. Happily, the editor’s eye for detail complements the author’s creativity, and when they are combined successfully you end up with something…
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Time is a Luxury... Oh how the hands of time betray me, leaving me destitute, eager, grasping for more. Hey everyone! So this Booknerd in a Bookstore has been working her petunia off! She's been working hard for the money! Her no longer early 20's body as well is not happy about it and hindering… Continue reading Time is a Luxury…Books & Writing
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Pumpkin Patch Festival & Author Book Signing
Welcome back everyone to “Booknerd in a Bookstore”! If you’re checking out my blog for the first time, “Welcome”!
I’ve had some fun adventures these past two weeks at the Bookstore. Remember how I mentioned that on Day one, I was recruited for Acting in Children’s theatre? No? Did you read my previous post? It’s okay, I’ll give you a couple minutes to skim through and catch up..
No really, I’m good. I’ve got yummy pumpkin coffee and buttery, crusty bread here for dipping.
Hey, you’re back! So, the next few shifts I worked were split between training for the Bookstore and rehearsing in the outside patio, the skit for the Pumpkin Patch Festival on Saturday morning. It was really cute and excruciatingly hot! That’s Florida for ya!
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I MISSED YOU BOOKISH FOLKS! I attempted starting this blog an hour ago before I had coffee in my system. Yea, that was not smart. I sat in front of the computer for, I don't even know the length of time, starring, not moving, not thinking. My brain was OFF. Then I snapped back into… Continue reading Writing, Reading & Hey, I Missed You Guys!
I had to reblog this because frankly, I couldnt have said it better myself! Change the housemates, and university for my new Bookstore + Cafe job training, long first week, too exhausted to think when I get home and pretty much, its right on the money. I too promise Books to come back to you real soon! Missing my reading and writing time 🙂 On the bright side! I’m one paycheck closer to getting my laptop (among many other more important things)
Reading, this week I feel we have been distant.
Reading, this week I feel I may have neglected you a bit.
Reading, this week I feel you haven’t been a main focus in my life.
And this post is my apology.
The introduction of university, housemates and flourishing social life has led for my reading habit to vanish into thin air. To be fair, I carry my current around, with intention of spending a spare five minutes but I am always busy, with others. I can’t just curl up and get engrossed. I’m so tired before bed, one chapter and that is it. No half books before bed. And I strongly believe the introduction of my wifi and tv has killed this reading star. Bad referencing. I know.
Although I do sort of fear that it may be because I can not get invested in ‘The Death Cure’. But this…
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