Hello guys, it’s been a while! I haven’t felt much like blogging so far this month, for no reason in particular, but I’m always around on twitter if anyone wants to chat! 🙂 Anyway, I decided to do this week’s top 5 Wednesday to remind you that I’m still here lol.
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I made this tag, so obviously I like it. I made it for Valentine’s Day this year and it focuses on ships and OTPs. And I think the post looks quite pretty too, so overall, not bad. If you want to do the tag feel free ;)))
With a lot of my pictures I really like them once I’ve just taken them, but the moment I post them I suddenly don’t like them anymore and I see all their faults. But this one I still really love.
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I love NaNoWriMo and this November will be my 8th time participating, if I’ve counted right. I’ve won every year (meaning I reached the goal of 50k) so I wanted to make a post that had some tips and tricks on how to nail writing 50k in a month.
This was fun to do, I should do this more often. Maybe I’ll do one for The Raven Boys, except I’m not sure if I know enough about this book series to even have any expectations. I’ll try though!
If you want to read the full review, click here. Beware, this isn’t a very positive review, but it’s not scathing either. Negative reviews are sometimes way more fun to write than positive ones (unless you really really REALLY love the book, those reviews are fun to write too) and this one was a lot of fun.
I very rarely do these kinds of discussion posts, or essay posts if you will, but I did do one on this topic because it’s one I actually have a strong opinion about. So this is me explaining why I don’t believe authorial intent matters when it comes to how a work is interpreted. I’d love to continue discussing this if you have something to say on the topic.
- Review: A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab (beware: negative. Because I’m a rebel)
- Top Ten Books To Read If You’re In the Mood For Something Different
- Top 5 Wednesday: Characters I’ll Defend Until My Dying Breath