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Anonymous said: What kind of books would you recommend? Any genre is fine. 😌

In no particular order, these are my favourite novels and series:

The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - Stieg Larsson
City of Bones - Cassandra Clare
The Lover’s Dictionary - David Levithan
Legend - Marie Lu
Eleanor and Park - Rainbow Rowell
The Longest Ride - Nicholas Sparks
The Fifth Wave - Rick Yancey
Divergent - Veronica Roth
Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl - Harriet Jacobs
Tuesdays With Morrie - Mitch Albom
For One More Day - Mitch Albom
The Time Keeper - Mitch Albom
The Fault in Our Stars - John Green
Unfinished Business - Nora Roberts
Thrill Ride - Rachel Hawthorne
Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow - Jessica Day George
Cirque Du Freak - Darren Shan
A Farewell To Arms - Ernest Hemingway
The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Giver - Lois Lowry
My Name Is Memory - Ann Brashares
Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen
Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte
Romeo and Juliet - William Shakespeare
Macbeth - William Shakespeare
The Kite Runner - Khaled Housseini
Letters To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before - Jenny Han
Sold - Patricia McCormick
I Wrote This For You - pleasefindthis
Beautiful Player - Christina Lauren
The Lords of Discipline - Pat Conroy

There’s some more but this seems long enough haha recommend me your favorites! :)

xo

Anonymous said: does high school grades matter?

It does for getting into college but I played around in high school too much so I didn’t have the best grades. I grew up loving school to hating school until college, sophomore year. That’s when I realized how important education was and mattered a lot to me. My parents weren’t too strict on me growing up so I never had to showed them my report card but I tried to do my best just incase so I wouldn’t get in trouble. Now, in college I get the grades I aim for, for myself. I want to get As because I enjoy my classes and because it matters to me. It took me a while to realize how important education is but I’m glad I did before it was too late.

xo

"I am afraid to love but I want to be loved back."

I wanted to say
I love you.

I used to always ask my best friends
how they knew when they were in love
but with you,
I just somehow knew
and now I understand what it means
to wish to drown someone
yet save them at the same time.

I wanted to say it out loud
but I didn’t want you to think I was crazy
and I didn’t want to give you even more power
control me
when you are on your way
to owning me.

If love is the answer, what is the question?” // M.D.L

Anonymous said: I sometimes feel like I keep falling behind because of my laziness and I want to get out of this rut so badly but then... i just end up being too lazy to get out. It makes me feel like crap about myself every time. What should I do?

Stop being lazy. If you really want to achieve something, you must go out and get it. You must work for it!

xo

Anonymous said: What jobs can someone who majors in English and minors in Criminal Justice get? I think that's what I want to do but I'm not sure

Haha not exactly sure even though that is what I’m doing but you can always do law school or the police force, detective work, and etc. As for English, it’s a pretty versatile major because being able to write and communicate efficiently is a very important skill so jobs include office work, advertising, editing, publishing, media, public relations, and more! It’s not just about finding a job that will accept your major and minor, it’s finding a career you love with your degree.

xo

Anonymous said: Any advice on high school for freshman?

Befriends with the people who will love you for being you and don’t ever change to try to fit into a clique!

xo

Anonymous said: Any good fall books you can recommend or at least books that you love reading in fall or winter?

I don’t usually reread books because I love reading new ones but during the winter, I love reading winter/Christmas themed romance haha like short reads. This Autumn and Winter I have a long list of books to read including: Fangirl, City of Heavenly Fire, Attachments, Paper Towns, An Abundance of Katherines, Gone Girl, To Kill A Mockingbird, Room, and there’s a lot more! I can’t wait to be home with my candles and snuggling up with a good novel while there’s snow outside haha :)

xo

Anonymous said: I've been contemplating suicide and I can't stop all the thoughts running and the ache of my head. I just want it to be over. can you write something beautiful for me to focus on?

http://mingdliu.com/post/75020025496/hi-my-dearest-and-most-beautiful-followers

I love you and stay strong!

xo

Anonymous said: Is being an English Major hard? What does it entail?

Somewhat, there’s no midterms or finals, just papers which is what I’m better at. It was difficult last semester because I decided to take five English classes at once but if you take a couple, it won’t be as bad because you won’t be loaded with work. It’s a lot of reading, at least five/six books a month with papers and discussions. Some can be harder than the rest, depending on the professors. But it’s enjoyable if you really like the subject and what you’re learning :)

xo

Anonymous said: So how are things with you and the bartender ;)

There was no fire tbh haha

xo

Anonymous said: How do you feel about majoring in English? Do you find it beneficial when it comes to writing? Obviously you like reading, but do you find the classes helpful? I am currently considering ad English major, but I just don't know what to do....

Honestly, I wanted to major in Creative Writing but I felt like English was more versatile so I went with that. They always say reading will make your writing better and I guess that’s true to some extent, but in some literature professors try to tell you that that is the proper way or that’s what considered “good work” and I don’t believe that because I think each one is different. I love most of my classes, but since I take so many English classes I feel as if I don’t have time to enjoy the books I read because it’s going so fast. Some books we read are boring to me, others aren’t but I do like being an English major because it’s what I enjoy and am comfortable with.

xo

Anonymous said: Hey I just wanted to tell you that I LOVE your poetry. I love how you put feelings into words and how you describe things and tell stories. And I thought you should know that. You are very talented and beautiful both inside and out.

Hey! I just wanted to thank you for writing this to me, it means the world to me and it gives me so much hope to continue. I love you to the moon and back.

xo

Anonymous said: Are there any other writing blogs that you'd recommend to those searching for more?

I get this a lot so I guess it’s time for me to round up a list haha I don’t follow many writing blogs for certain reasons but here are some of my favourites that I do follow (in no particular order): mimickingmaelstroms, delicatepoetry, s-k-e-t-c-h-e-d, thedlbldee, inkskinned, stolenwine, drizzlelullaby, forpoetry, and I know there’s more, I just don’t remember the urls :3

xo

Anonymous said: It's so funny how I can't even be a normal human being without fucking up. I can't shave my legs, get a glass of water, eat, or get dressed without causing a catastrophe. I accidentally slit open my skin, drop cups and break glass, choke or throw up, and dress "too skimpy" or "like a prude". They say that I can't be myself without being a mess.

Oh, but you are not alone. If we were all “perfect” without any accidents, no messes, where would the fun be? We would all be the same. Be yourself and who cares what they say. Wear what you want and be comfortable in your own skin. They’re not the one in your outfit. Besides, cutting yourself while shaving and breaking things aren’t out of line. You are not a mess, you are a perfectly normal human being. Don’t ever think that there’s something wrong with being who you are.

xo

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