I could probably vouch for everyone when I say that I hate getting asked to critique someone else’s writing, or as most soulless demons who love to torture you with dead characters and cliffhangers (also known as writers) phrase this ruthless phrase: what do you think?
It was a celebratory day for me recently wherein I embraced many people for giving me many gifts, and if they did not give me gifts then I did not embrace them because hello where are the gifts. I expected gifts. One of the gifts included a double package of both Crooked Kingdom and Empire of Storms. Right now, I’m reading Crooked Kingdom and waiting for Kaz and Inej to do SOMETHING because the tension is killing me. But it did occur in my mind that there are little to none but mostly nonexistent love triangles which is one reason as to why I love these two series’/books.
I’m back with a book review! So I’ve dropped on my reading, but nevertheless I did come up with time to read Shatter Me. In fact, I stayed up past midnight on Friday night to finish, and I can’t really remember why. I guess it made it much easier to speed through since I was already annoyed with the whole thing and didn’t need to savor the excellency of the words and characters on each page.
Autumn is my favorite season of the year. Winter is too cold, summer is too hot, and my allergies shoot through the sky in Spring. Autumn’s just perfect, and something about it makes it so cozy, especially for buying new clothing and redecorating your home and reading books. Continue reading →
I never intend to leave you dying for three weeks, I mean it. It was kind of one of those classic situations of, on week 1: I must write a blog post! Hence I am buried under work and cannot do so. On week 2: I must write a blog post! Hence I slowly die because of all the stress. But that’s okay, because when we get to week 3, and I say I absolutely must write a blog post, I sit down and do it regardless of what other things I must get done. I am a professional procrastinator. Never doubt me. Continue reading →
There’s this thing that goes on that bothers me SO much: when I tell someone I blog, they ask: “Wow, are you earning?” or “Are you in school…?” And the thing is, if someone really thinks I’m making money off of this derisory blog, then of course I’ll answer the question, but most of the time, that’s not what’s happening. There’s this kind of theme that bloggers are always introverts or they blog because of their five-star business, or they are internet famous or are teenagers. Continue reading →
I can recall being in the same situation multiple times, where people always gift me one of two things for any special occasion: a gift card to some retail store or a book about the human heart/head or US History. Continue reading →
This is not the first time I’ve begun writing a post and don’t know what to say. Nevertheless, here I am, simply typing whatever comes into my mind, which is a VERY bad idea, but obviously I don’t recognize that because I’m still typing.
All bookworms have a favorite author. And there are certain authors who we would love a dozen more books from.
I’ve never been the kind of person who likes designing how a character looks. For me it’s almost as tiring as writing a first draft–I’m very indecisive so designing a character’s looks is not really my thing. What happens when I create a character goes something like this: I create a scene in my head (usually when I’m sleeping because dreams represent the best of us all) where there are characters who associate in order to do something, or it’s a scene that develops characters, and there they are!