New Your Name Here page posted on: Levi Levi – Comics by LeEMS
New page of Your Name Here on: Levi Levi – Comics by LeEMS
Richard of Doomed Moviethon and I had an 80s teen movie marathon. He will write a wonderful article on the experience. This is my notes. (OFF stands for overly fashionable friend/family member/etc)
When Thanksgiving was Weird on NPR calls out how, at the turn of the last century, Thanksgiving celebrations were incredibly different than they are today.
“His mother’s loll, the lollpoop, lolloped.”
LOLL: Mother’s loll; a favourite child, the mother’s darling,
LOLLPOOP: A lazy, idle drone…
TO LOLLOP: To lean with one’s elbows on a table.
-all from the 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue by Francis Grose
New page of Your Name Here on Levi Levi – Comics by LeEMS
I have always had a great fondness for things that looked like books but weren’t books. In fact, I have a fondness for things that look like things they are not overall. I am remembering beautiful porcelain bowls that looked like lettuce leaves and porcelain cups that looked like solo cups…that’s another post. This one is all about the books. Amazingly, I only have one of these.
- Animated Writing Spellbook at Grandin Road
- Book Bento Box at All From Japan
- Olde Book Pillow Classics at ThinkGeek
- The APC Paper: a computer in a book
- The Enlightenment at Light Up Your World
- Vintage book case Laptop Protector at Case Library
- Olde Book Purse at ThinkGeek
- iGlo Lumio-Style book lamp at Open Sky
- Karlsson Book Clock at Gifts With Style
- Book Rest lamp by SuckUK at Charles & Marie Designshop
- The Lamp in a book at Charles & Marie Designshop (now gone)
- Kikkerland’s Jewelry Box of Treasures
New page of Your Name Here posting on: Levi Levi – Comics by LeEMS
BTW, I got to go to the Kraemer Copyright Conference this year. It is in Colorado Springs, just across the valley from the Garden of the Gods. The campus has an awesome, if distant view that I got to peak at during the day while I planned my walking trip.
Your Name Here, story of paranormal investigators, is posting on the Levi Levi comic site. Did you see it? It’s in color. Source: YourNameHere – on Levi Levi
National Novel Writing Month is here again. For those who’ve never tried it, now is the year. It is wonderful to dive into the deep end of a creative project and know that a whole world of people are diving in with you. Besides inspiring people of all ages to find their inner writers, the folks over at NaNoWriMo also have a young writers program that encourages and teaches kids about writing. I’m a big fan; can you tell?
Get more information in this year’s PressRelease2016v5.pdf. And, get your novel on!