It's been a while since I stayed up until 4:30am...
And it’s been a while since I downloaded a book and had read 80% of it within the same day. John Green, I like you. Oh and PS, I ended up choosing Looking for Alaska because it was the cheapest, haha. But I’m definitely going to eat up the others.
The Daily Fig: Harry Potter in Charts →
These are funnayyyy. “Harry Develops Square Head” lololol. Dear Figment, I’m graduating in 3 weeks, will you hire me? Remember that time I sorta kinda not really interned for you? Meep.
I adore your blog. I just started a new writing advice blog and I was wondering if you could please let your followers know about it! writing-sucks-sometimes.tumblr.com (I would have used the ask feature but I couldn’t send a link) :)
(I went through the last 10 prompt pages, and didn’t find a prompt like this. Hopefully it’s not a duplicate!) Prompt idea by jominguez: Write about something that happens between 1 and 6 am, the hours when most people are asleep. Read followers works based on this prompt: Untitled by jominguez Two things! It’s okay to submit a prompt even if you’ve seen one similar...
Yeah Write is getting a major makeover
Alright Kinder, I just finished my last assignment as an undergraduate college student, and I’m having one of the crises that stress-suppressing, structure-needing, overworked students have when they’ve been working tirelessly day and night on school assignments for 3 straight weeks without hardly doing anything else and all of the sudden they’re done: I need something to DO. ...
Growing Up Too Soon: Fiction That Asks if... →
This is a really interesting article from Pretty Books—actually, it’s more notes on a discussion from the London Book Fair (so sad I didn’t end up getting to go, wa). It’s a really interesting discussion of current YA lit and it addresses the two major issues that I always gripe about: 1. Is it a positive thing that the market is being overrun by fantasy/distopia/etc.,...
Which John Green book should I read?
I got a John Green sampler on my Kindle (for free, so cool) so I have the first 3 chapters of Looking for Alaska, An Abundance of Katherines, Paper Towns, and The Fault in Our Stars. I love vlogbrothers and I’m really interested in YA even though I’m reeeally not a teenager anymore (womp). I haven’t finished reading the samples yet, but I like them so far… any die-hard...