Write Write Write! Lindsay!

I am not going to apologize AGAIN FOR FORGETTING TO BLOG.

I have procrastinated my blogging more than anything in the world. I will however, apologize for my previous post. I was at a low point and I just exploded into a post and I took off forever.


I will blog more. I am going to. I am blogging now.

I can do this.

I will see you all very soon. There will be more youtube videos, vlogs and more to come. I love you.

Thank you for reading.

Thank you for your time.




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The Epic Reads Tag

1) If you could invite one author and one of their fictional characters to tea, who would you like to invite and what would you serve them?

Oh gosh, that’s like asking me to decide my fate. I can’t do this. ITS TOO HARD! I’ll do it anyway though. For you guys.

Not to sound like a total weirdo but I would invite Shakespeare and Romeo to discuss Romeo’s life decisions. I mean Romeo come on, he’s a total creep going after Juliet who hasn’t even gone all the way through puberty yet, when he’s still in love with Rosalind? Just a thought, even though Romeo and Juliet is my least favorite Shakespearean play, I would just love to discuss Romeo’s life choices with Shakespeare. It would be quite interesting.

Plus, I wonder if the tea would even taste good? Maybe I should bring them both to my time period. That sounds a heck of a lot more interesting.

2) Which book do you wish the author would write a prequel for?

I agree with you Mia! I have always wanted a prequel for the Maruaders but not just one….two….or three…or seven.

But J.K. Rowling doesn’t have to…it would be nice though…

3)  Which two characters (NOT from the same book) do you think would make a good couple?

Molly Aster from Peter and the Starcatchers(Book)/Peter and the Starcatcher(Play) with the 11th Doctor from Doctor Who. I don’t why, I just ship them really hard.

4) If you ran into your favorite author on the subway and could only say one sentence to them who is it and what would it be?

If I ran into J.K. Rowling on the subway  I’d probably hug her, and tell her how much Harry Potter has changed my life, and then try not to creep her out with my love for her talents.

5) What book made you a reader and why?

I honestly don’t mean to sound like a broken record, but it was Harry Potter then Percy Jackson. I have never stopped reading since then. My friends and I used to play pretend as the characters in Harry Potter and I refused to read the books, until one day I picked up the first one, and I fell in love.

6) Your bookshelf just caught fire. What is the one book you would save?

MY SHAKESPEARE LEXICONS. I CANNOT SURVIVE THEATRE CLASS WITHOUT THEM AH. AND I’D PROBABLY SAVE the things I haven’t read. I wouldn’t just take one. I would risk my arms getting burned just to save more than one book.

7) Which dystopian world would you want to live in and why?

I knew I would regret not reading more than just two dystopian books…

I only read the Divergent series and the Hunger Games series, and for some strange reason I would love to live in the Hunger Games World. The reason why is still sort of a mystery to me, I mean there’s so much death and I’m not a person who would want to be near war and stuff like that. I don’t know maybe it’s because Allegiant sucked so much that I will never want to live in their world.

8) What is your most Epic Read of all time?

Nonfiction: The 5 Essential Steps to Achieving a Fearless Mind and Higher Performance.

I forgot the author’s name and I’m in bed so I’m not going to check yet. Please excuse my laziness. This book taught me many valuable life lessons.

Fiction: The Percy Jackson Series. Those were so epic, and they were my life in sixth grade, my entire existence revolved around that series.

I further nominate-

16 Things Only Theatre Kids Will Understand

1. “I can’t I have rehearsal” is almost your excuse for everything and no one understands how important rehearsal is to you and your cast.

2. You don’t live in New York so you cannot see your favorite Broadway stars in the shows that they are in.

3. Your parents believe that “You’ve already seen too many shows.”

4. SMASH was your favorite NBC show that ever existed and you’re angry that the only reason why they cancelled it was “it was too gay.”

5.  You are always practicing.

6. You are always singing and going over choreography.

7. Shakespeare is either your best friend or your enemy.

8. You don’t understand why Anna Kendrick continues to get roles in musicals when she clearly stated that she is “F***ing tired of singing.”

9. You save every program to every show that you have ever attended to.

10. When you’re home alone you play the full cast of every musical ever written.

11.  It is so rare to find a sexy straight male who can sing and dance and that is why you love Newsies so much.

12.  You and your theatre friends break out into “Cell Block Tango” whenever possible.

13. You are so obsessed with your favorite Broadway actors, however you have only seen them in youtube videos.

14. You have made the mistake of drinking dairy before a show, and it was the worst experience ever.

15. IF you ever see a show you walk out with a strange kind of joy that you can only feel from seeing a show.

16. You still dream of performing on Broadway or West End and you never let anyone get in your way.

As a theatre kid myself, I say to all the dreamers out there. It only gets better, I promise. That’s something I’m trying to believe, but once you believe in yourself the possibilities are endless.

So I Wrote ballad for English Class and here it is.

Personally I think it’s really sucky but tell me what you guys think!

Last summer, a few months ago,

In a place called Cedar City,

I discovered a way to grow,

And ways to be witty.

A camp where we studied Shakespeare

And saw a play each night.

Yet I always had a strange fear

My monologue wasn’t right.

Our coaches, were professionals

Both performing in plays

At the Shakespeare festival,

All the nights and all the days.

My scene coach *name*, reminded me

Of a fictional character,

Handsome and probably too old for me.

Yet I wrote him love letters.

He never played a leading role

I said before he was twenty-three,

But he would always touch my soul

And I knew he could never love me.

As each day went by, we worked hard

With our teachers, and our coaches

And accomplishing with the bard

Until showcase day approaches.

On that stage, I was struck with fear

I thought I was not good enough,

To do this piece and stand up here

Yet I had to be tough.

I performed my piece on that stage,

Thinking “I can do this.”

And I heard a “BRAVO” offstage

A cheer from *first and last name of which I will not reveal*.

The man of my dreams, cheered for me?

Then, I must have been good enough!

But still he doth not love me.

The feeling was both nice and rough.

Although he’ll won’t see me again

Til I return to camp next year,

He gave me advice I’ll retain

And his advice I still hold dear.

“When you fear you won’t get it right,

Think you’re not good enough

Know that someone else has better sight,

Because you are enough.”

All Hail “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1” Trailer


It’s here! It’s finally here! The first official trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 is here!

Which also means we’re almost more than halfway to the end of the series. We know, we know, all the tears.

The trailer itself is definitely a darker look at Katniss and the other rebels, some of whom seem less than enthused to be part of the revolution.

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