Hey, all! As promised, before we get to the posts of the week, I will give the answers to last week’s two truths and a lie . :)   State...

Posts of the Week: 11.20.16-11.26.16

Hey, all! As promised, before we get to the posts of the week, I will give the answers to last week’s two truths and a lie. :)  

Statement 1: Sorry, Keturah, lol, but this one’s the lie. I have never been into Owl City, although I do like his song with Britt Nicole, You’re Not Alone and his In Christ Alone cover. Apart from those, not really a fan.

Obviously, this means the last two are true: I am highly addicted Studio C (and they just released a Hamilton cover, which only made the addiction worse), and I do love jewelry but for some reason almost never wear it. I really don’t know why. I guess I just don’t think to most of the time.

ON TO THE POSTS!

Interview with Vanmoriel (Starbloods) by Victoria Howell. In which Victoria interviews her terrifying star villain, Vanmoriel. This lady is chilling... and I want to read her story.

Some Progress Is Always Better Than No Progress by Amy Henry. This isn’t a blog I frequent, but it was shared on what of the groups I’m in, so I decided to go ahead and read it. I loved this post. Especially since I am a big picture thinker, so sometimes it’s hard for me to see the small progresses--in anything. But those small pixels arewhat make up the big picture, and we’d be remiss to forget them.

Beauty by Vanessa. A friend of mine wrote this blog post about the meaning of beauty. Warning for language, but I think what she has to say is really important. :)

Writing Lessons From Movies: The Incredibles, also by Victoria Howell. I LOVE THE INCREDIBLES SO MUCH. And of course her tips are brilliant, as always. ;) Remember, guys, no capes. ;)  
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That’s it for this week! Have you ever interviewed your villain? How do you define beauty, do you know? Can’t wait to hear your thoughts, and I will see you in the comment section! :D


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6 comments:

  1. Never really been into Owl City, either but liked his song Fireflies when I was younger ^^

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    1. I was never able to get into Fireflies either. :p But those two songs I mentioned are pretty good.

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  2. One of my villains is a lot like someone I know, so yes. I have interviewed him. Shhh. Don't tell. I'm checking out the post about beauty. That sounds interesting. Thanks.

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    1. Ooh, really? Interesting. And *buttons lips* I won't tell a soul. ;)

      It is! Hope you enjoy! :D

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  3. ah, well at least you like two of their best songs ;b

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