I think I'm going to actually set up a system for my blog, instead of just random posts.
Sunday, I will talk about my plans for the week. And put up a few of my poems.
Monday, I will find someone on DeviantArt to feature.
Tuesday, I will put up some of my photo manipulated photos. (The ones I've edited of other people).
Wednesday, I will find someone else's blog to feature.
Thursday, I will find random pictures online to feature.
Friday, I will feature some of my own photos.
Saturday, I will post something random.
I probably won't follow this at all, but I'm going to try. And expect a random post here and there on a day that shouldn't be a random post.
Sooo. Let's see, what am I doing today?
Cleaning, gots to clean my room and the pantry out, which will take most of the day. I gotta take the dog over to my gramas house, and I need to get ready for tonight.
What is tonight you ask?
Tonight I get to meet Jay Asher, one of my all time favorite authors, and Carolyn Mackler, who is also an amazing author. Check out their books down below.
Other than that, today I will be playing Final Fantasy X, and probably putting new music on my Ipod.
It's 1996, and Josh and Emma have been neighbors their whole lives. They've been best friends almost as long - at least, up until last November, when Josh did something that changed everything. Things have been weird between them ever since, but when Josh's family gets a free AOL CD in the mail,his mom makes him bring it over so that Emma can install it on her new computer. When they sign on, they're automatically logged onto their Facebook pages. But Facebook hasn't been invented yet. And they're looking at themselves fifteen years in the future.
By refreshing their pages, they learn that making different decisions now will affect the outcome of their lives later. And as they grapple with the ups and downs of what their futures hold, they're forced to confront what they're doing right - and wrong - in the present. (http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/10959277-the-future-of-us)
And also by Jay Asher.
Clay Jensen returns home from school to find a mysterious box with his name on it lying on his porch. Inside he discovers thirteen cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker, his classmate and crush who committed suicide two weeks earlier.
On tape, Hannah explains that there are thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life. Clay is one of them. If he listens, he'll find out how he made the list.
Through Hannah and Clay's dual narratives, debut author Jay Asher weaves an intricate and heartrending story of confusion and desperation that will deeply affect teen readers. (http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1217100.Thirteen_Reasons_Why)
And also by Carolyn Mackler.
Fifteen-year-old Virginia Shreves has a larger-than-average body and a plus-size inferiority complex, especially when she compares herself to her slim, brilliant, picture-perfect family. But that’s before a shocking phone call — and a horrifying allegation — about her rugby-star brother changes everything. With irreverent humor and surprising gravity, Carolyn Mackler creates an endearingly blunt heroine who speaks to every teen who struggles with family expectations, and proves that the most impressive achievement is to be true to yourself. (http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/253106.The_Earth_My_Butt_and_Other_Big_Round_Things)
That's all for now!