If not for word wars, I think NaNo would kill me. But there are word wars, so I am not dead. Lucky me. On to the posts! How Can Cha...

Posts of the Week: 11.8.14-11.14.15

If not for word wars, I think NaNo would kill me. But there are word wars, so I am not dead. Lucky me.

On to the posts!

How Can Characters be Powerful If They're Not Real? by Tori. This post of posts. Because she answers this question and she answers it perfectly.

Don’t Fear The Undertow by Sarah. In which she talk about how God’s been using her lately, and how He can use every one of us, if we just take that step of faith.

Words Cease To– and A Peculiar Volume – Dictionary Portrait [m] by Safah. Two gorgeous poems. Seriously, I don’t know how this girl does it, but the way she crafts her words... it’s just lovely.

MBTI Blog Challenge: How To Write An INFJ by Hannah Heath. I do adore self-explanatory titles. Also, this is a really cool idea, though I don’t think I’ll participate as I’m not entirely certain I can properly represent my personality type. Still, it is brilliant.

As Beautiful As Music and Green by Chard. Two short and sweet life lessons on the beauty each of us can create, both around us and in our own lives.

Guest Post: An Author’s Thoughts On Labels In Literature from Mariellas blogAnother fairly self-explanatory title. But this post... *just applauds*

The Best Part of Being a Blogger by Heather. If you’re feeling discouraged about your blog, this is the post for you. Sometimes, all you need is to take a step back and remember all of the wonderful parts about doing what you love. :D

The Autumn Prince by Mariella Hunt. This is just the link to the first chapter, but I’ve nearly finished the entire story and I’ve enjoyed it so far. It’s a nice, sweet fairytale, and I’m quite interested to see how it’ll end. :)

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And that’s it for this week! Hope you guys enjoy the posts!

So how’s NaNo going for you? Do you know your MBTI type? (I test INTJ, but I’ve discovered that I might have some S tendencies, which is why I’m not positive I can accurately represent my tested type). What are your thoughts on some of the labels in literature? Read the posts, let me know, and I shall see you in the comment section!




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