Wow … I can’t believe we’re already at day 4! Only one day to go! Well, I’ve got some sad news. This is our smallest day due to some problems people (including me!) had that made us have to do some re-scheduling! Oh, well. I deserve it for totally forgetting about 9/11.
Everyone: *posting pictures saying ‘Don’t Forget’* Me: Don’t forget what?
Such a great American …
Anyway … time for Day 4!
(which has changed)
Thursday (the 8th):
Lana (The Music of Words) ~ author and character interview
Faith Potts (Stories by Firefly) ~ review, book spotlight
Aardvark Magazine (Aardvark) ~ author interview, book spotlight
Friday (the 9th):
Jesseca Wheaton (Whimsical Writings) ~ review, book spotlight
April McLauren (April Dreams) ~ author and character interview, book spotlight
Alyssa (Writing Anyone) ~ review
Saturday (the 10th):
Lily (Living By Chapters) ~ review, author and character interview
Grace (The Girl Upstairs) ~ author interview, book spotlight
Selene Silver (Hearth) ~ review, character interview, book spotlight
Katrina (Katrina Creative) ~ author interview
Sunday (the 11th):
Angela R. Watts (The Peculiar Messenger) ~ review, author interview
Daisy Ferrell (Happy Days with Anonymous A) ~ character interview
Monday (the 12th):
Morgan Dusky (Studies in Character) ~ author/character interview
Willowy Whisper (http://willowywhisper.com/) ~ book spotlight
J.C. Buchanan (Beyond the Amethyst) ~ review
Kate Willis (Once Upon an Ordinary) ~ author interview
Allie Taylor (Another World) ~ author/character interview?
So, for today’s vlog, I decided to read you a poem I wrote (which felt very Troy-ish to me for some reason … though I admit I can’t see Troy writing poetry). I then proceed to ramble.
This is the worst vlog ever. *sigh* But I honestly don’t have time to shoot another one today! *curses soccer*
Fall Once Again
Kellyn Roth, 9/9/16
I’m sorry to continue this poetry oration
But some things deserve a standing ovation
For a poet’s best subject, of course, is the seasons
For hundreds and thousands and millions of reasons.
So I with my pen and my autumnish rhymes
Come up on the stage to take more of your time
And if you should yawn, please don’t let me know
I’ll try to read fast, unless I read slow.
You see in September the world gets quite cold
And then in October it’s turning quite gold
By November the whole season’s gotten quite old
Now I think that story is finally quite told.
Your thoughts? Oh, and I promise there’s gonna be a fun vlog post tomorrow! 😀