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The Money Conundrum

These few weeks I’ve been busying mself with writing a script which I’m working with a friend/ creative partner one as well as rewriting the one (named Love, Unresolved) that has already been produced for my school module last year. Which somehow, other people are still excited about watching, if they haven’t known about it.… Continue reading The Money Conundrum

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Teen v.s. Young Adult: Growing Up

As we grow older through the years, our relationships with our parents evolve. Thought I’d post my own observations for the hilarity to possibly make the whole world laugh. ____ _ __________ Relationships: When I was 13: Mom: Don’t think about anything, just study hard and do well and graduate well. Me: …… Now: Mom:… Continue reading Teen v.s. Young Adult: Growing Up

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Roles of a Writer: The Manager

Originally posted on Writings By Ender:
The first part of this series focused on the laborer role of a writer. The laborer can best be summarized as getting the work done and trying to do it effectively. There is more to writing than completing tasks, so today will focus on one of the most important…

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Are Writing Contests Valuable?

Last Sunday, I attended the awards ceremony for Vermont’s Scholastic Art & Writing Contest at the Brattleboro Art and Museum Center. The art and writing on display was fantastic; no wonder The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are considered “the most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7 – 12.” These kids have… Continue reading Are Writing Contests Valuable?

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The Cat Which Talked To Me

  Not in English like the Cat in the Hat talked to the two scared kids. There was once a black cat I passed by during daylight hours. I’m not going to be infering to the old wives’ tale about cats passing you and the omen behind it-  my encounter wasn’t very significant but still very… Continue reading The Cat Which Talked To Me