ISSUE #16 - 

FOOD POCKETS & FAIRYTALES

Here you'll find all the contents that were in issue #16 of the Rahaman Reader

Happy weekend, everyone!

Let there be chill times that create fond memories!

 

Here's some new and wicked stuff on Rahaman Writing:

                                                       

- A new Quenya poem about nature and growth

- A new French poem that's more of an adventure than previous ones

Page 4 of The Baron's Journal is now live    

- More art added to the Random Art section (Crest at the bottom)

Tomorrow is going to be a great day for stories, as it will be the 2nd "Stories and Pirogies" event! Hosted by fellow Canadian writer Jon Aaron Sandler, these events involve a bunch of writers getting together and sharing their work while contemplating, and potentially eating, delicious food-pockets!

 

At the first event there was a competition to see who could come up with the best pirogies, but I ended up eating all of mine before the judging portion!

That's right, I disqualified myself with gluttony.

But NOT this time!

 

If you want to get in on the fun, sign up for Jon's newsletter(to get a link to the event, sent out tomorrow!) and join us for the good times and to make some wonderful memories with fellow writers!

Gorging on tasty treats is all well and good, but making them is actually kind of tough! I made my own pirogies from scratch and it took me hours(due to poor prep and bad planning), which brings us to this week's bit of writing advice!

 

The Baron of Beholder's Writing Tip #5:

 

Plan and organize!

More thought now means less effort!

And more time to chill!

In the Sky, Sea, and Stone adventure this week, our protagonist also experiences some new and interesting information among some new friends. Though, in a far more physical sense as they are delving into a fascinating book about the natural mysteries of The Sky while seated in a wondrous library.

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