Hello there! Thank you for stumbling across my little blog, Imagennblog. This is a place mostly for my writing, although I do type about other things now and then. Mainly I participate in small writing challenges every week.
I live in a pretty uneventful suburb somewhere in Australia and nothing exciting really happens, Imagennblog is a place for me to properly express myself without any boundaries (which is why i’m also anonymous). As it is my dream to become an author one day I believe that blogging on here is a great way to enhance my writing skills to their full potential (whatever that may be). I enjoy both writing and reading most genres so you will find that my pieces will range from dark mysteries to cute love stories and so forth.
Anyways, I really hope you read some of my posts and if you like them please click that little blue button to follow my blog 🙂
Thanks for reading!
Alright, this is my first go at the “100 Word Challenge”, but they look really fun, so here’s my best shot:
Alarm clock. 6:30am.The bed’s other side is bare, Tom must be at work. I groan at the day ahead, and get up. Coffee. I check the time, 7:00am. Creak. Creak. Creak up the stairs. I open Mia and Zach’s room and wake them up.
“Up.” I tell them. “School.”
Cereal is served. Grumbles are quietened. The bus comes by, and the house is empty. Except for me..and my thoughts. Worrying about Tom, the kids, our debt. They yell at me, and I open up the drawer. Pills.
I can’t take them.
It’s a habit.
Hello. In my first blog post I briefly mentioned how I enjoy reading and writing, and so I’m going to be talking about that now to you in a 2-way but actually 1-way conversation.
I have loved reading from a young age (and I still am fairly young, but still.. I mean infant age) but, my first proper series that I ever read was Percy Jackson. I read these in around third grade, so my reading skills weren’t the best, but, I soldiered through them and was captivated by the story of greek mythology being around in today’s society, invisible for everyone but, those who had greek mythology in their blood (except for some weirdly gifted mortals like Percy’s mum and the monsters, but you get my point.)
After I had finished Percy Jackson, I started buying other books- though I stayed in the adventure genre- and soon I was reading other series like the Kane Chronicles, and books by Emily Rodda.They were all pretty much a mix of fantasy and adventure novels and I was in love with reading. I would spend 6 hours straight, on my bed reading a book until I had finished and moved onto the next one (I am still like this today!)
Nowadays, I have branched out of the adventure and fantasy genre and have recently been reading some biographies and drama/romance novels- though I don’t ever forget my adventure roots.
As much as I have loved reading, I have loved writing. Back in Year one and two, I always got really excited when we did “Publishing” (just a weird name for “writing”) and I would write stories about mermaids and castles with princesses and just about anything, that and “Spelling” (self-explanatory name) were my favourite activities.
My passion for writing increased as I grew up at primary school. In year 5, I wrote a (very bad, but at the time I thought was amazing) 52 page novel- though, mind you it was size 16 font (!)- in the genre of fantasy. Writing for me back then and now is all about writing as you go along, when I was writing my Novella I had no clue how it would end, I didn’t even know what would happen in the next chapter! I just made it up as I went along, and I pretty much do the same thing today- except I have a bit more of an idea of what the story will be about!
Now come to think of it, my writing style scarily mirrors how I live my life. I am a horrible procrastinator- right now, I kid you not, I should be starting my science assignment (!)- in everything, and I tend to leave my homework to the last minute (my excuse to my mother is that I always get good grades so it’s fine). I pretty much take things as it comes, though sometimes I need a plan in my head like ‘Tomorrow, I need to do this, this and this..’ but, that is about as far as it gets with me (it also doesn’t help that I have a very poor short-term memory).
At the moment I am into writing and reading dystopian novels, I guess because of how popular they have recently become. My favourite dystopian novel is ACID by Emma Pass. If you are into dystopian and action books, I urge you to check it out.
So, what about you? Comment (I now know that you can definitely comment on blog posts, haha) your favourite books/genre of books down below. I hope you enjoyed reading this longer post. Goodbye, there’ll be another post soon. xx
Hello…this is my second post! Hooray, I’ve made it to post no. 2! But, anyways I needed to address this post towards a very serious topic. THE WEEKEND! Where has it gone? I’m not sure when you are reading this but, for me it is already Sunday, and it’s 7pm! Anyone else feel like this weekend has gone by exceptionally fast?
For me, the weekend is a relief. It means no school (because I go to highschool), no responsibilities, just time for sleeping in, youtube and a good book. Ahh.. I’m literally sighing to myself as I’m writing this- that is how much I love the weekend. I love human society for giving the world two days for relaxing (and I am aware that a lot of people have jobs that they work 7 days a week, which absolutely sucks- but I am just speaking from my own, work-free , weekend experience.)
Probably the main reason why I dislike school so much is because of waking up early. I am 100 percent NOT A MORNING PERSON- sorry I did caps there, I just felt like emphasising the fact that I’m not a morning person, didn’t mean to shout-. I cannot wake up in the mornings, My eyes feel glued shut, and I cannot stop yawning. But, come night time and for hours I lay wide awake looking into the pitch black darkness and thinking “SLEEP ALREADY!” -did mean to yell there. I guess people (or just me) are weird like that.
Anyways, back to the topic at hand- the end of the weekend. I already miss it…is that weird? Is it weird that I already miss the weekend..yet, I am still in the weekend?? I think so.
But, leave a comment (I am pretty sure you can leave comments for blog posts- well at least according to “Girl Online” you can- errgh I am internally groaning at how pathetic I sound.) if you are missing the weekend as well, and also what you like to do on the weekend.
Thanks for reading. There’ll be another blog post up soon.
Hello! Salutations- well, I can’t actually say that because it isn’t morning, but hi; I am someone who wants to be able to be myself without any boundaries, and here is the place to do it. I really doubt that anyone is reading this, but..well..yeah – I really don’t where I was going with this.. but, I really do hope that someone is reading this-and probably internally groaning because of how awkward I must sound.
I don’t know what I am doing to be completely honest with you. This is my first time on the site and already my blogging experience has started on a sour note- I (being stupid) didn’t realise that you had to verify your email before you could publish a post, so this is my second time writing this post (fun fact: originally the title was “Hey! (first ever post)” but, I didn’t think it would be accurate now..)
On my blog, I am going to pretty much write about anything and everything that I feel the need to share with you guys. There will definitely be some posts on youtubers that I like and books (and writing because I really enjoy writing stories), though I believe that mostly this blog will be about my life and my opinions about stuff.
I really hope that this blog experience won’t just become an embarrassing memory that I have a cringe attack (reference to danisnotonfire 😉 ) about in a few months…but, only time will tell! That’s the great thing about destiny, you never know where it will take you. So, anyways I really hope that someone read this and is interested in reading more of my blog posts to come. Goodbye, and look forward to another blog post soon.