One Word Story

Okay people I need your help. I want to make a one word story. What is a one word story you ask? Well each person says one word then another tacks one on and so on. But to make this work I will need participation and a somewhat serious attitude. No throwing the word butt in there at any time unless it is needed. I will begin. The story will be in the comments

I hope you’ll help my endeavor



Calming doodles


What am I doing…

Lately I’ve been doodling this beautiful monstrosity. Drawing something like this is calming because you don’t have to be good at art to achieve this, you just have to be able to draw lines, and circles. I think people call it zentangle but I’m not sure if that’s the correct term.



An other great way to pass time is practice. That may sound boring but it really helps. You can practice coloring, anatomy, or redraw any of your o.c’s to see how you’ve improved. In these drawings  I was practicing character design and and color.

I’m quite proud of all of these drawings even though there just doodles. They show me how much I’ve improved and how I can get better.


I Finished Fangirl!

I finished the book Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell last night. The book has made me so happy! But I’m also sad that it’s over.

But anyways read Fangirl. If you have read it read it again. Now.


Fangirl (by Rainbow Rowell)


I’m currently reading the book Fangirl written by Rainbow Rowell,(which has to be the best name in the history of names) and I love it! I fangirl for Fangirl! Not only are the characters diverse and unlike anything I’ve ever seen, the plot is wonderful and true.

The book is about Cath, a freshman in college. Cath writes fanfiction for one of the most popular book series of the age, Simon Snow. As she works her way through college, Cath has many ups and downs and perhaps some love on the horizon.

I haven’t finished the book yet, so no spoilers please! But where I currently am in the story makes me want to rub the book against my face with happiness. I desperately urge you to read this book. And even if you don’t enjoy realistic fiction, I promise you will love this book. (Or just like it depending on who you are. But I don’t think you’ll hate it.)