Laini Taylor, author of Blackbringer, shares some fantasy writing on her blog.
What? That's not fantasy? In my world, it is. The glue, the mess, the lost temper. A knife? Without bloodshed? And look at the pretty made up words: acrylic matte medium. And at one point, she says that doing part of this is "pretty basic." He!
While reading that entry makes me think "pretty" and "I can do it too!" I know ... it's a fantasy. Or perhaps, science fiction? Either way, in my reality, it's just not happening, even as I enjoy reading about the process.
But buying those cool journals from Powell's is a reason to go to the 2nd Annual Kidlitosphere Conference next year!
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