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About Jaime

Jaime is a twenty-year-old American recently transplanted in Australia. A creative writer with an obsession with writing fiction in particular, she has been writing all manner of things since before she could spell properly. (She's still working on that bit.) Known to some as the "Angel of Death" to commas, she takes learning of art of writing very seriously. Anything else... Well, taking things seriously isn't exactly her strong suit.

Books & Writing Channel Posts

  • Draco's Starting to Look...Older.
    UniversHarryPotter.com, a French Harry Potter site, has new image up of Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) from the upcoming Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. (Also find the image here) As you [...]
  • Little Reminders
    I just wanted to put up a couple notes for everyone. *If you didn't know, you can click on any one of the categories to the right and get only posts in that category. If you're in the mood for [...]
  • All The Flowers Are Dying by Lawrence Block
    All The Flowers Are Dying by Lawrence Block is the sixteenth book in the series featuring Matthew Scudder. If you have read any of the other books featuring Matthew Scudder, you will probably [...]
  • Trivia: Ursula K. LeGuin
    Did you know?: , author of and many other fabulous novels, is the daughter of Alfred and (Anthropologist and Author, respectively) who wrote the book . [...]
  • Review: Tris's Book
    Last time it was an earthquake, now Sandry, Tris, Daja, and Briar must face off against pirates in the second book in 's series. Tris's Book focuses on Tris, but, as before, all four of the [...]
  • The Whomping Willow: True Hollywood Story
    There's an interesting bit of back-story on HemelToday.co.uk about the tree that has served as the famous "Whomping Willow" in the Harry Potter movies. The movie star tree is a whopping (not [...]
  • What to write...
    No, I'm not talking about lack of inspiration; I'm talking about finding your form. There are so many people I talk to who desperately want to write something. They don't know what it is, but they [...]
  • Lucky Cards by Lawrence Block
    Lucky Cards by Lawrence Block just came out in paperback in January 2007. If you enjoy reading the previous books by Lawrence Block, you are sure to enjoy this book as well. Bill Maynard is the [...]
  • What Is Your Favorite Picture Book?
    If you frequent this blog, it is likely that you have noticed my love of , as I seem to review them all the time. Now, we all know that not all Picture Books are created equal. (I could tell you [...]
  • Cover Art: The Summer King
    Well, my library finally received its copy of by . (It's the sequel to . I talked about its cover art last month.) As the cover art is just as beautiful as the art that appeared on The Hunter's [...]

Hot Off The Press

  • Amy Sedaris' Craft Challenge Winners Announced!
    Alas, neither the Googly Beefaroni Monster nor the Last Lonely Cupcakes was a winner, but on the up side, I have enough googly eyes for an infinite number of future crafts, and they're pretty cute [...]
  • Knitted Breasts
    Yes that's right, I said it! Believe me if this weren't important and for a good cause I would never have mentioned it. But seeing as how an estimated 178,480 new cases of breast cancer will be [...]
  • Brits To Mobile Phones: ‘Til Death We Don’t Part
    Would you be bringing your mobile phone with you when you die? It looks like a study has revelead that around two in five Brits would rather choose to be buried with their mobile phones. This [...]
  • Survivor: Fiji!
    The 14th season of the powerhouse Survivor started Thursday night. As with millions of others, I was eagerly awaiting the premiere and the revealing of promised twists. After all, what Survivor [...]
  • Review: Father's Day (9th Doctor)
    - Episode 1.8 Father's Day is my favorite episode from season one. That choice wasn't a logical one, so much as a visceral one it seems. If you want to know more about my reasoning (or lack [...]
  • Top 4 Do-It-Yourself Mistakes...and Tips
    Licensed General Contractor ~ Master Carpenter Introduction: With the increase in DIY channels offering 24 hour home improvement suggestions more and more people are tackling home repair and [...]
  • Madonna inspires children's clothing line
    Apparently already selling well in the US (though not in Alaska yet, that I know of. We're always the last to know!), the UK will soon see clothing inspired by Madonna's series of children's books. [...]
  • Is gaming unsociable?
    There's been a very interesting article posted over at Down Left Punch about the socialism of gaming in general. This is a subject that I feel strongly on and I for one have made great friends on [...]
  • Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
    The show will air live on USA network February 11th and 12th from 8-11 p.m. both nights. Last year's Best in Show, Rufus, a bull terrier. Click here for more information. [...]
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