On Wednesday – We Reblog

Another Great Example of the Write Impression

This is a reblog. Tremendous thanks to Elenacaravela KATNISS Do book cover illustrations influence the way you envision a character before you read a book?  Does an actor cast as the character from your favorite book embody your idea of the character in a film?

Cosplay – Katsucon 2015

Cosplaying also goes with this week’s Izzy May I: The Write Impression. Check that post out and the one below.

The Bookworm Club #2 + My “Paper Towns” Review

Originally posted on Jumbleskine:
Hello my dear readers! Another week, another bunch of interesting books to read! I’m so happy that you continue to participate to this little event 🙂 This week we have… 1. The Last Days of Rabbit Hayes 2. The Book Thief And my little review of Paper Towns! I’ve finished this…

Let’s Play Literary Would You Rather! (6th Edition)

Originally posted on 101 Books:
It’s been a while since we’ve done this, so let’s bring back a little Friday fun with another version of Literary Would You Rather! Let’s go: Would you rather be a character from Twilight or Fifty Shades of Grey? Would you rather forfeit reading for the rest of your life or…

Film Review- Living on One Dollar (2013)

Originally posted on the cinema bliss:
Living on One Dollar movie poster I will say this: I’m grateful for the things I have, but have also fallen prey to selfishness and envy. In other words, I’m a perfect candidate for an eye-opener!  Living on One Dollar is a documentary that challenges the mind to wander…

Lemonade and Worm Stand: NaBloPoMo

chasing destino What do you think of the idea “if life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” Do you think it’s always possible to make something bad into something good? It’s so cliche. Yet, it’s true. Most of the time, you can turn a negative into a positive. Maybe not always. Trust me. I know. I […]

Inspiration Point

“Everything a writer learns about the art or craft of fiction takes just a little away from his need or desire to write at all. In the end he knows all the tricks and has nothing to say” (Raymond Chandler). “When in doubt, have a man come through the door with a gun in his […]

2AM: The Smiling Man Suspense Video

Regardless of gender, age, and race, walking alone and walking alone at night can put your whole body — everything that you are — into a tense state of high alert. In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Fight or Flight.”

“This suspense is terrible. I hope it will last.”

“This suspense is terrible. I hope it will last.”

Originally posted on The Daily Post:
As a child, the anticipation of eating one of my mom’s freshly made brownies nearly drove me to the brink of insanity. She had a rule about how long they needed to cool down before my sister and I could cut them. I’d be bouncing off the walls with…

The Truth Hurts – How do you value Trust?