Showing posts from August, 2020

Libester Award 2

 I was tagged for the Libester Award for real this time. So this tag is a first and a second. 😂  The rules:  Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog. (Thanks  Jenna )  Answer the eleven questions given to you. Share eleven facts about yourself. Nominate 5-11 other bloggers. Ask your nominees eleven questions of your choice. Notify the nominees once you have uploaded the post. And now the questions you were waiting for:  1. What do you like to do to relax? Read a book, read blogs, watch a movie/TV show, look at and organise pictures on Pinterest, take (very short) walks 2. What's one of your unpopular opinions about books/reading? Thinking on it, I'll say an immortal who looks like a teenager as a love interest for a teenager who is usually 17 years old. It seems like common/usual thing that keeps on coming up in fantasy stories, so I am guessing that it is popular. And I have an issue with it. I will still read the book but I will not like it ever.

Which of my WIPs Would Make Epic Movies?

Updated version: 13/1/2021      So I am doing something fun today for this post. And, as you can guess from the title, I am going to talk about my WIPs and how epic they would be (if done right) as a movie. But first, what do I mean by epic? Well, to me, not an official definition, an epic movie is a movie that is visually appealing and amazing to watch. An epic movie has to be aesthetic and have a lot of action (maybe a lot of colour too but we all know that dull colours can be still epic so that is optional). Pretty, beautiful, mind-blowing, wonderful, awesome. As examples, Lord of the Rings Trilogy and Avatar are good movies that fulfill the epicness of a movie. The fact that I found Lord of the Rings movies too long and Avatar weak with its plot doesn't matter here. The main point is sharing movies that I believe most people have watched and will understand what I am thinking as epic.    I got this thought a while ago. It just popped into my head one day to think about how epic

Imagination is Writing

I was meant to write this two days ago, but time ran away from me when writing the other post and then life. Anyway, I want to share with you advice that helped me on my writing journey this year: thinking on your story is just as important as writing it. All writers know how stressful it is to write at least constantly and concisely enough to get a story done. Some days you just. can't. write. Sometimes it is lack of time, writer's block, no inspiration, tiredness and plain just not feeling up to it (and many more). Sometimes there is a good excuse when not to write, others there is not. But here I am talking about the times when there is a good excuse not to write .  I am (or was) one of those people who would put pressure on themselves to write nearly every day. And it stressed me out. If I didn't write at least a sentence, I felt terrible. Then I decided not to put pressure on myself if life didn't allow me to write. When the time came that I was able to write, it w

Marvel Readathon

                                                       Picture credited to Diamond Today, I am excited to share with you the Marvel Readathon, hosted by Diamond! It is so cool and you should really try it out. First things first, check out the original post!  Marvel Readathon Announcement Assuming that you did (seriously, go read it if you haven't, there's important stuff that I didn't mention at all), now I am going to share the books I picked out for this readathon. For the first prompt, based on off Iron Man, I chose Six of Crows by Leigh Burdugo, the first book in the Six of Crows Trilogy (I thought this was a Duology, so that was a surprise). For the second prompt, based off the Incredible Hulk (I haven't watched this movie), I chose Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson.   (If this is not green enough, I have others that will fit here too) This book is also for the third prompt, based off Thor. For the fourth prompt, based off Captain America, I chose With You Al