Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Musings...

So I have been considering doing this, to update the professional blog more often: When I update my LiveJournal with something particularly interesting, I will post it on here as well. That way this blog will get more usage, and it will be more interesting to read. :) Any thoughts?

And thanks to my dear friends who commented on my last blog post---and answered the question! I feel remembered! Here's another question:

Do you listen to music while writing? If so, name three bands or songs that you stray to most when writing, and why (if you even have a reason at all :])

And my exams start today. I feel like I haven't studied for any of the subjects well enough. So pray for me please. :/

Thanks!
~Mariella

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

You need to update your age. ;) Both blogs say you're 15 still. Hehehe.

Hmm. Music? I stray to many, various different bands. Owl City, MercyMe, and Rascal Flatts are just some of many. . . I usually only have one song I like from one band, so I jump around. XD As for why, I dunno. I just like listening to them. *shrugs*

I'll be praying for you! I hope it all goes well!! I'm sure you studied just fine. *hugs*

~Anna

Cherise A said...

I think whatever you decide to do with both blogs goes. I know for me I'm going to have very distinct differences between my LJ and my Blogger blog (the Blogger one will have edited entries, for one), but I don't know if that's what you want your approach to be.

As far as music goes, I listen most to E.S. Posthumus, James Newton Howard, and an eclectic blend of other instrumental music (usually movie scores). However, when I need something high-energy, I'll often listen to a random band that plays more modern music. But the instrumental music is my favorite, because for me it feels like it pulls me right into the story, and I can envision the characters and their problems even clearer. It helps me feel the emotion so that I can write it all the better.

You have cool questions. Keep asking more! :D

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