Hola! It is once again time for *drumroll please* POSTS OF THE WEEK. (btw, all of these posts are old because I am ridiculously awf...

Posts of the Week: 4.3-9.16

Hola! It is once again time for *drumroll please*

POSTS OF THE WEEK.

(btw, all of these posts are old because I am ridiculously awful at keeping up with the blogs I'm subscribed to, yet I find it necessary to read almost every single post. They’re still awesome, though. Just... old, by blogging standards)

Unstoppable by Koko. Seriously. This girl is absolutely incredible. That is all I have to say.

How To Write: Steampunk by Aimee. In which the amazing Aimee guest posts on Krissy’s blog about... well, it’s kind of obvious isn’t it?

Reread, Rewrite, Burn Book Tag by Liz. This is such an awesome tag. Shar tagged me for it (you can--and totally should--read hers here), and I’m hopefully going to get to it next week. Also, Heather did it too, and hers is very cool.

Are Favourite Books A Static Thing? by Shanti. I love this post particularly because I’ve always felt weird, kinda disloyal, honestly, about how quickly my “favorites” can change. But they really don’t have to be a static thing, because I am not a static thing, and as my favorites are a reflection of who I am, they both can and should change as I do. :)

What’s Next for the Autumn Prince by Mariella. In which she shares some very exciting news about what’s next for her novella.

Falling in Love with Minimalism by Safah. A fascinating and beautiful post. Being a packrat, I am not even close to minimalism, but even still, I found her post interesting and kind of inspiring. ;)

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And that is it for this week! Would you consider yourself closer to hoarding, minimalism, or somewhere in between? What’s your favorite genre to write (or read)? What’s an old favorite of yours that you’ve realized it’s rather time to let go of? Can’t wait to see you in the comments! :D



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4 comments:

  1. I guess my favorite genre to write is fantasy or historical dramas. :)

    -The Girl with the Gold Pen

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    1. Oooh, those are good genres! I used to read historical all the time, though I do read more fantasy and contemporary now.

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  2. I loooooove seeing people's Reread, Rewrite, Burn tags! They are just too amusing to me. XD I also really liked Shanti's discussion post because I think people don't always realize the contents of that discussion for themselves.

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    1. lol, yes! This has got to be one of my favorite tags that has gone around!

      I know, right? It took me a while to figure that out on my own, so I thought it was really cool that she did the post about it.

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