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About The Characters – NaNoWriMo 2019! (SW#42)

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Heyo Bookaholics! I promise I’m writing! I’m doing NaNoWriMo this month again! If you are here and haven’t seen my previous NaNoWriMo posts, you can find them linked below, just click on the header image to view the post! I know this is an About the Characters post which usually includes visual aesthetics, but I won’t be doing Pinterest collages for two reasons: 1. I can’t choose out of all the photos, which ones to make into a collage; 2. I’m […]

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Meet The Character – Jaz #Realise (SW#31)

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Heyo Bookaholics! Meet the character! I have been trying to write as much as I can lately. Working in my spare time between tasks at work, at night, in the morning, during lunch, etc. whenever I can, I try to write. I really love this character. Honestly, I think the fact that I went into the story trying to make her a character that everyone will hate, has actually enhanced her more and given me more to work with because […]

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The Green Gentlewoman

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Heyo Bookaholics! First off; this is my first time making an aesthetic layout and I think it turned out perfect! Today I want to talk about one of the characters from my more quieter works that I want to keep very much quiet, only because there isn’t much going for it right now. It’s called The Truth About Meme Fox. TTAMF is a story I wanted to start writing on Wattpad but I never got around to actually starting it […]

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The Most Influential YA Women Characters

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Happy International Women’s Day! To commemorate this day on my blog, I have compiled a list of the literary women who have empowered and had an impact on both me and the readers of YA fiction novels around the globe.   1. Tessa Grey – The Infernal Devices 2. Annabeth – Percy Jackson Series 3. Liesel – The Book Thief   Liesel demonstrates a great amount of love and resilience for a young girl, who tragically lost her younger brother and was […]

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