blog photoRenee Melton is a fantasy writer and Peace Corps Volunteer who hails from Western New York. At the end of May she leaves for Mongolia, where she will teach English to secondary-school students. Renee is an alumna of Viable Paradise XVIII and writes stories about protective house spirits, god-hunters, and people who harbor monsters in their heads. You can find her on Twitter @rnmelton.

Learning to Think is Renee’s home online.

Featured in header: Zeroboxer by Fonda Lee (go read it, it’s fabulous), an ESL textbook, and a gift journal from a wonderful friend.

4 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi Renee. Great blog! My name is Michelle, and my husband and I were among the PC Blog It Home contest winners a couple years ago. I’d like to invite you to an online project I’m working on called Blogging Abroad, with the aim of helping bloggers to promote cross-cultural understanding. First, if you haven’t already submitted your blog to be featured on the site, you can do that here: http://bloggingabroad.org/blogs-around-the-world. I’d be honored if you would also check out the tools and resources I’ve been creating for bloggers like you (there’s a monthly photo challenge and 10-week blog challenge). Those can be found here: http://bloggingabroad.org/tools.
    Take care and happy blogging!
    ~ Michelle C.

  2. Hi Renee, been reading the blog ever since you left why, it’s been great to hear about what you are doing and have experienced. Hope the next year goes well!

    1. Thanks Mrs. Klemmer! Good to hear from you. Things are good this year but I’ve been busy, so no blog updates. Hopefully I’ll be able to pick back up in the next month or two.

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