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Day 2 of Inspirits-only 12 days of Christmas Challenge : Two Favorite Songs or MVs

( 1 / 2 ) Love Letter 

I couldn’t tell you my trembling heart
So I wrote my heart in a letter
So I can tell you how I feel

I know the game is coming in late 2017 and all but apparently this is a roster “leak” that came out a couple of days.
I will take this with a grain of salt until official words from Capcom are out… but still… I shall partake in asking…
WHERE THE FUCK IS SHE?

Originally posted by kazucrash

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Must Read YA Novels

Since last year (2014), I’ve been obsessed with YA Novels. Therefore, I decided to make a list of the ones I read last year and consider a “must read”. They are beautiful stories about love, friendship, family, hope, overcoming all odds, and fighting for what you want. There isn’t a single novel in this list that didn’t touch my heart and inspired me in a million different ways. Here you go!

Looking for Alaska - John Green

The Fault in Our Stars - John Green

Paper Towns - John Green

If I Stay - Gayle Forman

Where She Went (“If I Stay” sequel) - Gayle Forman

Love, Rosie (Where Rainbows End) - Cecilia Ahern

Before I Fall - Lauren Oliver

We Were Liars - E. Lockhart

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before - Jenny Han

The Infinite Moment of Us - Lauren Myracle

First Comes Love - Katie Kacvinsky  

Second Chance (“First Comes Love” book 2) - Katie Kacvinsky

Finally Forever (“First Comes Love” book 3) - Katie Kacvinsky

The Geography of You and Me - Jennifer E. Smith

Faking Normal - Courtney C. Steven (One of my ALL TIME FAVORITES)

The Summer I Turned Pretty - Jenny Han

It’s Not Summer Without You (“The Summer I Turned Pretty” book 2) - Jenny Han

We’ll Always Have Summer (“The Summer I Turned Pretty” book 3) - Jenny Han

Fangirl - Rainbow Rowell

I Am The Messenger - Markus Zusak

I’ll be posting my 2015 list soon! :)

Give me another chance to love you again. Give me another chance to prove how much you mean to me. How much you make me feel alive. Like anything is possible.


Give me an infinite number of chances for my infinite number of mistakes.


And I swear I will make them all right for us to feel infinite again.

—  Juansen Dizon
Infinite Chances | A Trey Songz & Kelly Rowland Short

“Damn,” I muttered as snowflakes hit my windshield.


They’d been talking about a possible snow storm the last few days and although it had been colder than usual I took their warning with a grain of salt. Clearly the weather man had been right about something because it was snowing and sticking to the streets. The windshield wipers on my Range Rover automatically kicked in as I continued to drive. I was hoping I could get to my baby boy before this weather picked up and got worse. I just wanted to bring him home so we could enjoy our weekend together.

Trey was the father to my six year old son, Aiden. At one point in time Trey and I use to be together, but things turned sour and since then we’ve been co-parenting. We managed to do a great job, but I hated the dynamic and I didn’t know if it was for Aiden’s sake or myself. I knew there was a part of me that still loved Trey. Hell, there would always be a part of me that loved that man. He’d given me the best gift in the world, my son.

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I don’t belong
in a universe
where we are
not together;
where we do
not hold each
other’s hand
and touch each
other’s life;
where we did
not cross each
other’s path,
or kiss each
other’s dream;
where you are
hugged by another
mouth, and I
lay on somebody
else’s bed;
where I can not
see the light I
kindled in your
eyes, and you
do not feel the
fire you set on
mine — no, we
do not belong
in a universe
where we do
not end up together.
We own the infinite
chance of every
unfathomable stardust;
we only belong to a world
where you are mine,
and yours I am.

I read a book, yo! I’m pretty sure Kate Atkinson’s A God in Ruins shattered my record for the number of times I had to check a book out of the library before I actually read it. I’m thinking I checked it out (electronically) at least five times since it was published a year and a half ago. I’m not sure what the problem was, since I loved Life After Life (and pretty much every other thing Atkinson has written). It just seemed whenever it was my turn to get it I had a million other things to read and do. And Atkinson’s books need attention. It was worth the wait.  

