LazyPost: A History Lesson from John Green

I’m in the midst of approximately 12,000,000,000 things at the moment, so here you go:

Happy reading.

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LazyPost: An Introduction to Tumblr

Hey, readers.

I do apologize for using the LazyPost so relatively often lately, but I can’t help it.  As the school year wraps up and projects must be completed and finals studied for, I’ll probably be using this thing a bunch more times.  So it goes.

Anyway, I came across this neat site a couple of days ago.  I haven’t been able to go through a lot of it yet, but from what I have seen it’s got pretty much all the road blocks we writers run into.  So go check it out!

It strikes me that a link isn’t much of a post, even a lazy one.

But this is my blog, so I don’t care.

Happy reading.

LazyPost: John Green in Amsterdam

Readers, it is once again time to implement the LazyPost, in which I post something quick, easy, and not necessarily related to books because I’m busy with other things.

This is a video of John Green doing a talk-type-thingy in Amsterdam recently for The Fault in Our Stars.

Yes, I am still obsessed with the book.  Readers who have been with me for a while will know that I used to constantly nag them to read The Hunger Games if they didn’t already.  Well, now I’m nagging you to read TFiOS (which is what the title is often shortened to).

Please read TFiOS.

Okay, here’s the video, courtesy of Booksandquills on YouTube, who also did an awesome Dutch pronunciation guide video for the book.

WARNING: SPOILERS!

Happy Easter, and

Happy reading.

LazyPost: Interview with Veronica Roth

This is the first in a series that I will call LazyPosts, in which for some reason I’m unavailable to write a normal post for you, and so in its place I will post something short but entertaining.  Today I’m all booked up with multiple school projects that I really need to start.  So, I give you this awesome video I found in which Veronica Roth talks about the writing process, among other things:

Don’t worry, my dear readers; the LazyPost will not be used often.  This is a rare exception to the rule of my usual book-nerdy posts.  Next week we shall return to our regularly scheduled blogging.

Happy reading!