Saturday is upon us once more and today I have decided to share with you a gorgeous photo I took a month or two back. The profile photo for my Instagram page, writeyourdestinyw is actually this image. I hope you enjoy and have a wonderful weekend!
It has been forever since I have posted and I am sorry for that. I have been so busy these past few months. Posting has been rough along with reading but here I am ready to renew consistent blogging. I am excited to begin this but first I would like to thank all of my followers for I just hit my two year blog anniversary about a month ago!
Beyond that, I would like to announce that I officially have an Instagram for this blog. The account is called writeyourdestinyw and I will use it to post updates about what I am reading, fun book edits and images, along with news about release dates and cover reveals for all those books we can’t wait to read. Have a wonderful Saturday and I hope to see you on Instagram.
Another week has passed and Saturday is once again here. This week I have decided to share with you the last book I read, the book I am currently reading, and the book I am planning on reading next. I have a feeling that this is going to be harder than I planned on for I almost never know what book I want to read next and the book I read today soon falls into the past.
I last read Carrie by Stephen King.
I am currently reading Never-Contented Things by Sarah Porter.
I plan on reading Night Fights by Ian McQue.
What are you currently reading? Let me know in the comments.
Sharing Saturday is here and today I have decided to share with you a short story that I recently read and would recommend to all of you. This short story is generally believed to be an allegorical expression for a problem that is unsolvable. The Lady, or the Tiger? by Frank R. Stockton was an intriguing story that I would simply suggest all read. Below is the first paragraph of this four-page story.
In the very olden time there lived a semi-barbaric king, whose ideas, though somewhat polished and sharpened by the progressiveness of distant Latin neighbors, were still large, florid, and untrammeled, as became the half of him which was barbaric. He was a man of exuberant fancy, and, withal, of an authority so irresistible that, at his will, he turned his varied fancies into facts. He was greatly given to self-communing, and, when he and himself agreed upon anything, the thing was done. When every member of his domestic and political systems moved smoothly in its appointed course, his nature was bland and genial; but, whenever there was a little hitch, and some of his orbs got out of their orbits, he was blander and more genial still, for nothing pleased him so much as to make the crooked straight and crush down uneven places.