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FIRST BP POST!

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Hi guys!

I'm doing my first BP post from my novella that I will be working on for July Camp NaNoWriMo.


I will be doing it for my main character Cassandra.


Sky at Further Up and Further In and Cait at Paper Fury host this link up. Check them out!!







1. What is their favorite place they've ever visited?
Cassandra with her mom and dad rented a beach house in South Carolina each summer up until she was 8. After that, it was too sad to go. 

2. What's one mistake they made that they learned from?
Never trust a new kid at school with a paper bag he asks you to look inside. All she saw for hours was glitter. 
3. What was their favorite subject in school? Or favorite thing to learn about?
Cassandra's favorite subjects are music and literature class. 

4. What is their favorite flower/growing thing?
Cassandra loves peonies. 
5. Have they made someone cry? What happened?
Not really with sadness. She and her best friend Lily often make themselves cry with laughter though.

6. Would you cons…

New Look and a Tag!

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Hey guys!


So I have a new look and a new name. The Singing Writer seemed to capture more of me.

So the Sunshine Blogger Award!

Catherine over at the Rebelling Muse tagged me for this. Her post is HERE





1. How did you come up with your blog name?
Haha that's funny. Since I just changed it. The Singing Writer captured who I am. I sing and I write!
(Ba dum hss)

2. What is your favorite Work in Progress?
My novella. I haven't titled it yet. I hope to get a good chunk of it done this July Camp NaNoWriMo. 


3. Favorite hair color on a guy?
Black. I really like black hair. 

4. Do you have a motto or a favorite phrase?
Not really. 

5. It's sunny outside. What would you be doing?
Reading. Or singing. Or reading and singing. 

6. If you had to pick one time period to travel to, which would it be?
The early 1800's. I really like the style and the old-fashionness of it all. 

7. Let's say you could pick any car to drive around forever. What would it be?
A Camaro. I like the look of that …

The Mystery Blogger Award

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Hey guys!

Mary Kate over at Sarcastic Scribblings nominated me for this tag. Check out her post HERE





(I really like this tag. Make me feel mysterious *lifts eyebrows*)


The rules are: Put the award/logo image on your blog List the rules Mention who nominated you Mention the creator and link to their blog Tell the readers three things about yourself Nominate some people Ask your nominees five questions


The creator of this tag is Okoto Enigma. You can find her blog here

Three Things About Me
1. I am smack dab in the middle of an ENFP and an INFP
2. I sing in the shower (very loudly, I might add, my family will bear witness)
3. I am a fast reader. (I've scared people with how fast I read)


Mary Kate's Questions
1. Favorite Book Character?
Ugh, you knew it was my weakness to get asked this question cause I can never make up my mind!!!

Annabeth Chase from the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series by Rick Riordan (btw check out his blog here)
Honorable Mentions
Cammie Morgan from the Galla…

The Liebster Blog Award!

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Hello All!

Catherine over at The Rebelling Muse nominated me for the Liebster Award! Check out her post HERE



The rules are:

Link back to the person who nominated you
Answer the eleven questions
Tag eleven bloggers and let them know
Ask your tagged bloggers eleven questions







1. What is your favorite type of weather?
Lightly raining. My inner Anne Shirley comes out in that weather.


2.What is your favorite music genre?
Just one? Just one! *sigh* MUSCIALS!


3.Hard candy or gummy candy?
Both


4. What is your favorite color?
Sea green

5. Tolkien or C.S. Lewis?
C.S. Lewis

6. What is your favorite period drama film?
Pride and Prejudice 2005

7. Do you have a carefree or work-filled summer ahead?
Is it possible to have both?

8. If you could chose any country to go, where would it be?
Ireland!

9. Would you rather go by horse-drawn wagon, boat, plane, or train?
Horse-drawn wagon. (it would make me feel like a fancy lady)


 10. What is your favorite sea animal?
Dolphins


11. What do you pull out of the fridge wh…

The Writing Tag!

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Hello all!

The wonderful Catherine over at the Rebelling Muse tagged me. Check out her post HERE






1. What genres, styles and topics do you write about?

When I was younger, I wrote a couple of short stories set in a fantasy world. My novella that I'm writing now, is set in the modern world. I like writing in the contemporary genre the best.
First person is the style I write best in. I tried experimenting with third person but I didn't like the result.
Topics. Romance and Humor are really the only ones.


2. For how long have you been writing?
I wrote short stories from the age of 8 to 10.  I started to write songs in November 2015 and have been writing those since. And I just started to write a novella.


3. Why do you write?
I write to get all the cooped up feelings inside of me some air.

4. When is the best time to write?
I like writing at nighttime. Something about the darkness and the peacefulness of it just makes me feel so inspired to write.

5. What are the parts of writing y…

Update

Hey guys...

Sorry. I know I haven't really been posting on this blog lately. Life has gotten in the way.

Also, I have been participating in Camp NaNoWriMo for this month.

I'm trying my hand at writing a novella which is going great!

Just kidding. Writing a novella is a lot harder than I thought. I will keep you guys updated more as I continue. Hopefully I will finish it at the end of April but I doubt it.


-Lilah

My Writing Process

Greetings and Salutations!
(I always wanted to use that)

My writing style is probably the weirdest one out there. So here is a look inside my mind for a little bit (ignore all the craziness, I was born with that)


Usually at 2am or 3am, my brain decides to wake me up with an idea for a song. (which does wonders for my sleep pattern)

(I feel like there is too many parentheses)


First, I start out with figuring out the chorus
Then, I write the verses and
Finally I figure out the bridge.


When I write, I hum what I want the song to sound like. Hopefully, when I finally set them to music, they will sound better.


-Lilah