I love going on walks just to see all the flowers cropping up. I probably look like an idiot as I’m glancing back and forth at the daffodils and the pansies and… oh yuck! What is that disgusting smell coming from that tree? Oh, and there’s another daffodil. So beautiful!
Have you ever looked at your handwriting and winced? I know I have! I am embarrassed of my handwriting, and no matter how much I practice, it still looks awful. I’ve always been envious of those who can write in beautiful calligraphy style script.
This week’s blogging challenge has inspired me to take a calligraphy class! I don’t know how it’s going to go, or if it will give me any sort of beautiful handwriting skills, but at the very least, it can be a great research opportunity for my books!
I really liked the three books in this series. Well, the first one and the third one. But it’s something I definitely want to reread in the near future. An earl who lost his sister and let his home fall to ruin. A woman who is fleeing an unwanted marriage and ruins her own reputation to do it. I love the romance and the characters!
I really like the way the tv show, Merlin, portrays these two. Although it doesn’t delve deep into their story, I feel like their characters are given a lot of “oomf” and personality. Need I mention their dedication to one another??? They are the gold standard for relationships.
One of my best talents, and possibly my most useless talent, is occupying myself by staring at the same wall. For hours. And hours. Or the ceiling as I lie awake at night, plagued by story ideas and ideas for scenes in my novels.
I loved this book. Period. Did I enjoy the movie as well? You bet! I’m one of those people who can still enjoy the movie adaptations of a book. This is the kind of material I would read on my own as well and not just as an assignment in class.