Here's the place to post your blog sites.

Hello 2014 Nackey Loeb School blogging students. Here is where I'll post the links to your blogs. Please look at, comment on and subscribe to your fellow bloggers' blogs.


I can't believe it's been six weeks since we began our blogging class together at the Nackey Loeb School. What a great class and remember we hope to keep this going with our Nanowrimo support group. Post your Six Sentences here if you'd like. Also, please, if you see this today, let us know what you'd like to do for the last class. We forgot to check in at the end of class last week. Otherwise we'll just spring another writing exercise on you - or who knows what? See you this afternoon. And don't forget to email us your contact information for the Nanowrimo group.

Dreaming of Blog Comments

Dear Beloved Class,

We're five weeks in and I couldn't be prouder of your work, attention and effort in this class. Your blogs are fabulous as is your class participation. Take time to read each others' blogs and comment, comment, comment. For those who haven't shared links with us yet and have a blog - please do. And think about what you'd like us to do for our final class next week. P.S. Have some exciting news to share today. See you in an hour and a half.

See ya soon - S and T

American Dream Girl Wants Your "About Me"

So your assignment next week is to write your "about me." Post it on your blog and remember to give me your links so I can post them on my blog. Also make sure you send me you blog links if you haven't already. Apologies to the folks we didn't get to this week. We will start with you next week.

Here are the questions that might prompt some material:

Write Your (Wackadoo, Whimsical, Wonderful) Bio in Eleven Questions

1. Quick. Word association. What word(s) describe you?

2. Who is the most important person (dead or alive) to you and how would they describe you?

3. In five songs, what is the soundtrack of your life?

Song 1.

Song 2.

Song 3.

Song 4.

Song 5.

4. Pretend your parents aren’t  or weren’t your parents. Which cultural icons, historical figures, rogues, rebels or reverends would you be the child of? Why?

5. Related: if that kid – aka your secret you – wrote your bio, how would it feel?

6. What’s the most unexpectedly wonderful compliment anyone has ever paid you?

7. In your work or creative process, what concepts are sacred? Which rules have you made, which ones do you follow?

8. Which rules do you break?

9. What is your grand, audacious goal? What do you wish people would know, believe, do?

10. What do you do best? What makes you the most money?

11. What do you want people to do at the end of this page?



Hey Nackey Loeb students and anyone else reading this. Here are links to the awesome blogs my students are writing.

These blogs are excellent. People please check them out and subscribe.

American American Dream Girl dreams of her classes post.

Thanks to everyone who is posted their blogs. Everybody else looking forward to yours.

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