Well, have Dawn with a bunch of vegetables.
And… this is going to be the super short version of a longer post I’ll have in the week but we’re OPEN to submissions for a FANTASY ANTHOLOGY.
Click here to check it out and download the details. If you read this sentence, good on you. Because hohohohohohoh, this anthology is gonna be woah.
Just a brief post, it’s about Nanowrimo. There’s still time if you want to join it.
By the way, my story is going to be in English, the title is just somewhat of a pun reference thingy.
Here is the start:
The history books said that Singapore was a sleepy fishing village.
That was a horrible lie.
I had no idea where I was but I knew I was somewhere in Singapore. Or rather, Temasek. I only knew this because either this was a very elaborate period set or that I went back in time somehow.
I know, one might think I am sounding utterly too calm for this but I assure you reader, I am not. On the exterior I am such a cool person but on the inside I am wondering what the heck did I do to deserve this.
And that’s how you know that you don’t really have to have quality when doing Nanowrimo, just write the story out first.
Ok, that’s it for this post. GO JOIN if you want to.
This is a fictional story, if you can’t tell. Since it’s below a thousand words, technically it can be considered flash fiction.
Featuring cameos from:
Cheese the cat
Who are actually real and pretty much because I asked who wanted to cameo in this weird fic.
Let Them Eat Cake
by Seriously Sarah
Continue reading “Let Them Eat Cake”
The date: 25 October 2014
Starts at 4pm
Location: Possibility Room (5th floor) at National Library
Dresscode: True to Yourself
I know it’s on the same day as Games Start and a lot of other events too but ehh oh well. Ours start at 4pm so there’s mucho time to go to the others too! (I’m going to Games Start on the Sunday.)
How to get to the Possibility room? Here’s a video:
And here’s the poster! Since you’re reading this, that’s neat. I didn’t state it on the rsvp there and all but I shall wear a dragon suit or something. That’s the exclusive info for being my reader (?!).
Don’t be shy. Or well, you can be shy too but just come to the party.
This should be in a category of its own, I guess but this is after all a semi announcement.
You’d know if you were talking to me as of late.
For now, I’ve researched the ‘self-help’ or non-fiction side of Singapore’s publishing and it’s either Candid which is pretty much self publishing but they do have distribution services or Armour which is not really self publishing and more well known for the self help or even Marshall Cavendish. I’m gonna give first dibs to Two Trees first whenever completed though for reasons.
There might be Adulting by Kelly Williams Brown or Twentysomething: Why do Young Adults Seem Stuck? by Samantha and Robin Marantz Henig and much more but they don’t really have it for Singapore context. They’re books are helpful but still, it’s good if you can have something that is not US-centric.
And no, I didn’t think of this when I read their books. I only learned about their books after my friends pointed their existence when I wanted to write mine. Heh, looks like we all need a lot of help somehow.
So here’s Things I Didn’t Learn in School aka #TIDLiS if I wanted to hashtag it. A non-fiction book which I haven’t tried out before but ehh, my blog here has been pretty non-fictional yeah?
I’m switching in between my fiction and non-fiction work whenever I get stuck so this is pretty ok.
That’s it for today’s State of Sarah because… really I wanna let you know the things I didn’t learn in school.
I’ve been watching The Great Doctor, or Faith as some channels would call it.
It’s a different time travelling Doctor. YES. THIS IS A Korean drama historical time travelling series with a doctor. Her companion would be a warrior, a commander of the Yuldachi, the army that helps protect the king.
ANYWAY, LISTEN TO THE OST.
Carry on, carry onnnnn…
Time travel, romance, actual doctor thingies in which patients are treated.
Continue reading “Carry On”
Huh, this is the first State of Sarah report for the year. Well there you go. I have a plan. Oh and before I start on what this year will be, LIKE my page here: http://facebook.com/seriouslysarahSG
Because you guys want to know what’s happening in Singapore or want to go events? Well, just like that page. I don’t post ALL my activities here, that would just be silly and spammy.
Firstly, this Saturday I’m going to La Salle to hopefully see The Walking Dead stars at 11am and then I’ll have a snack or something and go for the Run for Your Lives Asia since mine starts at 4pm.
That’s just this weekend.
Note, this post is going to be Singlish-y.
What I am up to is also…
Well, I do now and then get to help out at Love Kuching Project. I didn’t get Dawn from them though, Dawn just self-rescued herself by shoving herself inside the house.
Continue reading “A Beautiful Plan”
“Are you Singaporean?” a middle aged Chinese man asked us.
We were in queue to get our books autographed by a writer at the festival. “Uh, yes?” answered Max who actually wasn’t. And he should have proclaimed his Malaysian-ness to all instead of answering for the majority of us if we would have known what would happen next.
The man continued with, “Did you know this festival is by tax payers money?”.
I turned around, facing towards the start of the queue, my backpack towards him with the sudden need to see how many was left in line. My other friend, Raven looked into her bag as if it was the most interesting thing in the world. That left Max and Jo to face him.
Why. Why was this happening.
Continue reading “Are you Singaporean?”
Last Saturday’s Nanowrimo write-in was at Golden Shoe complex. BECAUSE IT WAS DEEPAVALI AND THE SHOPS WERE CLOSED.
But it was one of the most effective write-ins ever because:
a) No food or distractions
b) You had limited battery
c) No internet (unless you plugged in your own)
The coming Saturday’s write-in should be at the usual place though so I don’t know if productivity will be as much as when we had nothing, heh heh.
Continue reading “Being Fictional”