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  • Kaia Wishing you all the best for you at your job <3
    May 18, 2024

    RavenAkuma Lol, been there! Chin up, you'll be great! Best of luck! :D
    May 18, 2024

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  • I need to stop saying the first thing that graces my brain.

  • Thanks for the follow back.

  • I tried to give my cat a belly rub, but he was not having it. He jumped up and bolted away into the other room. It seems I committed a major faux-paw.

    Ley *gasp*
    Apr 29, 2024

  • Whomever put my poem from 2018 in the Literary Spotlight; thank you, but why.

  • herbalhour
    Apr 25, 2024

    hey horisun! could i use some of your lines from your napo thread for a poem?

    Horisun Of course! I only wrote one poem this month, but I hope it’s still helpful, lol
    Apr 25, 2024

  • IrisTheGreat
    Apr 11, 2024

    Hi! I'm new to this site and I'm just looking around at people's profiles hehe ntmy!

    Horisun Welcome to the site! It’s nice to meet you, too!
    Apr 11, 2024

    IntrovertedArtist Welcome to the site! Im a work of art so call me Art or Artie!
    Apr 17, 2024

  • Things are looking quite bananas 'round these here parts.

    Avian I think you need a banana avatar
    Apr 1, 2024

    Horisun I think I'm already ahead of the curb on that one. Minions are practically just banana's, right? In the same way the moon is constructed of cheese?
    Apr 1, 2024

  • Ley me once a week at this point
    Mar 30, 2024

  • I’m really considering doing #NaPo this year. Feeling rather poetical, lol

    Kaia Do it!
    Mar 29, 2024

    EllieMae I really hope you do :D
    Mar 29, 2024

  • It's a really terrible sign when I make tea to drink while I write, but by the time I finish the cup, I haven't written a word. Do I put the kettle back on the stove, thus setting me on a path to more possible distractions, or do I make do with the dregs of leaves and honey?

    LuminescentAnt Option C: Use a straw and make a really big batch of tea
    Mar 25, 2024

  • New Club Alert

    This idea has been knocking around in my brain for months, and I'm really excited about it! Below is a quick explanation; if it sounds interesting to you at all, I'd love if you could check it out!

    Spoiler! :

    Horisun wrote:Welcome to The Green Room Book Club!

    A large portion of the Green Room is made up of ongoing novels by our site's members, (as of this post, there are more than 80 works classified as chapters in the Green Room, and over 20 unique narratives), this book club is made with the goal of incentivizing more reviews on those ongoing works.

    So How Will This Work?

    Once a month, we will feature an ongoing novel randomly selected based on volunteers from the Green Room. (If you would like your novel to be featured, message me, @Horisun, and I'll add you to the list.) In order to qualify, you must have more than ten parts currently published on the site, and at least one of them has to be in the Green Room at the time of you volunteering it to be featured.

    On the first of each month, we will announce which project is being featured. Members of the club then have the next four weeks to do as many (non-spam! reviews on the selected work as they can. Check out alliyah's article from Knowledge Base on Review Spam, if you haven't already -> Avoiding Review Spam

    The winner of this challenge will receive *600 points in addition to whatever they receive from reviewing literary works. Any member of this club who did at least one review on the featured work will receive another 50 points.

    Also! If the author of the featured work is amiable, we will take a page out the book of English teachers across the globe and do a "pop quiz" on the work. The winner of which will receive another 100 points.

    (*this number is liable to fluctuate between months while I figure out what works and what doesn't. I will make a post each month if changes to the above figures occur.)

    Additional Notes

    -If you've already left a review, or several reviews, on the featured work, those will not count towards your total number of reviews for the month.

    -Only those subscribed to the club will be eligible to win points or participate in Kahoot's.

    -Spam reviews will not count towards your review total.

    -The featured book will (hopefully, so long as people are interested,) be announced on the first!

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    OrabellaAvenue Ooh! *joins immediately*
    Mar 20, 2024

    RavenAkuma Sounds interesting! Great idea! :D
    Mar 21, 2024

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    Horisun Thank you for the delivery! <3
    Mar 21, 2024

  • SkyVibes On the top shelf you have a couple books to the left and one starts with heir to the. I’ve seen that books a lot. Is it worth the read?
    Mar 10, 2024

    Horisun The Throne of Glass series? It's been a while since I last read it, (before I joined this site, I think!) but I remember quite liking it! I especially dug its prequel, The Assassin's Blade. I never finished the series due to a combination of 1. The prose not being the greatest, and 2. the story losing the plot a little.

    It's definitely a fun, easy read with likable characters and a neat story. I might not recommend it to anyone now, but I know that a lot of people really adore it! (even if I'm probably not one of them, lol)

    I also read Sarah J. Maas's other series, A Court of Thorn's and Roses, which I can say with certainty was not my cup of tea. Where I really enjoyed the characters in the former series, I could not stand them in the latter. Like I said, though, I was still in elementary school when I read these books, and haven't read them since, so my memory might be a little iffy.

    Mar 10, 2024

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