I Return! {In which announcements are made, promises are not, and I love GIFS}

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Yes. I’ve been absent for an insanely long time. And yes, it’ll probably happen again in the future. I’m not going to promise to post every week this summer, not even every two weeks. Heck, I might not even get around to it every month.

Why? I’m working as a full time lifeguard this year (Which means seven days a week, with maybe Saturday off. The joy.), and I’ll also be juggling 4-H market sheep, selling one of my horses(Because, honestly, I really don’t have the money to pay 120 dollars a month when I don’t have time to ride and I’m saving for college.) getting my driver’s license, and doing some Algebra that I missed last year and left-over Biology(ugh!) during the summer.

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So therefore, I won’t be posting very much. I’m not going to abandon this blog, but it will slow down immensely during the summer months, and other than the occasional photo shoot, art dump, tag or novel update, you probably won’t see me very much. Consider yourself forewarned.

And now, on a happier note, I’ll tell you about the future of this blog.

  • I will be updating my theme, graphics, font, and name shortly. This blog has changed names… what, four times? But this will be my final change, unless someday I decide to move to an “official” author website completely. Currently, I am working on building an author site that will stay separate from my blog.
  • I am going to clean up a bunch of my old posts, delete some things, add some pages, and update my “About” page. I won’t be deleting anything good, but some of my old posts from when I first started will definitely be going, just to make this site less cluttered and chaotic.
  • Short stories will be added! I’ve written several, and when the time comes, I will be adding them on their own page, so look forward to that!
  • Book reviews–I will now offer my superb literary skills to authors, including an in-depth blog review, Goodreads review, and possibly an amazon review, if I can get the site to work with me. (It really hates me.) So if you’re an author, know an author who wants a book reviewed, or just want me to read something over and give my opinion, comment below. I check this blog more often than my emails, so notify me first on here and then send me the email(I will add a contact form shortly.)
  • A serial story will be coming, as of the start of the school year. This gives me all summer to perfect it and plot, plus I like making you guys wait. (I know, I’m evil. It’s an INTJ thing…) So if you like outlaws princes, telepathic horses, cursed eyes, plagues, mysteries, romance, bandits, Robin Hood, and mysterious swordsman, start counting down the days till school.

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Excited yet? I sure am.

 

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Well, that’s all I’ve got for today. See you next time,

~Sarah

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16 thoughts on “I Return! {In which announcements are made, promises are not, and I love GIFS}

  1. Books to review? Definitely check out anything by Melody Jackson, Miranda Marie, or Wayne Thomas Batson. Ooh! And Chasing Jupiter by Rachel Coker. And if you like short stories I have a set of them published.
    You can find Melody’s blog here: https://melodyjacksonauthor.wordpress.com
    I can’t find/remember Mandy’s, unfortunately, but I’m working on locating it.
    Batson’s is here: http://enterthedoorwithin.blogspot.com
    I can’t find Coker’s, either, because her blog from five years ago says she moved to a new domain and that domain isn’t working, so I don’t know what’s up with that.
    My blog is here: http://rmarcher.com

    Now don’t die of stress. It’s bad for your health.

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  2. First off, Inkdragon is an astounding name and I like it very much. Secondly…. yeesh. Try not to kill yourself this summer. But then, INTJs are very good at not dying from stress, so I assume I can trust in your majestic skill and adroit wit to get you through. I look forward to whatever infrequent posts/upcoming changes you throw our way.

    ~The OTHER Other Sarah

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    • Thank you. I approve of my new title as well.
      Yes, INTJs are very good at not dying from stress. Or sleep deprivation. Or caffeine overdose… My majestic and splendiferous skill will astute see to it that I survive summer in one piece–mostly. I may go insane from sheer boredom of sitting on a plastic chair and staring at the water from five hours a day.

      ~The OTHER Other Other Sarah

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  3. Hello Sarah! I can’t wait for next school year to start! And INTJ evilness is no problem, for me at least. I do it all the time, so I can’t complain when it’s done to me. A book you should totally read and review is Prodigy by Keaton Dillard. I loved it, but I’m also kinda biased because I know him and he’s one of my good friends and classmates. Still. Great book. Anyway, can’t wait until whatever next stuff happens here!

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    • Hey Hope! Prodigy, huh? Could you send me a link to his sight? I’d love to review it for him. ๐Ÿ™‚ I know, I can’t wait either. I’m super excited for my serial story. It’s awesome!!! *fangirls over own story* lol
      ~Sarah

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      • A link to his book? Or to his blog? I’m not totally sure what you mean. His blog is https://starrygoldfern.wordpress.com and the book is on amazon here https://www.amazon.com/Prodigy-Keaton-Dillard-ebook/dp/B077C58X6V/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1524763984&sr=8-1&keywords=prodigy+by+keaton+dillard

        The cool thing is that I got to read it while it was being written, and got to watch it all come together.

        Anyway, do you have any tiny clues you could give me about your story? I’d love to know literally anything that will let me be even more excited about it.

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        • His blog. Thanks!
          Oh, I love reading my friends books that they’re writing. And it’s fun to look back at the 1st drafts once the book is finished and see how much it’s changed.
          Oh, you want spoilers? *leans over and whispers* Well, I can’t say to much, but it’s about a prince who was brought up secretly, under the guise of an aide to his older brother, the future king. He was raised this way because of his eyes–one is blue, and one is gold. This is believed to be some sort of “evil eye” in the prince’s culture, and a curse of misfortune is supposed to follow whoever bears these eyes wherever they go. The only reason he wasn’t banished(aka left to die) as a baby is because of his mother. But when there is an accident that leads to his mother’s accidental death, the prince is blamed, and with his mother not there to protect him, he is banished from the nation, never to return under pain of death. So he runs away, meets some outlaws who aren’t really outlaws, learns of a secret plot in his native home to unleash a plague on the neighboring country(the one he’s in, and has been brought up to believe all the people there are monsters) and becomes somewhat of a dangerous figure–because it’s true, his eyes are somewhat cursed. Cursed to see the truth.

          It sounds a strange… but I’m going to for a story with underlying themes of racism, forgiveness, and love. Hope you enjoy this! I should be posting a few sneak peeks of my novel(Firemaster) soon to. ๐Ÿ˜‰
          ~Sarah

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