So I did a 30 song challenge a few months back, and I found another one.
Also, be sure to come back Thursday for part two of The Witch’s Children.
If anyone else does this, please comment below so I can see what you did 😉
Edit: WordPress notified me that this was my 100th post, so that’s kinda cool.
They say the key to a teenage girl’s heart is through her music. (Actually, I don’t know if they say that or not, but I said it.)
Anyhoo. Since you guys have no idea who I am apart from a random girl on the internet, maybe this will help. (Note: I changed some of these because they were weird or I didn’t have answers for them.)
This is a challenge that’s been circulating the internet, not a tag. So If you want to do it, do it!
Hi all of you out there! *waves* It’s been a long while. But I have returned! (From TeenPact, sickness, and school.)
I’ve been tagged with the Blue Sky Tag by Hailey of haileyhudson.wordpress.com. Go check out her blog, it’s inspiring. 🙂
That means I’m answering a whole bunch of questions, then nominating some more people for my own questions. Continue reading
So, long time no see. I’ve been drowning in school (end of year stuff) and haven’t had much time to make blog posts and such. So, quick little post with a spotify playlist for ya!
And Happy Spring! It’s either getting warmer or colder for you, depending on where you live. Unfortunately for me, it’s getting warmer in the US, and I’m watch the trees turn yellow and fuzzy. It’s time to break out the gas masks. 😦 Continue reading
Okay, I’m laying out all my cards on the table. I have no idea what to write about today. I know, crazy. What writer doesn’t have anything to write about? So, you’ll get your book review tomorrow, but today is just for funsies. It’s late, but here is a list of 2016’s best. (All pics from Pinterest) Continue reading
I compiled a list of all my favorite songs to listen to while writing. (Or while doing math, science, or art.) Most are instrumental, unless indicated. Most can be found on youtube, amazon prime music, or pandora. I tend to like AudioMachine and John Williams, but I listen to all of these songs regularly while writing. Enjoy! Continue reading