If you’re tired because you’ve tried, that’s okay. Often the best steps forward are spelled with the same letters. —M.M. Watercolor by Yong Chen. Read more by M.M.
This tutorial talks about how to solve the middle layer of the Rubik's cube once you have solved the top. Need to review? Click here. Ready for the next step? Click here. Note: For our purposes, we will call the White side the top and the Yellow the bottom. I will refer to the horizontal... Continue Reading →
Free Verse is a tricky. Many people think that free verse poetry is a collection of random phrases. That you can write emotional sounding sentences and expect that others will feel that your free verse is genius. This is not the case. There must be some definitive, connecting element. Structure is a must. In the following poems... Continue Reading →
In reading the first quarter of Pride and Prejudice this week, I came across a myriad of rich words. Some are old friends long forgotten, others are new friends not to be discarded. I have attempted to properly incorporate a majority of the following words into a mini story, which can found towards the bottom of... Continue Reading →
Jeremy said, "One of the most difficult aspects of writing is crafting sentences that really engage the reader." Jenny, a close friend of Jeremy's, disagreed. "No. It's really not that hard. All you have to do is make it more interesting." "But that's my problem, making it interesting," said Jeremy. "Exactly," said Jenny. Let's see... Continue Reading →