About

Greetings, Well Met, and Welcome to Castles, Quills, and Cameras.

My blog name is The Director; my real name is Abigail; but Abby, A.B., or even O Great One will work :)   I'm an eleventh-grade, Christian homeschooler, sharing my thoughts.

My blog in a nutshell- I'm a student, an amateur novelist and filmmaker, and a child of God, journeying and learning through life, sharing as I go.

I've written a novel (a royal disaster called plagiarism that no human eye will ever see) and made a 30min. movie (this project was actually quite good-- it's called Pirates in the Suburbs, and there are two copies of it at my library). Here at Castles, Quills, and Cameras (CQC for short), you'll find reviews and tips on books and movies, an occasional verse or two from the Word, glimpses into my school life, and general randomness besides. Basically speaking, the whole shebang.

If you wanted to hear a little more, then read on. 


Under this tab is everything film related: movie reviews, videos, my own filmmaking journey and possibly screenwriting/filmmaking tips. 

I'll also document any project that I'm working on. You may have to wait a bit for anything like that, though.


Writing tips and book reviews are under this tab, and any long-winded posts that I cook up.

And just like the Camera section, I will discuss my own writing projects occasionally.

(I know what you're thinking: why quills? Well it just so happens I have a quill pen at home, and I've actually written with it! But seriously, the quill pen and a bottle of ink was the pencil/pen back in the day, so why not? Besides, it was catchy.)


Anything that doesn't necessarily fit into the two above categories: school posts, devotions, and other general randomness.


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Questions? Comments? Concerns? My contact information is here.

And the things listed above are the general, to-be-expected things that you will find here. But that doesn't mean that it's everything. But it's the norm.

Well, I hope I didn't make you lose brain cells. I can be pretty confusing sometimes. I hope this blog is helpful to you, and please! please feel free to comment wherever you so wish. I get lonely sometimes.
Thanks again, and it's a pleasure to have you here; feel free to stick around.