TCWT Blog Chain Post

Oh boy. This is very last minute, seeing as it”s 6:30 pm on the day I need to write it, but whatever.

This month’s prompt is

“Write a letter to a fictional couple.” 

Oh man. Well, here goes.

Dear Faith and Dylan (Pulse),

I don’t really understand what you have going on. Dylan, you stood creepily outside Faith’s window for months watching her sleep, never speaking to her. Faith, you fall completely for the other guy, and then fall for the guy you didn’t even like at first. Why?

Faith, I could’ve told you from the beginning not to get involved with Wade. The only thing that would end in is disaster. But what did you do? You went with him and played on his little go-kart track, and he drugged you up. Wonderful, right? Not really. But lucky you, along comes Dylan with his oh so special powers. And wow look! You have them too! What a coincidence!

Dylan. Like I said, you were just a little bit creepy, staring through her window for months. I mean sure, you were teaching her to lift stuff in her sleep, but still. Eventually, inevitably, you fall for her, and honestly… I don’t know what to think. I mean, the Prince Charming kiss at the end? Nuh-uh.

Conclusion? I don’t know.. You guys are kind of really odd


A concerned reader

Dear Juliette and Adam, (Shatter Me)

Can I just say how much I think you are perfect together? Like… wow.

Juliette, you were all convinced you were alone in the world, that no one who had ever known and would know you would ever like you. Then comes Adam, and right away, all of that goes out the window. He gave you hope in the world again. It was your Adam, the one you hadn’t thought of in forever.

Adam, you  knew all along Juliette was the one for you. When she helped you when she was little to when she was in the dreadful darkness of the cell, to the freedom of the apartments and Omega Point. You never gave up on her. And she didn’t give up on you either.

One of my favourite parts was the bird. I love the bird, the thing that links the two of you together forever.

Juliette and Adam, thank you for an amazing story.


An amazed reader


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April is International Writing Month… Right?

I’m convinced. April is International Writing Month. Why? Let me explain:

1. April Camp NaNoWriMo is going on. For those of you who don’t know what it is, It’s pretty much NaNoWriMo, except it’s a lot less intense. You can pick the word amount. And for those of you who don’t know what NaNoWriMo is….here’s the link:

Depending on how fast you type and what your goal is, it could take you from 5 to upwards of 40 hours to write it all. That is if you don’t get distracted or slow your writing speed.

2. It’s approaching summative season. Summatives are work work and more work. Specifically, writing, writing and more writing. blech.

Why do we have to have stupid summatives? They just load you up with extra work you really don’t need.

3. Aside from summatives, teachers are just like “Oh, you don’t have enough work yet. Let me give you a writing assignment.” Which takes the form of an essay or a commentary or whatever else like that that they decide to bug you with.

So much stuff to do, not nearly enough time. Add on top of that the joy of eight courses at a time, more than half of them enriched. Thanks IB.

What kind of stuff have you got to do?