Heyo peoples! This week, we have a few extra posts since I didn’t do a Post of the Week last week because I did an anime review/fangirl fli...

Posts of the Week! 8.16.15-8.29.15

Heyo peoples! This week, we have a few extra posts since I didn’t do a Post of the Week last week because I did an anime review/fangirl flip-out last week instead (also, I was lazy). Anyways, let’s hope right into this!

Just Like God by Chard. This is a bit of an old one, and I’m not sure if I completely agree with the ending, but it’s definitely something to think about.

Fangirl Closes at the Close by Heather. Another kind of old one, but I got to make a guest appearance and fangirl about one of my favorite TV shows ever! Plus, a few other bloggers shared in the fangirling as well, and and it was just awful fun. :D

Thoughtful About... I’m Not Called by Mrs. Roseanna White. Absolutely gorgeous. Just read it. It spoke to me.

Review: Cinder by Marissa Meyer by Mariella Hunt. In which Mariella reviews one of my favorite sci-fis ever. I may or may not have commented in all caps.

Field Notes V. 1: Lake District 2015 by Hawaa. In which she shares amazing pictures of sparkling lakes, clear skies, and other landscape pictures so gorgeous they almost can’t be real, lol

BB/HG Crossover: Chapter Five by Rebecca. Chapter five of our crazy, random crossover story with HG!

Boy Meets Girl. Also by Chard. A beautiful post and a brilliant analogy for the love God shows to us.

Why I don’t Like Tony Stark by Olivia J. The post is exactly what it sounds like. And while I’m not positive these are my reasons (I just kind of find him annoying, but maybe that’s because of what she said here), it’s an interesting post, and honestly, I share the sentiment.

Writing Lessons From Movies: Jumanji by Stori Tori. In which Tori talks about one of my old favorite movies and makes the whole thing writing-related. Beautiful, I tell you.

And that’s it for this week! Have you seen Jumanji? What are your thoughts on Tony Stark? Hope you guys enjoy the posts! :D


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8 comments:

  1. I haven't seen Jumanji, but I do want to. I've been eyeballing Tori's post, but I don't know if it would make sense without having seen the movie. As for Tony Stark, I think he's a very interesting character. On the one hand, I don't like him because he's rather inappropriate and high maintenance and a little bit annoying and he's so self-centered. But I also like certain aspects of his character--I think his neediness makes him interesting, and I think he has more depth than some of the other characters. Hmm, to really decide my opinion, I think I'd have to rewatch both Avengers and all three Iron Mans (Iron Men, I really wanted to say Iron Men).

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    1. Well, she explains it pretty well, so I think it'd make sense. You'd just get some spoilers. :)

      I actually haven't seen the last Iron Man, so who knows, maybe my opinion would change if I did. I like some parts of his character too, and I certainly don't hate him, but I do find him the least interesting and most annoying of the Avengers. :p To each their own superhero, though. :)

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  2. AHH! I LOVE Mrs. Roseanna's one. I am so happy that you posted the link to that review of Cinder BECAUSE I JUST BORROWED IT FROM THE LIBRARY because it looks amazing (the cover does; I actually haven't read the synopsis or anything). So, that was great to hear a review of it. :D Also, Hawwa's photography was BEAUTIFUL. AHH. And Why I Don't Like Tony Stark - that was GOOD. I actually found him a smiiiiidge annoying, but, yeah. He definitely isn't my favourite (my favourite is Thor. XD). Who is your favourite Avenger? YOU SHOULD DO A POST ON WHY YOU LIKE YOUR FAVOURITE. :O You may have told me before who is your favourite, btw . . . I distinctly remember? Perhaps you said Captain America or Thor? I might be wrong. XD Do those fantastic twins count as an Avenger (I still haven't seen the second one)?

    This was a great little collection of posts, thanks for sharing (as always! :') )!

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    1. I adore that one too!
      AND YES. I'M SO GLAD. CINDER IS AMAZING. I MUST HEAR WHAT YOU THINK!!!!
      THAT IS A GREAT IDEA *marks it down in blogging document* We did talk about this once before but it is /such/ a hard question, lol. I do love Captain America and Thor, but also Hawkeye. Plus there are the FABULOUS Maximoff twins who, in my opinion, do count as Avengers. So yeah. I love almost all of them to death <3 <3 <3

      No problem! Glad you liked it! :D

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  3. I went to Heather's post AND I ALMOST FILLED OUT THE FORM THE SAME WAY. But then I forgot.... Still, Merlin and Arthur! Love them so much.

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    1. Oh that's funny. Wouldn't it have been weird to have two Merlin segments, lol?
      AND YES. THEY ARE GLORIOUSLY WONDERFUL.

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  4. Cinder is such a good book, right? Thanks for collecting all these awesome posts, Alexa. :) And, of course, thank you for sharing my post, and for contributing to it! I couldn't have done it without you! :)

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    1. YES IT IS!
      And no problem! Thanks for doing the Fandom post! It was so much fun :D

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