A Single Word – ThinkKit Prompt #30

Today’s ThinkKit prompt, the second to last of the year, is to try and find a word with which to sum up your year. Well, I’ve got a word for you: milestones. This year, I published my first book. My boyfriend moved here from Canada. I finally finished a course that’s been tormenting me for a couple of years. And I Continue reading A Single Word – ThinkKit Prompt #30

Ooh! Aaah! – ThinkKit Prompt #21

Yesterday’s ThinkKit prompt was skipped because I was at a wedding and got home late, but today’s is to write about something that surprised you this year (hence the somewhat suggestive title). Well, a lot of things has surprised me this year, like most years. How much better I sleep with the window open has surprised me. How many socks one Continue reading Ooh! Aaah! – ThinkKit Prompt #21

Insert Theme Music Here – ThinkKit Prompt #19

Today’s ThinkKit prompt is to talk about what the “soundtrack of your year” has been. If I hadn’t already mentioned it I would’ve talked about Tori Amos’ Midwinter Graces (even if that’s only been the soundtrack of December for me), but since I’ve already talked about it I’ll have to pick something else. It’s sort of hard to choose. I listen Continue reading Insert Theme Music Here – ThinkKit Prompt #19

Deck the LOLs – ThinkKit prompt #3

Today’s ThinkKit prompt was to write about something incredibly funny that happened in the last year. Well, to be honest I wasn’t able to think of any one thing that deserved this place of honor on the blog. But I could think of a person: my boyfriend. As I mentioned yesterday, my boyfriend moved in with me a few months Continue reading Deck the LOLs – ThinkKit prompt #3

Flip the Script – ThinkKit Prompt #2

Today’s ThinkKit prompt is called “Flip the Script” and encourages bloggers to talk about how they’ve change their mind, in some major or minor way, during the last year. Well, as it happens, I have recently flipped the script in quite a significant way regarding the cover of my upcoming novella Going Home. When I first started thinking about actually Continue reading Flip the Script – ThinkKit Prompt #2