A Bunch of Exciting Tags! (Feat. The Get to Know Me tag, My Favourite Things tag and the 777 Tag)

Over the past few weeks I’ve found myself tagged for three different tags, so I’m going to do an exciting amalgamation of all the tags I’ve been tagged with. Without further ado, here we go!

Beginning with the Get to Know Me Tag, Writer’s Edition!

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  • Link back to the person who created the tag (that would be the awesome Savannah)
  • Thank the person who tagged you (and that would be lovely Christine )
  • Share the tag graphic
  • Tag eleven bloggers.

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Musical Theatre Tag (I ramble about Musicals and my WIPs)

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The wonderful MyMusicalAndWritingLife created this awesome musical/WIP tag which I just had to do, given my adoration of everything musical and because of my love of rambling about my WIPs. So…here we go. If you are not prepared for wild fangirling and ramble, you’d better leave now 😛

Jean Valjean [Les Mis]

 (A character you’ve written that underwent major character change)

All my characters?

Okay, Justice probably changes the most over the course of The Stars Fill Infinity, Zachary Stoner changes the most over When Infinity is Empty, Chessy and Quillon don’t really change that much. They have arcs that kind of border on flat. They grow and deepen and definitely do change, but they don’t…do a 180 and change themselves completely (Justice and Zac do though). Continue reading

Sunshine Blogger Tag

So, Quinn O’Fallon nominated me to do this super fun tag, and since I have the brain capacity of…like, a carrot, right now, it seemed perfect. (Between competitions I’m entering, Stars which I’m editing, and rereading The Return of the King, I have no time for…anything else. Including pretty blog headers. 😦 ).

Why did you start blogging?

Um, because it looked fun? There wasn’t really any deep, philosophical reason, I just wanted to do it. 😀

Do you prefer to write with pen and paper or on a computer? Why?

It depends. When I’m outlining, creating characters, worldbuilding and brainstorming, its always, always on paper with a pen. I don’t know why, but I can’t think of good ideas on the computer. But, when I’m drafting and editing, I always type because its so much faster, and too much penwork destroys my wrists. 😦 Continue reading

Beautiful Books: Favourites Edition (and a Sad Farewell)


Good morning/afternoon/day, whatever you like! There’s good news and bad news today. The good news is that we’re here with another Beautiful People post hosted by the wonderful Cait and Sky! The bad news is that this is going to be the last Beautiful People post for the foreseeable future. I’ve had a lot of fun doing these posts over the last year or so, but massive thank yous to Cait and Sky for hosting (and we hope that one day, the Beautiful People will return 😀 ).

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