Can’t sleep, so write

Some people read themselves to sleep. Some people sing themselves to sleep. I’m wondering if writing yourself to sleep is possible. I’m too hyped up. I will have to rethink caffeine late at night from now on. Currently my mind is racing! Bouncing back and forth between several thoughts. When I can’t sleep, I usually…

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Finding My Voice

I’ve been learning about some famous female authors. Their writing is characterized by the themes their stories convey. For example: Harper Lee strongly advocated for JUSTICE and racial EQUALITY in the south in “To Kill A Mockingbird.” Margaret Mitchell told a story that inspired  HOPE in the face of great defeat when she wrote of…

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classification of my work

cli·ché [klee-shey, kli-] noun 1. a trite, stereotype expression; a sentence or phrase, usually expressing a popular or common thought or idea, that has lost originality, ingenuity, and impact by long overuse, as sadder but wiser, or strong as an ox. 2. (in art, literature, drama, etc.) a trite or hackneyed plot, character development, use of color, musical expression, etc. 3. anything that has become trite or commonplace through overuse. 4. British Printing. a. a stereotype or electrotype plate. b. a reproduction made in a like manner. adjective 5. trite; hackneyed; stereotyped; clichéd. (Definitions provided by Dictionary.com.)

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