Saturday, November 30, 2013


Attention all CVON fans! Throughout this month of November, I've been working on a novel for the Young Writer's Project division of NaNoWriMo. I've loved my work, hated my work, wanted to burn it, completely abandon it, give up, keep going, rush through it, and even created some of the shittiest, least thought-out, most rushed, and less-developed bullshit I've ever written since I was something to the age of six through eight years old.

But, I am proud to announce that I, Rosie Spencer, creator of CVON, writer somewhat-extraordinaire:



I have received praise from the people behind YWP NaNoWriMo, and feel satisfied that I actually finished something for once in my life. One of the prizes for winning NaNoWriMo was an opportunity to get my creative diarrhea published in a book form (once the codes are given to me on December 5th), and I actually think I'm going to do it!
I mean, why not? It's something to put on the resume, have physical proof that I did something in my life besides nothing.
I'll just have to show my parents... 0_0
Not that they won't care or anything, but they'll over-glorify the whole thing and make me feel all emotional and stuff (i.e. crying), and I hate getting emotional over stuff.
Anyway, I just wanted to share with you my accomplishment (few that they are). Whether you care or not, I'm glad you're here to listen.
Now, I will finally get that long-desired sleep that I've missed...

Friday, November 29, 2013

Belated Thanksgiving Post

Last night, I was taking a walk around my neighborhood. About halfway around, I turn around and see four lights in the sky, and no, they weren't stars or helicopters. They were just four lights that were in a parabola-ish line up in the sky. Eventually, they all disappeared. When I came back to my house, they had reappeared, which kind of scared me. But then I looked at them again and found more floating up from the treeline.
That's when I realized: they weren't stars or helicopters or, like I previously thought, meteors or (I'm not kidding you) alien spaceships...


I didn't know Rapunzel celebrated Thanksgiving.

Friday, November 22, 2013

Save the Day!

The 50th anniversary...
It's almost here...

I can almost hear the TARDIS singing...

Do you hear the TARDIS sing?
Sing of a man who's on the run
Running through time and space,
an awful fate,
while still having some fun
When the song within your heart
matches the sound, the distant thrum,
There will be hope and life and love
when the TARDIS comes

When the plastic comes to life,
Daleks exterminate again,
When the Master takes over the world,
and destroys the lives of Man,
The Doctor, dear Doctor,
shall come up and will rise again!

Can you hear the TARDIS sing
of a tale as old as time?
Tales of a man, a man
who fought and ran
From a world that he defied
When the Doctor takes your hand,
And whispers for you to "run",
You will smile and your heart will soar
When the TARDIS comes

When the box is larger inside,
When you travel Time and Space,
When you fall for a man who won't stop to
save the human race,
Then you will hold tight as you fly
And will shout "Allons-y!"

Do you hear the TARDIS sing,
Singing with all of her might
It is the song of one,
A hero won,
Who will never cease to fight
When the beating of your heart
echoes the beating of the thrums,
There will be hope and life and love
When the Doctor comes!

The Doctor COMES!!!


Song based off of "Do You Hear the People Sing?" by Alain Boublil and Jean-Marc Natel. All rights go to BBC for "Doctor Who" and to Music Theater International for "Les Miserables".