Tornado in Paradise, Senggigi Beach, Lombok, Indonesia
West officially has his own baby, and it’s the cutest thing in the world.
I have the best babysitter gelding. ❤
So I’ve always wanted to try and create a comic series. Of course it wouldn’t be in full shaded color, but this was a bit of an experiment of sorts. Looking for constructive criticism!
imagine your f/o resting with their back against the headboard, one arm raised up to grasp the top of it, hips shifted in a relaxed position. their grip on the headboard tightens as they bite back a hiss, your lips traveling from their bare collarbone to the soft skin of their hips.
im from the u.s and i’m about to be a senior in highschool, which means im about to start applying to colleges. i really wanna move west maybe to like texas, california, or arizona. i wanna live in a smaller city not like l.a. or anything but idk where to go. i wanna go to school for social work too! i wanna live my life in a small western town helping people in ways that wouldve helped me growing up. if u guys know of any good colleges that kinda fit my description PLEASE let me know! soon ill be applying but honestly i dont even know where to start.
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First drawing of the new campaign. The Dragonslayers are called out of retirement in, “The FEARMONGER”
Logo by Adam Art by Mike Story by Kevin
I CAN NOT WAIT TO SEE TAYLOR AT LOVER FEST!!!!
Dinner, kuz I hungy.
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Contains a visual from Songbird Symphony on Nintendo Switch. (at Tacoma, Washington)
Danielle Babbles About Books - West (East, #2) by Edith Pattou
Rating: 4/5 stars
Adult Content: there’s some violence, no more than in the first book though
Review: Yes it did take me a whole year to get to this. I have some mixed feelings about this. I totally get having ideas for sequels and that it’s a little weird to continue a story that is finished. The overall lesson is that you gotta kill your villains dead the first time. No cheating! No “they fell from a great height” without checking the body afterward, no more “they were dragged off for execution,” do it thoroughly and make sure the death is absolutely confirmed. Second of all I wasn’t sold on Neddy and Sib’s romance. Where were the interactions? I’m not feeling things! I know I’m supposed to and the narrative style has a lot to do with this but a the same time I’m not seeing the point in Neddy “needing” a romance and Sib’s backstory just felt sloppy in the way it was presented, I knew an explanation was coming but it felt like it was too last-minute and there wasn’t enough hinting or the right kind of hinting. I also didn’t really see why Rose fell in love with Charles again. I think there could’ve been more, more interactions, more tension. And then there were things with the family back home. Sara dying honestly felt cheap and I wonder if there could’ve been more or less focus on that part of the story. It added tension in that we were getting a view of how dangerous the troll queen was but at the same time there was little consequence because I never got to know Sara enough to care about her and Neddy surviving was also just a little too easy. So there were a lot of things about this book that frustrated me and I think there’s a lot that should’ve been added and some more that could’ve been cut down. Like I think Rose should’ve spent more time learning wind magic and not just having Sib use it and what was the purpose of those cloaks if she keeps them but never uses them? It was the last ~50 pages that got this rating to 4 stars because that actual final confrontation was intense and satisfying and I was tortured right up until the end and was so happy with that final little twist but it’s still a little off.
Favorite Quote: “Tell me a story” I said, handing him the story knife. He shook his head, pushing the knife back toward me. “I have no stories,” he said. “Stories have a beginning, middle, and end. I have only moments, flashes of pictures in my mind.”
“That is what stories are made of,” I said. “Moments. One followed by another, by another. Until you have a story.”