@evelynactive 16 hours, 12 minutes ago
@anne_the_noob14 I think it lived a good life while it lasted (:
Thanks for the heads up!
@mayajoelle Yep. (:
@mayajoelle Also great taste of musicals. 😉
@mayajoelle Ashtown Burials are my favorite too, though I adore 100 Cupboards too and it used to hold that special spot in my smol bookworm heart. I think the difference is realizing how unique and quirky Ashtown Burials is (while – in comparison – 100 Cupboards feels a bit more genre-typical, even for it’s N.D. Wilson style of not following the…[Read more]
@the-fledgling-artist Cool idea! I love how you’re taking leadership and thinking of things like this.
Unfortunately I’m not a graphic artist. I just wanted to pop in and give my support. 😉
@mayajoelle Aha, I knew it sounded familiar but I couldn’t think of what it was from. That makes sense though. (:
I’ve only read them once and I remember not liking them a whole lot… that was a while ago however and I’ve been meaning to read them again. I’ll probably like them more now!
Which is your favorite N.D. Wilson book/series?
@mayajoelle Heyo and welcome. Glad to see a familiar face here. (:
I hope your time here on Story Embers is lovely!
(btw love your signature :))
*mumbles something incoherent*
okay okay i’ll come out. 😉
@ariella-newheart That’s fantastic! I’m so glad it worked out.
And I guess the bright side is that you have bragging rights that trump everything “oh yeah i graduated in the great pandemic of 2020 which meant graduating online” 😛
Reminds me of the old saying “when I was a kid we had to go uphill to AND from school” or something like that……[Read more]
*chokes* how dare you ask the question!
*goes and hides in a hole*
@ariella-newheart Oh interesting! I heard that some people were doing that… did it go smoothly? Did it feel sufficient for wrapping up lose ends?
Oh yeah I’m /very/ excited. xD I’ll be planning coffee dates, and museum and hiking trips like every week.
(okay not that often but still pretty often xD)
Ooooh WOW. YOU HAVE TO KEEP ME UPDATED. Is…[Read more]
@eitan How beautiful. I only wish I could do it the justice of being about to read and comprehend it in it’s original language. 🙂
You and your cookies are always welcome. 😉
*flails with you*
@ariella-newheart Wow, congrats on graduating! That’s one huge accomplishment. Did you actually get a ceremony? 😛
What’s new… driving? xD
I finished my driving course over this whole pandemic thingy and now I’m keeping track of hours and am about one fifth of the way to getting my full license. Beyond that, finishing this year of school,…[Read more]
@kimlikesart Very cool! I like chess, but I’ve never actually finished an entire game of Risk. It’s so incredibly looonnng. 😆
Catan is a classic tho. I approve. 😉
@eden-anderson Goodness Eden SOMETIMES YOU ARE TOO SWEET
But tHanKs A tOn AnYwAyS O.o <3 <3
If you insist. 😉
I’ll try. 😆
Noooo stayyyy pleaseee *cries*
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME.
*whispers* and I love your flailing
@emma-starr Awww thanks Emma. THAT IS THE GOAL lol
And boy your book’s theme is so amazing. That’s something that I know a lot of people need. Don’t stop writing it, okay? <3
5,000 words!! CoNgRaTs
*showers you in happy green leaves for confetti*
@kimlikesart Hey hey hey welcome fellow home-schooler! (which funny enough is now becoming not that rare, thanks covid-19 😛 )
I love strategy games! Do you have any favorites?
Madelyn, great questions! With one of my favorite books being written in the 1800’s and being 900+ solid pages long (Bleak House by Charles Dickens, his longest and least read book), I have thought about this and the conclusion I arrived at was that the style of old prose has strengths and values that the style of new prose does not, a…[Read more]
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