Okay. True to its title, this post is a little
different from the others. I did a guest post
on Cindy Carroll's "Guelph Write Now" blog.
My letter was "U" and had to pertain to writing.
So I told the story of when I cased an art
exhibit for a story.
I don't think it's in the honor code to
randomly post guest posts from other blogs
on my own blog, so below is the link if you want to be privy to my sudden could-be-illegal-if-I-acted-on-it streak.
U is for Unorthodox
Here's the beginning to pique your interest:
Hiya, there! My name is Rachael Kosinski. I’m twenty years old, tower over most girls my age, and juggle writing with going to college. I am NOT Cindy Carroll, as you may guess as you read down this post, but I WILL continue her A to Z April Challenge with the letter “U.” I didn’t have time to do a challenge of my own, and am very grateful I got the chance to jump in on someone else’s. “U” is for unorthodox. Not the opposite of a usually Greek or Russian religion—no. I mean unusual, nonconformist, or something you probably just shouldn’t do.
Which brings me to the time I cased a local art exhibit while researching my latest story....