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I do acknowledge the fact that the second installment of this series was not posted on a Friday. That was simply because I was gone pretty much the entire day as I slaved away at my two jobs and therefore had no time to dedicate to this blog. With that being said, I'm going to talk about the school that I went to in France, l'Ensemble Scolaire Saint Adrien.
Before May fifteenth, I had the excuse that I was extremely busy with both my schoolwork and working two jobs that I didn't always have time to blog or write. May fifteenth, however, marked the last day of my high school classes, and May twenty-first was the official day of my high school graduation, where I got to sing in my school's choir for the last time.
However, even though I had officially graduated from high school, I wasn't yet done with my high school experience as I chose to embark on one last school trip, what I was working two jobs for, since the trip itself had cost about four thousand dollars. France.
Hello, I know that I promised to blog more as part of my New Year's Resolution, and since my last blog post was over two months ago (which is way too long ago), I decided to write about what has been a part of me since the second grade. Atheism. The lack of a belief in a god or deity. Since I am an atheist, I want to talk about it more instead of hiding it in order to appease the public. I live in Cave Creek, Arizona where I am pretty open about my atheism and have experienced little to no prejudice from my peers (with the exception of my fourth grade classmates, who frequently told me that I was going to Hell. Parenting much?). However, I have recently gained an interest in learning more about atheism and religion, and through watching youtubers like Jaclyn Glenn, Mr. Repzion, and The Amazing Atheist, I have learned that not all atheists have been as fortunate as I to live in a community that is, for the most part, accepting of differences.
So, this is going to be a relatively short blog post, since these are just updates. I realize that many of you may know this already, but my previous ebook exclusive, The Five Stages, just recently became a paperback. Now, I know that I have already tweeted about this and instagramed a picture; however, I am now formally blogging that it is available on Amazon for $7.99, and the paperback version only will include the prologue and first chapter of my debut novel, Threatening Souls. Overall, I am happy with how it turned out, and the only reason why I put it into a paperback version was because everyone that I wanted to read it wouldn't because they prefer paperbacks to ebooks.
So, like I had mentioned in one of my previous posts, I was thinking about doing a cover of Asking Alexandria's Moving On. On Youtube, however, I had found both an original instrumental that someone did and then an acoustic instrumental that another person did. I like them both, so I decided to do both an original cover and acoustic cover of the same song. With that being said, anyone who knows me knows that I am a huge fan of rock and metal music, and Asking Alexandria is definitely a metal band. Even though I only own a few songs by them, I still love what they produce and decided to do a cover of one of their more "mellow" songs.
In this blog post, I want to talk about rock and metal and seven of the bands that I am currently listening to the most. This type of music is what I listen to whenever I write, and it is because of this genre that made me want to learn how to scream (and I can do screamo, but I definitely do not do it that often because it can ruin your voice). I find certain songs to be inspirational, and the work that must be put in to create these songs is incredible. Within metal, there are different subgenres, and the very first subgenre of metal that I had ever gotten into was Gothic metal (which is characterized by bands such as Evanescence, Within Temptation, Lacuna Coil, Nightwish, etc.).
The images and all but two of the videos in this blog post (the two exceptions being my two covers) are not owned by me, and all rights go to their respected owners.
Like I had mentioned in my previous post, one of my many New Year's resolutions is to blog more. Today, I had just gotten off of work (I worked from two-thirty to eight at Burger King and then from eight-thirty to ten at Arby's), and I wanted to unwind a little before I go to bed. Tomorrow, I begin my second semester of my senior year, something that I am not looking forward to because that means that I won't have as much time to write, edit, and revise. However, I had achieved a few accomplishments, which includes finishing my final draft of Bleeding Misery, getting to page seventy-four in my novel Twisted Ignorance, getting to page twenty-six in my novel Days of Darkness, getting to page fifteen in my novel The Nameless, and finishing the first read-through of Victoria Snow's new novel, The World of Phoenix: V. On top of that, I had worked many long shifts and still found a little bit of time to watch Markiplier and Jaclyn Glenn.
Happy 2015, everybody! I know that this is a rare occurrence for me, posting two posts in such a short time period, but I have some things that I want to talk about. Such topics have been on my mind for a while now, and I feel the need to get them off my chest.
So today, Markiplier uploaded a video where he put together a visual anthology of all his videos of 2014. While the anthology is playing, he talks to his fans about how grateful that he is for the opportunity that we gave him. Here is the video, in case you wish to see it.
I know that I don't really post very many blog updates, mainly because I channel most of my writing and creativity into either my books or school. However, I wanted to write about something a little different today. With the second and final draft of my next novel done, Bleeding Misery, I've been thinking about certain characters that I have created as well as those that have been created by others, namely antagonists. This is a necessary part of any successful novel, whether it is a tangible entity that opposes the protagonist or the protagonist itself. Anyone who knows me knows that I tend to favor antagonists much more than I favor protagonists, and here's why.
THIS POST IS FOR THOSE WHO HAVE VIEWED OR ARE CURRENTLY VIEWING MY AMAZON AUTHOR PAGE.
About The Blog
I've decided to redo this blog after having neglected it for so long because other things got in the way. With that being said, I'm going to start reviewing books on here.
-In This Moment
-Five Finger Death Punch
-Harry Potter (J.K. Rowling)
-Vampire Academy + Bloodlines (Richelle Mead)
-Any Stephen King novel
-Wicked (Nancy Holder +
-Any self-published novel
-1984 (George Orwell)
-Fahrenheit 451 (Ray Bradbury)
-The Hunger Games (Suzanne Collins)
-Divergent (Veronica Roth)
-The Kite Runner (Khaled Hosseini)
-The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
-The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
-Beyond: Two Souls
-The Last of Us
-Any RPG game