|Favorite book:||Cyrano de Bergerac (forced to read it, optionally fell in love)|
|Member Since:||Sep 29, 2011|
Name: Blake. But you can call me Blakerz.
Sex: Hell yeah. Jk. Female.
Grade: 10 (sophomore; I skipped eighth grade, blah blah blah....)
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Works in progress:
Once a high-class pageant girl, Saoirse McKinley is trying as hard as she can to leave that part of her past behind her. Permanently. Remaking herself into a punk queen, she starts a band and hits the streets. But in an odd twist of events, she has to condsider returning to the life she wants to forget. But can she be a punk chick and a beauty queen? Or will she get caught between the lines and become the odd girl out?
Read more at http://www.booksie.com/young_adult/novel/coralie/odd-girl-out/chapter/1#XvsccBBDe4XGOyH7.99
No place is safe from the virus. The infected are a threat, but the sickness is even worse. It can find any way it can to get to us, to kill us off, one by one. The world that we lived on for so long is trying to kill us off, and there’s no way to stop it.
Likewise, there’s no place to hide your secrets. There’s no privacy in Armageddon. People still act the same way that they used to; they still hate you if you’re different. It’s amazing that no one has found out the main things about me that I’ve been hiding for so long.
My name is Hayden Mackey and I’m a lesbian. And so far, I’m a survivor of the zombie apocalypse.
Read more at http://www.booksie.com/action_and_adventure/novel/coralie/the-undead-unholy-love-story/chapter/1#ocfS11k45oRHcdhM.99
Yea, Though I Walk Through the Valley of the Shallow and Fake
Why, you might ask, am I writing this? To inform you, to let you know the signs. Not necessarily to persuade you of how not to become, but so you see the warning flags before you get hit with the shock of someone becoming totally fake. Or, maybe, this could even serve as a self-help book. Are you fake? Did you never know it before now? Well, now you will know, thanks to the progression of this blog. Thatâ€™s the intent, anyways. Because, like always, Iâ€™ve decided to take one for the team and try to expose fakeness for what it really is. And the only way to do this is to dive deep into the heart of it all. So let me tell you in advance: Youâ€™re welcome. Eslie Grey has had enough. Tired of the fakeness of the people and scenery around her, she decides to do something about it. Sort of. Hell bent on making change, she starts a blog and poses as someone as equally fake as those she hates. In an attempt to unearth the scandalous truths and the reason behind why people act like they're normal, she finds more than she bargained for. Can she figure out who the real Eslie is, or will she become exactly what she hates?
Read more at http://www.booksie.com/young_adult/novel/coralie/yea-though-i-walk-through-the-valley-of-the-shallow-and-fake/chapter/1/toc#y1QdjOgK0uqqXxL0.99
Here are some of the things or people that keep me generally sane. :)
Lily, age 5
Carson, age 4 (and in her David Bowie Labyrinth costume.)
Reese, age 2.
Sherlock!!!! Gives me more sad feels than happy ones, but hey. That's what Moffat does.
Divergent: one of my favorite book series. In it I would definitely be Divergent between Erudite and Dauntless, but hands down, I belong in Dauntless.
Supernatural: I have loved this show since day one. I'm a hardcore Destiel shipper. Nothing you ever say can convince me that their love isn't true.
The Hunger Games series: my first hardcore book obsession. Still my favorite. Probably always will be.
Color guard: my favorite not so official sport. Here's a pucture I took of me in my uniform for the show Something Old, New, Borrowed, and Blue. It was so beautiful.
Frozen: I don't care how much some people want to hate it; kind of pathetic to go out of your way to bash a children's movie, but if they want to be petty, go for it.
Bring Me the Horizon
Sleeping with Sirens
Family of the Year
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Lana Del Rey
Florence + the Machine
My Chemical Romance
Panic! At the Disco
Fall Out Boy
Some quotes to ponder:
"If you want the rainbow, you've got to put up with the rain." - Dolly Parton
"Happy girls are the prettiest." - Audrey Hepburn
"Nothing is impossible. The word itself says I'm possible." - unknown
"Wanting is always optional." - Dr. Danby, my music theory teacher.
"Anything is acceptable." - my weird ex.
"I'm oretty but I'm not beautiful. I sin but I'm not the devil. I'm good but I'm not an angel." - Marilyn Monroe
"Create your own style... let it be unique for yourself and identifiable for others." - Anna Wintour
"The best colour in the whole world is the one that looks best on you." - Coco Chanel
Well. I'm out. Thank you for stopping by!!!