The secret to keeping up a three post per week schedule is recycling the stuff you write for other outlets. Brb going to Utah, so you’ll have to settle for reading me and Ryan Smythe’s hot takes on Crimson Cup by heading over to Face Beat It.
Scene: Argonauts Thursday Night Practice
MANAGER Barcelos, chatting with CHASER COACH Oelze, mentions the Year in Review that ROOKIE Ardin Lo wrote about his college squad, Cal Quidditch.
ROOKIE: Hey Liz, can you share it on Barcelos Knows?
MANAGER: Are you kidding? You wrote about me as a player. That’s never happened before. Of course I will.
ROOKIE: Yes! We finally made it.
Hey guys, no post from me today. Just wanted to encourage you all to participate in Penguin Random House’s #ProjectReadathon. Click on this link for more information, but the tl;dr of this is that you get to read excerpts of new books for free and doing so donates free books to kids who can’t afford them. Considering that I was one of those kids and that I’m always looking for new reads, participating was a no-brainer.
“Everyone thinks they know what quidditch is, but quidditch doesn’t even know what it is,” Barcelos said.
I said that months ago and it never has felt so true. Click here for more from the Peninsula Press’s article on the Skrewts.
I might not be at realtor.com as an intern anymore, but they still like me enough to publish my writing. Here’s something I wrote for them, inspired by Valentine’s Day and moving into Casa Gold Bar with James.
I may not have written much this week, but that doesn’t mean I wasn’t busy! I joined NewtCast this week to talk Fantastic Beasts. Check it out here if you’re ready to listen to movie (and screenplay!) spoilers. Prepare to listen to me gush about Jacob Kowalski, who may very well have become my new favorite J.K. Rowling character!