I‘m a titch late on this, but a new post went up on LWOS a little while back, part 2 of my Digital Natives discussion.
Go read! Leave comments! Increase my clickrate! LOL!
It seems I post more here about posts over there than I do actually write them, but I’m working on it.
Anyone paying attention will see that the above post is about me being pregnant. I’m not any more. Which is one of the big things happening that I’m not ready to blog about that I mentioned in the prior post. =) Thanks.
I had a lot of fun with this one, and it’s been approved by a few bona fide Digital Natives. Enjoy!
This is a post I wrote about the fascinating place where our beliefs about unschooling as a theory hit the serious practicality of a landscaping project. Please check it out, and comment. I need help generating more traffic. =)
Wheee! A seasonal post, even! Hope you guys like it.
Hey gang, I know I haven’t been posting here; most of my writing oomph is going into my novel for NaNoWriMo. I will be back when November’s over!
In the meantime, I’ve got a new post up at LWOS. It’s a reworked, superior version of a post I launched here, originally, a long time ago. Check it out:
If you haven’t wandered on over there, you should. There is some incredible writing, and some amazing thinking, about the capability of the human spirit. It’s pretty inspirational stuff. Have fun!
Just a little shameless self-promotion. See it here:
or if it takes you a few days and it’s scrolled down in the posting queue, go here:
I am totally pleased to announce that I am now a Featured Author on Life Without School, a blog for homeschoolers and unschoolers, to explore what our lives are like.
My premiere post, “Unschooling Birth” is the same as I posted here a few days ago. But this will be the only crossover; all my subsequent work on LWOS will be unique, so if you want to know what I have to say over there, you’ll have to come check in. Please, leave commentary, check it out, and let the blog leaders know that you’re happy to see me there.
In other news, I had a meeting Friday with Beth Adams-Smith and Richard Smith of the Atlantic Cruising Club/Jerawyn Publishing. I will be writing a book with them over the coming year, a Marnia Guide to California. You can check out the other books in the series at the ACC website. This isn’t really a creative writing project, but a travel writing one, and I am beyond ecstatic to be involved in this project. It’s going to allow me all kinds of latitude in exploration and other article opportunities.
So… here I go, leaping into publishing of all kinds of flavors. And thanks to all of you, who’ve been so awesome about nurturing, encouraging, and just being along with this blog, which I started simply to see if I could do it.