Good news!

Hello, everyone! It’s been awhile, hasn’t it? How are you all?


Good? Perfect. Keep it up.


I have wonderful news. Remember during NaNoWriMo, when I had to tell you all about my brand new laptop having soda spilled all over it, making it unusable?

That’s right, folks! My dad took my hard drive and put it in another laptop at our residence that wasn’t working. SO, my novel is saved! In fact, I’ve started to write on it again.


If by some chance you have no idea what I’m talking about, my novel is about a pandemic of a peculiar kind. One day, nearly 3.5 billion people around the world wake up as the opposite gender. The novel follows a boy named Kellin who falls victim to this pandemic. He begins this strange and eventful quest with his best friend Michael (not affected by pandemic) to return him back to his birth form. This quest leads to new friends, a shocking discovery, and a journey to find the cure. This is Transgend.

I shall be updating you periodically about my novel, and maybe I’ll even post an excerpt soon.

Thanks for reading if you made it this far,

-Tabitha ❤

Kahoot it!

Hey guys, sorry for not writing in a while. Things have been a little hectic.

Now things have calmed down and I can finally write again!!

How have you guys been?

Good? Good.

I have recently found THE BEST QUIZ SITE EVER.

Well, not necessarily, but it’s pretty cool.

I have made a few, but I’m not sure how to show you guys about it.

See, I made it for my STEM club, but one’s brain teasers and the other’s an “are you smarter than a 5th grader quiz”.

Let’s see if this works:

(Are you Smarter than a 5th grader?)

(Brain teasers)

Also, you’re going to need two devices. I apologize, but that’s just how kahoot works.

It feels good to be back XD.

Oh No.

Oh dear,

I’ve forgotten.

I didn’t see this coming a few months back.

I never would’ve thought

That something I was so determined about

Would escape my mind,

To be lost in a frenzy of despair and disaster.

Things have been tough,

With me being the only one to stand against a tsunami.

I didn’t understand,

That everything was lost in the waves

I find myself recovering from.

Oh dear,

I’m sorry.

I’ve forgotten

To write to you.