- Obviously, there are some fantastic images in my head. Some beautiful become alive in my travel-journals. Some weird find their way into my dream-diary. Some funny just bust out while composing my emails. Until it's the right time for me to get published, I want to get public, at least! That's what my blog is all about.
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Tuesday, March 01, 2011
at 6:00 PM Blogged by Nofretiri
The German instruction "Schreib einfach drauf los. Jetzt." translated would be "Simply start writing. Now." It's a bit different from the original one, isn't it?
From the moment on I was asked if I would like to write something about WTJ I knew, that this article suits perfectly on that page. My guest post was published 16. September 2010 on the German WTJ-page. It's written in German, but I decided to publish the English version of that little fairy tale (in the picture, the handwritten part) on my blog: The Story Of The Ugly Little Book.
The design for the article in the book is dedicated to "The Daily Prophet" from Harry Potter! I can tell you, I used more coffee to age the pages than on my real "Coffee-Page"!
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