Did you miss me? Did you miss me? Did you miss me? - Moriarity 'BBC Sherlock' Maybe not the best quote, but at least a quote. Also, just a tip: don't assign your characters quotes from 'Sherlock' once I did that, and it scared me because of how creepy it ended up making the characters... … Continue reading Did You Miss Me?
The important thing is to never stop question. - Albert Einstein I saw this book tag while I was reading other blogs and thought that it looked fun, so I decided to do it. I put this into a safe place, so when I had time I could do it, and unfortunately I forgot to … Continue reading The Would You Rather Book Tag
The important thing is not to stop questioning. - Albert Einstein So, I saw this writing tag, unfortunately I can't remember where I saw it now. But it looked fun, so I decided that I would try it. Now that I've gone over that, let's dive into the questions! 1.CURRENT STORY: What is your current … Continue reading Writing Tag
A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. - George R.R. Martin Books are amazing. I can't remember a time when I didn't love them. Books are friends. Whenever I read a book that I love it is like seeing an old friend. And whenever I read a new book it is a new … Continue reading Books are Friends
I love books. I love that moment when you open one and sink into it you can escape from the world, into a story that's way more interesting than yours will ever be. -Elizabet Scott When I am writing I want to write about things that I would be interested in reading. Sometimes though I … Continue reading 10 Things I Love in Books
Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one. –Albert Einstein INTPs are the logical dreamers. They love to think and to come up with wild theories, yet they will have logical proof as to why their theory is true, and it would not be overly surprising if they were correct. The best way … Continue reading INTP – The Thinker
A reader lives a thousand years before he dies. -George R.R. Martin I went to the library a few days ago and I checked out a copy of all the Lloyd Alexander books that they had. That was twelve different books. That did not include the last of the Prydain series. That did not include … Continue reading The Lost Books