FLC 2016 Project #3- Dragon Haiku

Hello, all! This is the 3rd project in FLC 2016. I hope you enjoy!

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Team

Team Pegasus

Host

Kathryn @ In Depths of Dreams

Previous Posts

FLC Challenge #1- Create Your Own Mythical Creature!

Summary

In this poem, we are writing a poem about a dragon. I always thought that dragons were amazing, despite their bad rep. In case you don’t know, the proper form of a haiku is 5/7/5 (syllables).

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A Different Type of Camp NaNo, Google My Maps, & Pinterest!

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So, you may have noticed my lack of Camp NaNo posts.

That’s because my first draft is absolutely pointless. Along with the multitude of activities I am part of this month, I haven’t had the best luck inspiration wise. So, I have been doing this since the 14th, but updated today. My CNN is going to be about…

… planning! You know, character plotting, worldbuilding, the tiniest bit of an outline 😉

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Which Book Would I: Burn, Rewrite, & Reread? (7/12/16)

I’m back again with…

My Burn, Rewrite, & Reread Post!

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Recently, Barnes and Noble had a book fair. I got to meet Marsha Hayles & Vivian Vande Velde. I also purchased a book from Sarah Hamilton. It was so much fun!

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Series Snacks!

Hello! As promised, I am back with your new post. I decided I’d start a new weekly post, and this is what I came up with:

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I know, I know. Harry Potter snacks are clichê. But they sound delicious, and I liked the series, so I’m going write about them. If you have a request for a series I should do , comment! You can reblog the recipes, but if you use the picture, please give me credit for the by giving a link to https://aprilmclauren.wordpress.com. Also, please credit me for the series idea, not the recipes. Thanks!

DISCLAIMER: These recipes are from the web, not my own. I will credit them properly. If they are my own, I will tell you. Please don’t blame me/ the recipe if you don’t like it. Thanks!

This week we are making: Butterbeer, Pumpkin Juice, Honey Lemon Tea, Blackberry Fruit Jellies, & Breakfast Casserole.

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Character Studies: Part One (Beliefs, Ideals, and Morals)

Hey, guys! So you know that writing update I’ve been promising?  I decided (since I’m still planning Lost Worlds) I’d get to know my character, Queen Aleksandria of Atlantis! Queen Alek for short. (But don’t call her that unless you want to be fed to the sharks.)  And you get know her too! NOTE/DISCLAIMER: Her personality might undergo a major change, it depends on how the scene works. But right now, this is how I picture/portray her. I am getting to know her by participating in a character study, hosted by Morgan @ Studies in Character! This is my first time, wish me luck!

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Burn, Rewrite, & Reread Books!

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Hey, everybody! I’ve decided that every week or so I am going to post 1-3 sets of books I would burn, rewrite, & reread! Each week I am going to have a theme. If there is a theme you would like, comment it/ the books you want me to read. If possible, I will go to the library and check it out. If the library doesn’t have it, then I’m sorry but I won’t be able to do it. This week’s theme is James Dashner! I will be using his series The Mortality Doctrine & The Maze Runner. You can find them at B&N here. This is as close as I’m going to get to writing a full-blown book review, so if you were hoping for those, look here. All right, let’s get started!

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The Wisteria Writers Challenge!

Hey everyone! Grace at The Girl Upstairs nominated me for this! Thanks, Grace!

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For Fun 🙂

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