And she actually wroteded sumting so I are a superer teacherer. And dis' is what she wrotered: “Lita! Wait!” Lita turned at the voice to see Nadia swiftly moving through the crowded market street toward her. “What is it?” Lita asked the young cat girl. Nadia took a moment to catch her breath before replying, … Continue reading I Tried Teachering Sumting to Tablet at KSP
Of course disabled people can do whatever they want to. Rah,rah disabled rights. Okay, done? Seriously though, writing is supposed to be based in truth, right? Even the most preposterous fantastic premise must be based on the human experience, it must have internal cohesion or it becomes pointless. So you write from what you know. … Continue reading Can an Autistic Person Legitimately Become a Writer?
Yes the crazy characters at KSP Writing Centre are still letting me give real people exercises to do. Here's last week's: To write about writing is such a drag The only thing worse is my facillitator’s nag Without a life of her own, she’s destroying mine! If I was asleep at home all would be … Continue reading Exercising the Writing Muscles.
At KSP Writer's Circle our facilitator made a terrible mistake; she asked if anyone had an idea for a writing exercise. My hand shot up like lightening realising that it was only a matter of time before someone thought of a good idea. My idea's only chance was speed. I recommended we all write about … Continue reading Disasters at KSP Writer’s Club