This Friday Favorites. The final day in the 12 Days of Bubbles, I have come to bring some more LG and BT into your life.
Link to full article: An LGBT Christmas
Happy Throwback Thursday and welcome to day 11 in the 12 Days of Bubbles all about the Christmas Eve tradition.
Link to full article: Tradition of Christmas Eve
Learn about the curse of the dreaded Christmas 15 this holiday season and embrace the second day of the 12 Days of Bubbles.
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Just some movie recommendations for the first day in the 12 Days of Bubbles marathon. Happy Media Monday.
Link to full article: Christmas At The Movies
This Throwback Thursday is on David Levithan the author of Boy Meets Boy and Two Boys Kissing. I know it's not the holidays anymore, but I kind of hijacked this post a little bit. This man is a fantastic author. You might know of him for his work with John Green on the novel Will Grayson, Will Grayson. He's absolutely fabulous. I would like to thank all the people who reached out to me over the holidays. I'm so sorry if I worried you or weighted your Christmas with my problems. You were to kind to take the time out of your day out to talk to me.
Behold the reason you rock near the Christmas tree, not around it.
So, over my fall break I attempted to write a short story for you. I knew I was going to be doing the 12 Days of Bubbles as my kind of Christmas present to you and I thought for Surprise Sunday I would do a short story. It went horribly wrong. It was very bad, and so I called my cousin. I asked her if she would be willing to write a short story for the blog. She already writes fiction in her spare time. She agreed after I e-mailed her my short story to read. She refrained from telling me how bad it was, which was sweet of her. She finished this short story over Thanksgiving and I am obsessed with it. I am basically the target audience at this point. Jamie slayed it and I'm not just saying that because she's my cousin and she's the shit. It's so much better then what I wrote. The basic premise of this short story is that it is set in the 1930's and a string of pearls are stolen. It is a noir detective story. It is also long, so get yourself a cup of coffee and be prepared to read. The main detective is one I have met before and I am just obsessed. I am literally fangirling over this. I love this story. At this point it's not even for you, it's for me. The second and final part will be posted next Sunday, so feel free to ask any questions so you can figure out who stole the pearls.
Size zero at Banana Republic. The blog changes name, but I never do.