One Year Adventure Novel Review

*cue peaceful Hawaiian beach scene and gentle music* introductions are hard.   writing a book is also hard.  introducing the new write your own novel in only one school year.  the one year adventure novel may be for you if you have trouble plotting and finishing a book.  consult your parent or guardian before using one year adventure novel.  side effects include: procrastination, writer’s insanity, and hearing your character talk to you.  try one year adventure novel today, and live a happy wordsmith’s life. *show happy writer, writing, before the scene fades*

Hello, I have yet again failed an intro.

Anyways.  One Year Adventure Novel, if you hadn’t figured it out from the intro and the title.  

I’m about 8 chapters into a 12 chapter novel.  I might post an update when I finish, but I doubt anything will drastically change.  It was time for a review.

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A Day in the Life of a Homeschooler

So, apparently people like to read sarcastic posts about homeschooling.  And I love writing sarcastic posts about homeschooling.  Therefore, you get another homeschooling post.

It’s almost summer!!!  All my classes (except the dreaded math) are ending this month!!!  (Huge perk of homeschooling–all my classes end super early.)  That means I’m cramming frantically like the world’s ending  studying for all the tests and trying to raise my grades a few points.  That’s why this post is late.

Anyways, since people tend to think we homeschoolers sit around all day in their pajamas, hopefully this will dispel those myths. Continue reading