7.- Melody

May. 2nd, 2017 11:40 am
awinterbornrose: (Thrandy)
And here we go, as usual, my snark/commentary is in purple.

Attraction.
 
Not the same thing as love, but tied up in it inextricably.

 
Edward, you are already in love with Bella, and the attraction you feel is to her bacon scent. After all, you did say she was “interesting” looking. Also, attraction and love aren't tied up.

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awinterbornrose: (Purple Moon)
And here we go again, good news tho, we're halfway in the book, so yay. As usual, snark in purple.

Not Mike Newton’s eyes, because I couldn’t stand any more of his offensive fantasies, and not Jessica Stanley’s, because her resentment towards Bella made me angry in a way that was not safe for the pretty girl.

 
On Mike: Teenager have hormones, teenager have fantasies. Get the fuck over it, I refuse to believe in all the years that Edward’s been alive he hasn’t “seen” any fantasies… oh wait, my bad. None of those involved Bella.
 

On Jessica: Edward, thoughts and actions are two very different things. Learn to know how to make a difference on that.


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awinterbornrose: (Lady)
And onward we go! As usual, snark and commentary in purple.


High school. Purgatory no longer, it was now purely hell. Torment and fire…yes, I had both.

 
Dear Meyer, would you kindly stfu about high school= purgatory/hell? It’s annoying, and your miserable attempt of making a martyr out of Edward is failing miserably. Also, he could drop classes.


 
 
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awinterbornrose: (Tony)
And here we go again, good news, it's a small chapter this one. As per usual, my snark & commentary is in purple.

Like a stalker. An obsessed stalker. An obsessed vampire stalker.

 
And here, ladies and gentlemen is when the downward spiral begins. Brace yourselves and fetch your liquor of choice.


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awinterbornrose: (Six)
And on we go with chapter 3, as per usual my snark and commentary is in purple.

"I didn't like feeling a coward," I admitted.

No, the whole issue does not reduce itself at Edward being a coward. But, he is already 'intrigued' with her scent.


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awinterbornrose: (Carrie)
And here you go everybody, second chapter from hell. As usual, my snark is in purple.

The obstruction was a face, just an unremarkable human face, but I couldn’t quite seem to banish it from my mind.
 

While this quote is completely unremarkable, for me, it signals the obsession he'd develop on Bella. And yes, I'm not afraid to call it obsession.

 
Her thoughts were chagrined.
 

Ah and there it is, Meyer's favorite word.
 


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awinterbornrose: (Cassian)
And so, we begin our snark of "Midnight Sun", the book has Edward's point of view - which is nightmarish enough. But luckily, it's only 12 chapters since Meyer threw a hissy fit and didn't finished it. Word to the wise, good luck my friend and good speed when reading.

My snarkery and commentary is in purple. White is actual quotes.

High School. Or was purgatory the right word? If there was any way to atone for my sins, this ought to count toward the tally in some measure.

No. You listen to me you little shit. High school is in no way whatsoever a way to atone your sins. You killed people. You went on a vigilante inspired kills, so excuse me while I don't see it as a way to atone your sins. In fact, nothing and I repeat NOTHING you do comes even close to atoning your sins.
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So...

Apr. 14th, 2017 04:57 pm
awinterbornrose: (Tony2)
 I was thinking of reposting my "Midnight Sun" snarkery here, but am unsure if I should go ahead and do it. Why? Because the older I get, the more horrified I am at this particular "book"  - ok I'm horrified at the whole series (not a Saga), but Midnight Sun takes the cake thanks to Edward. Seriously, being in his head is unpleasant, but then again, Bella is equally as terrible.

So drop a note if you'd be interested in reading it, to know if I should go ahead and post them again.
awinterbornrose: (Lady)
 This is a recipe that I developed after craving something sweet and with banana flavor that wasn't bread. I hope you all enjoy!

Ingredients:


2 1/2 liquid cups banana puree
1/2 cup vegetable oil 
3 cups of oats 
1 1/2 cup unsweetened shredded coconut
1 1/2 cups unsweetened dried cranberries
1  cups raisins
1 cup dried cranberries 

How you do it:

1.- Pre-heat the oven at 350 (175 for some).
2.- In a bowl, add the oats and the oil, mix and add the coconut, cranberries and raisins. Mix well add the banana puree and mix until everything is incorporated.
3.- Let the mix rest for 15-20 minutes.
4.- Pour into mold and make sure all is leveled. If baking in pie or 8x8, bake for 35 minutes rotating halfway through baking. If baking cookies, bake for 10-14 minutes rotating halfway through baking until golden. They will not run or extend.
5.- Let cool, enjoy.

 
awinterbornrose: (Purple Moon)
 I have to confess that I'm a little annoyed.

I found the draft for an old children's story today, and it's about a princess and a talking dragon. What frustrates me is, that before all this crap (and by that I mean my migraines) happened, I used to write a lot, a HELL of a lot more than I do now. And now, it just feels like I barely remember what I do in the day, and barely coming up with little drabbles here and there.

It's incredibly annoying. I miss my old brain, I miss to be able to write without having to overthink, I miss not needing a prompt table or a list, I miss creating as freely as I used to do, I miss not struggling to write 500 words. I just... I don't know, I feel like crap.

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