Hey guys! So in all honesty, none of these posts are from this week. I went back and read a lot of the old posts that I missed when I dropp...

Posts of the Week: 2.7.16-2.13.16

Hey guys! So in all honesty, none of these posts are from this week. I went back and read a lot of the old posts that I missed when I dropped off the face of the earth, so most of them are at least a week old if not more. But they’re still fantastic, and in case you haven’t read them, here they are (plus, some of them you could totally reread. Just saying).

On to the posts!

Just 100 Words by Heather. After all, it’s 100 words more than you had the day before. :)

50 Easy Ways to Inspire Creativity by Bailey. Very self-explanatory title for a very fun and fantastic post.

WBI: Jareth, The Goblin King, Also by Heather. Guys, I don’t even know what to say beyond seriously, this is so awesome.

Out The Car Window by Lish. I love that she took the time to show us these. Pictures like this seem almost like a... a slice-of-life. Pieces we’d normally take for granted, but she took the time to stop, appreciate, and show to us. :)

A Novel Introduction--Winter Reign, Also by Bailey. In which she introduces us to her gorgeous new WIP <3

You Can Have All Of This by Chard. In which Chard talks about realizing what “all of this” means for you.

The Gap by Ive. In which a friend of mine returns to the blogging world and opens up about her personal experience with autism.

Who Jesus Is To Me, Also by Chard. In which he talks about exactly that and reminds us just how wonderful Jesus is. :)

Discussion: A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS // Book 13 and Wrap-Up by Liz. As one might assume from the title, she did a whole series on these books. But this is the last post and it has links to all of the others (which you should totally read if you haven’t already), so I decided to share this one.

The Hunger Games and My Christian Faith by Ally. I LOVE posts like this, because they explain how there’s so much more to The Hunger Games than kids killing kids, and Ally does it brilliantly and artfully, and everybody should read it. <3

Memento Mori, Also by Liz. A brave and emotional post in which she talks about how God’s love is still love, even when it hurts. I admire Liz so much for this <3

And that’s it for this week (or more accurately, the past month, since some of them are from that far back and farther). Tell me about your favorite way to inspire creativity, a seemingly dull moment that you realized was actually gorgeous, a childhood series you’ve revisited, or anything else related to the posts you’ve found around the blogosphere. I can’t wait to hear from you all!

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  1. What makes me inspired...
    Music, mainly. Surprisingly, epic soundtrack music doesn't work. What works is usually bizarre or depressing songs.
    Pictures. Urban scenery for sci-fi, people for historical or dramas, outfits for Steampunk or historical.
    Sometime the strangest little things get me all excited to write. I just bought a cameo brooch from a craft store, and just looking at it makes me inspired. Maybe I'm just weird... But anyone else relate?
    -The Girl with the Gold Pen

    1. Interesting! For me, it depends on the mood I'm in. Sometimes, epic soundtracks work, and other times, depressing is more what I'm going for, lol.

      Oooh, yes!! 100% agree. Even if I'm not writing something in one of those genres, they're just some of those things that feel like there must be a story behind them. And (someday), I will write them.

      Haha, totally! I think it's just part of being a writer, being inspired by the strangest little things for no reason that you can explain. :)

      Thanks for commenting!

  2. Yay! Thanks, Alexa! I also enjoyed Heather's 100 words post- because really sometimes that is about as many words as I can handle. :P Now I must go and read all the others on here... :)

    1. No problem! And yes, I know, so glad to see people who relate!

      Awesome! Hope you enjoy them. :)

  3. Aww, thank you for sharing my posts! I'm glad you enjoyed them. :) Heather's posts are great, and Lish's photography is unique and interesting. :) I haven't checked out most of the other posts, but I should.

    As for my favorite way to inspire creativity--it would definitely be drinking coffee. But rereading books also helps. *nods*

    1. No problem! Thanks for posting them! :)

      IKR! :D And yay, I hope you do! :)

      Haha, those are brilliant ways to inspire creativity. ;)

  4. Two posts by moi? Aw, merci! I appreciate it. :) I also highly enjoyed Bailey and Liz's posts, especially Liz's Memento Mori. That one was powerful.

    1. No problem, thanks for writing them! And yes, those were so good. Especially Memento Mori. There really are no words for that one.


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