Saturday, February 28, 2015

Love a Blogger Saturday #3

Welcome back—it’s time to love a few more bloggers! If you haven’t been here the last few weeks, this is just a post to recognize a few of my favorite bloggers; maybe you know them, maybe you don’t, but I hope you take some time out of your day today to go say hello!




Of Battles, Dragons, and Swords of Adamant

http://ofbattlesdragonsandswordsofadamant.blogspot.com/

Gillian has a beautiful blog design (which is not the most compelling reason to visit but it’s true) and I love her post topics. At the moment she’s hosting a year of giveaways, with each month corresponding to a different theme—it’s super cool! To be perfectly honest, though, my favorite posts come from her Villainy 101 sessions from The Agent. As we all know, I love villains, so that just makes those ideas perfect for me.

I think her most touching posts have been about her car accident and that scrape with death—sometimes we forget how dangerous reality can be.

Gossiping with Dragons

http://imogenelvis.blogspot.com/

Imogen’s blog is awesome. I feel like I’ve been following it forever, which is probably true, actually. Not only are her graphics consistently beautiful, but she always recommends beautiful music, as well. No really, I don’t know how she writes and finds these things, because if I go on Youtube, I never come back. Imogen frequently talks about writing, whether it be creativity (or the lack thereof), poetry, or her own works. I love that she always gives you something to take away without taking too much of your time—concise and convenient.

Also, my best friend and I enjoyed her post about Rules in the Library.

Stori Tori’s Blog

http://storitorigrace.blogspot.com/

Last but not least, we have Madame Victoria from Stori Tori’s blog. And also, it is my understanding that she draws her own stuff, which is super cool. Victoria is very good about posting Wonderful Words, mellifluous music, and different kinds of tea—which I think is rather brave, because even though I usually like tea, teas I don’t like usually make me feel like throwing up. She is way more willing to put unknown flavors in her mouth than I am!

Her most interesting post I’ve read (thus far) discusses diversity and stereotyping white people—I’d certainly be interested to see what you think!


Here ends my Saturdaily post. THANK YOU Gillian, Imogen, and Victoria for blogging—you three are awesome.

Stay tuned next week for a few more awesome bloggers!

Are you familiar with these blogs? Are you about to make yourself familiar? Who do you want to thank this week for being an awesome blogger?

16 comments :

  1. I've been reading Gossiping with the Dragon for sometime it's really interesting and yeah posts cool music :D
    I loved the cover of Hurt she posted recently!
    Don't know the other two checking out their blog (Will help next week they'll be my new blog for a day :P)

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    1. Imogen certainly posts some enchanting pieces, no? I haven't gotten to Hurt recently (I've been procrastinating blog posts I know I'll enjoy.)

      You'll have to tell me how you feel about the other blogs, soon! :D

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    2. I was awestruck when I saw Tori's blog it was just so cool..I post comics as well on my blog so I know how difficult it is to make digital art and she has done such an amazing job of it just wow :D

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    3. :D Absolutely! You ought to go tell her! :)

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  2. I KNOW ALL THESE BLOGS.

    That is all xD

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  3. I recognize all of these blogs, which makes me supremely happy. I always laugh at Gillian's villain and hero posts, I love Imogen's writing posts, and even though I really don't drink tea that much, Victoria's tea reviews are my favorite posts to read on her blog.

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    1. They're all great posts, aren't they? I think that it's a sign of a good blogger if you can always anticipate coming back for more, even if the subject matter doesn't necessarily apply to you in the immediate. And that's good!

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  4. Thanks for doing this post. I'd love to go read these new blogs and it is a great way to meet new bloggers!

    Have a super, fantastic, awesome, splendid, amazing day!
    ~Eliza @ elizamcfarlish.weebly.com

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    1. Haha, I hope that you enjoy what you find! :D

      Have a spectacular day yourself! :D

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  5. I've only seen one of these, and that's Imogen's! In fact it was from her which I found your blog. I shall always be thankful to her for the amazing music, writing advice and blogs and sends our way:)

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    1. Really? That's awesome. Imogen has an awesome blog, and I absolutely agree—she writes the awesomest, most useful stuff, and I love getting to add everything to my repertoire.

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  6. Thanks so much for featuring me this week. You made my day! Haha, and I honestly spend way too much time on YouTube listening to music. The good thing is that I listen to all the music while I'm writing, so I manage to multitask sometimes. I'm a follower of Gillian's blog already, but I'm not familiar with Tori's blog. I think I'll have to hop over and take a look!

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    1. Of course! I know the feeling of a Youtube addiction, but you're right; it's good that we can use music to help us get work done and multitask. Even if the videos make us want to watch. You'll have to tell me what you think of Stori Tori's stuff—something you'll follow?

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  7. I know Imogen's 'Gossiping with Dragons' but not the other two. They sound interesting! My blog list is already so long, but I can't help exploring new ones. :) Good post.

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    1. I hope you like what you find! Isn't Imogen awesome?

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