Hello! This is also a blog (omg I did it again!!!). Honestly, I’m going into this wondering if I can even top the utter radiance of the last blog in this series. But you never know until you try. In fact, that’s gonna be the theme for this one! You never know until you try. That’s definitely a completely original theme and the only blog with that theme ever.
So. Paragraph two, blog two. You’re really here for another one. I’m so proud of you! You know what? This time! I’m not going to be mean in the second paragraph! Trying something new! You should also try something new! Something small or simple, like listening to a new song that you haven’t heard before, or starting a new book. Maybe, and this is the one I recommend, reading all the way to the end of this blog. Just get out there and try something new for once!
Alright. So something new I’ve tried recently is a fruit called a Rambutan. They look a little funny, but they taste pretty good. They taste a little bit like grapes, kind of? Not really, but just a little bit. It’s weird. They’re so good though. I’m getting well adjusted to dorm life so far. It’s been nice being able to see friends every day again, and also hang out with them after school. I hope that the connections I make with people here will last a lifetime.
I have a big project now. I’m not going to give anything away, but it’s in the style of a lot of Rick Riordan’s works. I recently finished the first draft for chapter 1, and I’m hoping to get a chance to workshop it soon. Even if I can’t workshop it, I have a good idea on what I need to look back on and alter once I complete the first draft of the entire story.
It’s fascinating though, isn’t it? How one sentence can make you change your entire introduction to a story, or how you realize you can implement foreshadowing in places. That’s what I love so much about writing as an artform. It’s so fluid, you can go back and change your mind on anything without having to restart completely. You can create worlds with entire histories and expand upon them, or create a moment, just an instant in someone’s life. Oh boy. Now I understand how some writers get god complexes.
Well, I suppose I should stick to the topic I mentioned earlier. You know, try something new! I doubt you’ve forgotten. These few minutes have been days for me. I’m just reminding myself, in this blog, what my theme is before I get off track. Honestly, I think I’ve about reached an endpoint for this one. I don’t want it to run as long as the last one.
Alright! Okay! Listen, you! Yeah, I’m talking to you! The reader! Let’s try something new. Yeah, sticking to my prompt, I know. Amazing isn’t it? I’ve been pondering this idea for a while, and I’m going to implement it. Though, you’re going to have to find out what it is on your own. Come on, It’ll be fun. You get to read and comment on every single blog I write, and I get to be motivated to continue my little plan! It’s a win-win!
Alright, so with that announcement, I suppose I should end this one off. It’s a week early, the first blog posted today. I wish you the best of luck in figuring this out. Oh, by the way, this challenge is for classmates only. I won’t tell any of you what my plan is either. Only Literary Arts Juniors can participate, and well, Seniors too… I guess. The prize is, for whoever figures it out, a spot as a character in the story I’m writing, and the ability to plan out your character arcs. Doesn’t that sound fun? I’m sure it does. Well, best of luck, all of you!
Oh, quick question. Are you sure this was a blog?