From Amazon: Kate Atkinson’s dazzling Life After Life explored the possibility of infinite chances and the power of choices, following Ursula Todd as she lived through the turbulent events of the last century over and over again.

A God in Ruins tells the dramatic story of the 20th Century through Ursula’s beloved younger brother Teddy–would-be poet, heroic pilot, husband, father, and grandfather-as he navigates the perils and progress of a rapidly changing world. After all that Teddy endures in battle, his greatest challenge is living in a future he never expected to have.

An ingenious and moving exploration of one ordinary man’s path through extraordinary times, A GOD IN RUINS proves once again that Kate Atkinson is one of the finest novelists of our age.

See you, soon.

I am done writing cliché compositions about love, done pouring my heart into an infinite buffet of possibility. Buoyancy has never been my thing, therefore I can never really pick the positives or any kind of authentic reality, only uncertainty and small cracks in the foundation. I am proficient in holding to tiny, cheap threads with the mindset that it will hold me strong. Too many times have I abruptly tied my own noose using my over analyzed thoughts and greasy hands. My soul is anxious to grab whoever arms shoots out towards me, justifying the imperfections in their clutch with the only alternative being private. I used to avoid solidarity because I am scared that isolation was only a trap to individuals made undesirable. I now know that those are just stories, that being alone does not crush your infinite chances at finding love. Love is a word that I have never really defined right and I have spelled it out on boundless occasions, without knowing that my definitions were unsound. Romanticizing the blatant error in every episode, believing that love is just about pain, engraving it into my mind. I have thrown myself towards blisters expecting nothing less than escape only to find that every road has an ending. I have learned that happiness through another cannot be created nor be defined by metaphors or analogies; it can only be made genuine and sincere. Therefore, I could say I am done writing compositions about love through creating stanzas to people like throwing a ball to a varsity player. Words can kindle a sensation but it does not make an individual to really fall in love, with the aspects people should really look at. So, I am done writing these until I find someone who is willing to write me a novel.

An opportunity only comes once; think of it as the last chance. Don’t give up even if it’s difficult and it’s important to live accountably. If you stand on stage and give it all you’ve got, like it’s the last time, you will have not regrets.
— 

Lee Sungjong, Infinite

Daily quote time.

Bee Reviews: Life After Life by Kate Atkinson

Paperback, 622 pages

Published January 30th 2014 by Black Swan (first published March 14th 2013)

Genre(s): Historical fiction, Sci-Fi

Rating:  ★ ★ ★ ★


Synopsis

What if you had the chance to live your life again and again, until you finally got it right?

During a snowstorm in England in 1910, a baby is born and dies before she can take her first breath.

During a snowstorm in England in 1910, the same baby is born and lives to tell the tale.

What if there were second chances? And third chances? In fact an infinite number of chances to live your life? Would you eventually be able to save the world from its own inevitable destiny? And would you even want to?

Life After Life follows Ursula Todd as she lives through the turbulent events of the last century again and again. With wit and compassion, Kate Atkinson finds warmth even in life’s bleakest moments, and shows an extraordinary ability to evoke the past. Here she is at her most profound and inventive, in a novel that celebrates the best and worst of ourselves.


Review

I had so many high hopes for this novel, I was worried Atkinson wouldn’t be able to meet my expectations. But every single hope was surpassed with flying colours.

Let’s start with the negatives: some parts did drag. It wasn’t the number of times Ursula’s story was restarted, but the ways the story would diverge from what the reader was led to believe was the centre of the story: Ursula. But really, this story was about something a lot bigger, only the reader wouldn’t know this from the first half of the novel.

This book was full of wonders I’ve never previously experienced in a book. It brings up questions we don’t often ask, and bears answers we don’t expect. This novel is definitely one for the thoughtful, the ones who question if there’s really more. Heartwarming, tear-jerking and hilarious all at the same time, if this story and its infinite exquisite characters don’t touch you, nothing else will.

I had the chance to see INFINITE live in their “Infinite Effect World Tour” and I just want to scream out that they are amazing. I thoroughly believe that they are at the absolute top at live singing AND dancing at the same time and ALL of the members were able to hit vibrettos and high notes even after more than two hours! I’m still taken aback. Please, everyone give them lots of love because they are just a full package of talent and if you haven’t yet go check them out right now!