rebecca meyer

Self promo time!

Hey! This is a roleplay sideblog for Lori Meyers, from Night In The Woods! Main blog is @plcnisphaerium, so I won’t be able to follow you back with this account, but with the other one!

Could you please reblog (or like! both are fine) this post if you would be interested in roleplaying with her?

My first language is spanish, but I can do shorter threads in english!


Book Update

So this month has been a great month of reading for me so far! I know we still have about a week left but I wanted to share with you guys all the wonderful books I’ve read this month. Also, bonus: I met my reading goals for this month! I had wanted to read at least 4 books and read 2,000 pages and I exceeded those goals! Woo-hoo! Anyways, moving on to the books!

❇ Slasher Girls and Monster Boys edited by April Genevieve Tucholke 🌟🌟🌟🌟

-This books was full of horror short stories and I loved it. There was only 2 stories I didn’t really care for but this was still such an awesome read for October!

❇ Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel 🌟🌟 (and a half)

-This was actually a re-read from my freshman year in high school. I realized while reading it that it’s not the best written book? It’s a bit cliche, a bit too… Awkward? But I still enjoyed it, just maybe not as much when I first read it.

❇ Heartless by Marissa Meyer 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

- I FREAKING LOVED THIS BOOK!!! I adore Marissa Meyer’s writing style and I am such complete trash for anything Alice in Wonderland related. So my rating may be biased but this is my blog so fight me. >.<

❇ The Grace’s by Laure Eve 🌟🌟🌟🌟

-I really enjoyed this book, I loved how we got to completely get into River’s head. The only thing that really bugs me is how the book ended. -_-

❇ The Wizards of Once by Cressida Cowell 🌟🌟🌟

-This is actually a Middle grade book (which I don’t usually read a whole lot of) but I enjoyed this book more than I had anticipated. It was a pretty quick read but it was still a fun one!

❇ The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

-This book was really hard to read and I had a lot of strong emotions about it. (I did a more in-depth book review/talk/thing about it in another post.)

So those are all the books I’ve read so far this month! I’m hoping to read at least 2 more books before October ends. I hope you all have a wonderful rest of the month!

-Daniel, him/his


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anonymous asked:

A knitting what now?

Trina: Knitting circle! It’s basically where a whole bunch of nice little ladies get together at someone’s house to knit things and talk shit about all the ladies at the church next door. Every now and then, I go with Karen. You think high schoolers are full of drama? You’ve never met Miss Rebecca Meyer. She’s a savage, and she knits really nice scarves.