Well, they say better late than never... it's no secret that this blog post was a bit of a rush at the last minute. I've been a little conspicuous only by my absence in the online language learning community as of late, but I promise I have a good reason. You often hear that buying … Fortsätt läsa Goals for the year that wasn’t
So, today is the first day of December. That means that Polyglot NaNoWriMo is over for another year, and I suppose you’re wondering how and what I ended up doing. Well, I toyed with the idea of trying to teach myself French through the medium of writing… but in the end, I figured it would … Fortsätt läsa A Swing and a Miss
The time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things! Of shoes, of ships, of sealing wax - of cabbages and kings! ...sorry, I'm not sure what happened there. Nevertheless, it’s time for Polyglot NaNoWriMo! This is something of a placeholder post because pretty much all of my writing energy for this month … Fortsätt läsa Let’s Go, NaNoWriMo!
Well, here we are again. It's December, which means that NaNoWriMo 2018 has drawn to a close. As many of you will already know, I was participating in a somewhat modified version - Polyglot NaNoWriMo, in which a participant writes 200 words in a language that isn't their mother tongue every day, every day in … Fortsätt läsa The NaNoWriMo Blues
A few months ago, I started regaling you all with the story of my journey into Conlanging. I'm by no means an expert in this field, as I'm sure you're aware - but I've been reading a little more and watching YouTube videos about the subject and that gave me the kick I need to … Fortsätt läsa Journey to the past: my journey into conlanging, part 2
There's an event that takes place every year in November called NaNoWriMo, which stands for National Novel Writing Month. The idea is that you write around 1600 words every single day for a month, without editing as you go. If you manage to do that, you end up with 50,000 words of a novel. Sure, … Fortsätt läsa Polyglot NaNoWriMo