National Novel Writing Month

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“November 1-30. The world needs your novel.”  — National Novel Writing Month

If you know me, you know I am a big sucker for NaNoWriMo.  And that I often don’t finish and have taken myself out of the running for a little while in order to work on started but not finished novels.  This doesn’t mean that NaNoWriMo is no longer a big part of my November thinking.  To the contrary.  Though I won’t be urging you to join me on the NaNoWriMo, I am urging you to find the novel deep within that you never really believed you could write.  Find it, and believe me, You Can Write It!  Whether you sign up for NaNoWriMo or not, write with me this fall.  I want to read your story.


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A thought

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All Jackalopes are wolpertingers, but not all wolpertingers are jackalopes. (accuracy not confirmed)



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Pinterest is like a crazy breeding ground of non attributed images online.  It’s taking over Google image results.

It gives good posters.



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So, it is the month for Inktober, and also (I just found out) Drawlloween.

Inktober is a pen and ink picture a day for a month challenge.  I have done Inktober before, I’ve even Halloween themed it.  Since I usually draw for pen and ink, it suits my style.

Drawlloween has no such conditions on how you draw, but does tell you what to draw.

I’m a little behind in scanning and posting, but I have been drawing.  I will be posting catch-ups today…follow the posts with the tag #DRAWLLOWEEN.


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A Charlie Brown Christmas

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A Charlie Brown Christmas is being issued as a First-Class Mail® Forever® booklet. These Forever stamps will always be equal in value to the current First-Class Mail one-ounce price. This booklet of 20 stamps features 10 still frames from A Charlie Brown Christmas (two of each design).

The Postal Store.

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Yay!  The only better stamp news would be if they were also issuing a set of Rankin Bass stamps.

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