I haven’t made a specific announcement that I’ve been writing a book. I know my tagline is Something to read as I work on my next novel. It alludes to the fact that I’m writing a book.
Anyhow. I, Rebekah Koontz, have written a book.
*shrieks and squeals, and is an all-round thirteen-year-old at a Justin Bieber concert*
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I made an attempt to look presentable this morning. You wouldn’t know this because my face is red and blotchy, my glasses are sliding down my face, and sweat has replaced the “natural glow” my foundation promised on the label. I’m panting.
See, the library has three stories…
And I want the best desk. One secluded, in a cool atmosphere, by the window… I’ve passed the same fifty people, on three separate floors, approximately fifteen THOUSAND times within the past half hour. They think I’m crazy, or looking for someone. My bag weighs 75 pounds. My hair is stuck under a strap, tugging my head to one side, but I circle again. Because I’m a creative person, and if I don’t get a spot by the window, the closest I will get to a prolific thought is, “maybe I would come up with better post ideas if I was by a window…”
Here are 6 ways creative people are freaks.
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Valentine’s Day is almost upon us, and it’s possible that you don’t know what to do with this information.
Should you cry? Should you panic? Should you go out, buy a puppy, put a big red bow on it and stage a massive “OH MY GOSH. Look what my BOYFRIEND got me for VALENTINE’S DAY!” performance in the middle of the park.
You can wear a red dress. The couples on their little romantic dates will turn and applaud and tell you what a lucky girl you are.
Or, you can pick one of these seven different ways to approach Valentine’s Day.
Continue reading ➞ 7 Ways to Approach Valentine’s Day