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I started this blog as a “portfolio” for “serious writing” (per some professional advice that would have better suited someone else.)
Over the years, Narrative Paradise morphed into a book blog…of sorts.
I don’t write book reviews (very often) or participate in reading challenges.
I DO post book tags and gush about my favorite series.
I occasionally publish posts about faith, politics, and/or mental health.
Oh, and I MAY have turned this site into an unofficial Maggie Stiefvater fan blog.
More accurately, Narrative Paradise operates as an unofficial Ronan Lynch blog.
I’m not kidding.
Read. Comment. Explore.
I’ve watched maybe ten episodes of Friends in my entire life.
(Emer’s going to make me watch the series as homework. I just know it.)
I did the How I Met Your Mother Thing instead, which was…a mistake.
Continue reading “The F.R.I.E.N.D.S. Book Tag”
I’m resurrecting an old book tag back from the days when people had fond feelings about Pixar. Continue reading “Pixar Book Tag”
I lived all 30 days of November but I barely remember any of them.
Somehow, I condensed a year’s worth of activities into a single month.
When I started the month, I thought I’d be fitting writing sessions between social engagements, horror movies, and book rereads.
Here’s what happened instead: Continue reading “November Happenings”
Let me start with the people I’m tagging:
Emer | Zezee | Nish & Ngoc | Leelynn | Megan | Sofia | Alex | Kirsty | Ellyn | Katie
What did I just tag you all for?
IT’S A MYSTERY. Continue reading “The Mystery Blogger Award”
How far will I go to avoid working on my WIP?
Well, Cori McCarthy tweeted a fan-created video book tag inspired by their book.
As you might recall, McCarthy and their fiancee Amy Rose Capetta wrote a genderbent Arthurian space book that none of you liked but I enjoyed.
I had to do the tag, obviously, even though I only wrote 600 words for NaNo yesterday.
Worry not – I have a Pasta Feast + Catch-up Writing Marathon scheduled tomorrow.
This is my life now. Continue reading “Knights of the Round Tag”