At first writing this post was more of a therapy/outlet for me. Then I thought: “Maybe I should post this.” And I went back and forth between posting this and not. But Tuesday rolled around and I didn’t have anything to post for Wednesday except this. So here is a dump about me, and sort of about self love.
I’ll have a normal post for next week. I can’t keep spilling my soul on the inter-web XD. I somehow thought it would be a good idea to post the drawings that I put along with each little blurb. Please be nice to my bad art :P. Continue reading
Today we have a collection of my most random thoughts. A lot of this is a conglomeration of my thoughts, other peoples thoughts, songs, idk, everything all mixed up with each other until I don’t know what is what. So I don’t claim these as all my own, but I did think of them.
Dirt is made up of a lot of dead things, composed and buried for years and years. Yet flowers still grow in it. Continue reading
This title is going to become irrelevant in a few months but oh well.
I’ve been doing a thing call the One Year Adventure Novel–which I reviewed here a little while ago. I didn’t talk about the story I’m using for it though. I like reading other people’s story ideas.
BLACK MOON ACADEMY- ACADEMY FOR THE VILLAINOUSLY INCLINED
Sometimes the villain doesn’t want to be the villain. In a world where students can go to schools to become heroes and villains, Scarlet finds herself destined to be a villain, like her mother and generations before her. Only, Scarlet isn’t a villain. Sometimes, the greatest motivator isn’t greed, lost love or power thirst. Sometimes, the greatest motivator is the freedom to be good. But war between the schools is imminent, and Scarlet has to make her choice between family and fate, and a school where she’s never belonged. Continue reading
*cue peaceful Hawaiian beach scene and gentle music* introductions are hard. writing a book is also hard. introducing the new write your own novel in only one school year. the one year adventure novel may be for you if you have trouble plotting and finishing a book. consult your parent or guardian before using one year adventure novel. side effects include: procrastination, writer’s insanity, and hearing your character talk to you. try one year adventure novel today, and live a happy wordsmith’s life. *show happy writer, writing, before the scene fades*
Hello, I have yet again failed an intro.
Anyways. One Year Adventure Novel, if you hadn’t figured it out from the intro and the title.
I’m about 8 chapters into a 12 chapter novel. I might post an update when I finish, but I doubt anything will drastically change. It was time for a review.
I was nominated for a tag and never answered it. Oops. So here we go.
The name of the tag is literally “Another Cool Tag Thing,” just so we’re clear. It was started by Kate, and I was nominated by thesarcasticelf.
1. Do you secretly plot world domination?
*laughs* It wouldn’t be a secret if I said so. But you don’t have to worry. I don’t.
*evil laugh* Continue reading
I saw this on a few other blogs, and was inspired to create an aesthetic post of my own
because I’m running out of ideas. because I liked it.
image one: astronaut with plants. I like plants. I have two in my room, but I want more. Plants make everything happy it seems. I seem to kill everything I touch. I had one of those terrarium plants that live in a sealed jar. Its lived for three years. Then, last month, I saw that the leaves had shriveled. I don’t know why, maybe a contaminant got in.
moral: living in an isolated environment seems to protect you, but it kills you in the end. Continue reading
Hello people of the internet who read this tiny little blog. (Glad you’re here. Salutations.)
Recently I’ve been moving this blog in the direction of a more personal/lifestyle/idk themed blog. I originally started this as a writing blog, and there will still be a lot of those posts. But now there’s a lifestyle vibe to it. (Does anyone still use the word vibe? I like it.)
A little while ago, I published a post on perfectionism. This is kind of a follow-up, but not really post. (I actually had this idea before the perfectionism one, but haven’t written it.)
I have a lot of unfinished sketchbooks.
Some are filled half way, some only have a few pages filled, and some are missing pages.
The reason is this: I get upset at myself for not creating quality art, and cannot stand to look at it anymore. So after I get a decent way into a sketchbook, I get frustrated at the old, bad drawings, and have to start a new one.
I have this idea of a perfect sketchbook. Each page is filled with sketches, but they’re actually good sketches. Faces have the correct proportions, hands look like hands, and each piece makes you feel something. (Besides apathy and this-is-terribleness.)
I’ve always been a little upset that I am not great at the math/science side of things. I can do it, but it doesn’t come naturally, and I procrastinate. Continue reading
Nothing says love like spies, crime, prison, and death.
My type of Valentine’s day.
Babysitting the Hacker remains one of my most popular short stories. It’s one of the few times I’ve attempted humor, and I’m frankly surprised that it even worked. It’s been a year, and since then I’ve gotten requests to continue it. I never did because I liked the way it ended, and sequels are rarely as good as the first.
But here we are.
With a sequel.
For those of you who are new, babysitting the hacker’s premise is:
We have all these crime-fighting kids in books and movies, but really, how many eight year olds are going to be on the streets by themselves while working? It’s crazy. Someone has to babysit.
Lavender, a child genius, ended up on our doorstep. She was one of the best, even before training. But she was eight. Therefore, I, Chase, was tasked with the job of babysitting a scary-smart, little ninja of a girl. Things got a little crazy sometimes. Actually, a lot of times.
Anyone who knows me could tell you that I am a perfectionist. Not an obsessive perfectionist, but you know, an obsessive perfectionist.
Most of the perfectionist thoughts are aimed at making me a perfect human. This can be very damaging.
But it can also be good.
If there’s something I’m bad at, I’ll often throw myself into the thing until it’s better.
I have a few fears, like everyone does. But instead of avoiding them, I say to myself, “Wouldn’t it be a great idea to conquer the fears, so you’re not a weak human? You need to be strong and perfect.”
This has gotten me into some unpleasant situations. Continue reading
I have the pleasure to take a part in the blog tour for Disowned, book one in the Allegiance series by Sarah Addison-Fox today!
I’ve been in a reading slump lately, and wasn’t expecting too much from the book, to be honest. I started reading this book, and read. all. night. Seriously, I was up way past midnight reading this.
So I’m super excited to give you my review of the book 😀
First, here’s the details: Continue reading