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May 19, 2012

Other Writing Projects

By priority:

  1. The one that might possibly be linked to Joanne. No name yet, but working title is Area 51. Can't reveal much more yet.
  2. Camp NaNoWriMo, if I do actually do this. It will be for August because I'm busy during June.
  3. NaNoWriMo this year.
  4. The three other ideas that have been in my head for a while now.
  5. A journal, to keep track of my amazing[ly boring] life.

Writing- My Current Project

Title of project: I'm still thinking about this. I might just leave it at Joanne. What do you think?
Progress: Currently I have the prologue, and around 6 chapters. I'm expecting there to be at least 10-15. Maybe 50K words in length, may be more, or less. Not sure. Currently the prologue is at 1.5K approx.
Plot: Joanne lives in New Imperia, a future Utopia in what used to be America. Here, many things are banned, including religion. However, Joanne is Catholic, following an ancient family tradition. No one is to know about this. Not even Dmitri, even if he likes her. Even if she likes him. The King has found out about their relationship though, and suspects her of several crimes that she knows she did not commit. There is proof it was her, but it can't be possible. She must prove her innocence, and fight for her right to have Faith, among others, or die.
Author notes: I've come up with a few plot twists that were not originally included recently. This will be interesting, and might lead to linking this with another project I've been working on. There is much more to what is happening than anyone realizes, perhaps even Joanne.
Deadline: A week before June 30, to allow for arrangements of printing via CreateSpace (thanks to the codes given by NaNoWriMo, I get 5 free copies. If I finish this. I do not wish to receive partial copies.) Not for sale, I believe, but I might let you guys read some of it.
Why I'm telling you about this: So that I have a reason to finish it. The more people that know about this the higher the need to finish it, given the way my mind works.


On the subject of the teacher: I do not like my teacher. She is old. She is going senile. She is annoying. She is impatient. She is irksome, to say the least. She allows for no contradicting of what she thinks. Everything must be correct as she says it because it is her who said it. At least, according to her. She has no vision (as in, she is not open-minded). She isn't a very good teacher, in short. But she tries her best.
On the subject of Algebra: It's not too complicated. It just takes some analyzing to understand it. Once it makes sense, it's just logic. Math is like that. It is the office of Words that isn't. But since Math is not Words, it must be logic. Bit of deductive reasoning there. Science is sort of in between. Most of it is logic, but some of it isn't, and it takes some speculation to get to the final result. In Math the answer is always the only one it can be, if the procedures are done correctly. This allows for checking. It gives certainty. But it is much more than just that.
On the subject of Geometry: This one really is just pure logic. Think about it.
My point, and the real question here: Therefore, just why do people find Math to be so hard?