Published January 30, 2012
blogs , science , technology
Tags: blogging, blogs, commentators, comments, haters, online, psychology, science, SciTechDaily, technology, teenagers
Over the recent years, with the boom in texting and online social networks, teenagers have been developing new ways of dealing with their emotional problems. A new study has shown that there is a therapeutic value in blogging. While many people see writing as a form of therapy, the study highlighted the issue faced by teens.
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Published November 21, 2007
travelogue , writing
Tags: anonymous, disclaimer, French bulldog, haters, In Between Witch, nanowrimo, Spike, symria, the memoirs
I took a long walk yesterday evening with Spike. I walked slowly and made Spike heel most of the time. It was good and towards the end, I let Spike off the leash to enjoy a few minutes of insane running with two other dogs. I’m reticent to let him off the leash too much. There are a lot of strays and you don’t really know how they will act with Spike. I know that he will always come to me when I call him, but I’m worried that sometimes his curiosity will get the better of him. In Canada, he was off leash at the dog park and other controlled environments.
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Published November 11, 2007
blogs , writing
Tags: beastiary, creative writing, cryptozoological, deadline, fantasy, haters, Jeremy Blake, nanowrimo, national novel writing month, novel, november, symria, Theresa Duncan, writing
With all this writing that I’m doing for NaNoWriMo, I got a feeling that it would be a good idea to update by Stories page on this blog, which indexes all of my creative writing. I haven’t updated the Articles page in months and I’m not sure that I’m going to do it. There are a lot of posts to go through.
A quick update: I’m at around 30000 words for Symria. The target is to reach 50000 by the end of the month.
Another quick word to all you haters out there, I always post my sources when I quote someone. All of the words from the Theresa Duncan and Jeremy Blake post are mine. I’d thought that I’d just to make things clear.