Yesterday I said I wanted you to share your vacation pictures and stories with me well ... I've decided why not share some pictures that will add some visuals to Lexi and Van's story! I will be posting numbered pictures, some here, some on Facebook, some on Twitter, some on Gliterary Girl Media, all YOU have to do is 1. Find them and 2. tell me what part of Blissful Tragedy they remind you of. There are a total of 5 so that's 5 extra chances to WIN!
Summer is coming to a close and fall is creeping its way in so we're celebrating and you get to win prizes! All week from today until the 1st of September you can enter the rafflecopter and share with me your summer experiences. I'll be posting my summer pics and want to hear from you all.
Fall is headed our way and with it comes all things pumpkin, halloween (yay!), changing leaves and what I'm most excited about, New Seasons of my favorite TV shows. I can't wait to hunker down and catch up with my favorite on screen characters. From Sons of Anarchy to Boardwalk Empire I'm looking forward to new characters and old acting story lines that keep me drawn in.
What I want to know is: What are your favorites? Are there any you're looking forward to more so than others?
I'll start My favorites are, obviously, Sons of Anarchy and Boardwalk Empire but I am also looking forward to The Walking Dead, American Horror Story, and Supernatural. All bring something unique and intriguing that keeps me coming back each season but I think I'm looking forward to Sons of Anarchy the most.
This fall the new TV line up includes AMY L. Gale !
Amy L. Gale is going to be on LIVE TV ! Amy is doing an interview on PA LIVE! The show airs at 4:00est. on WBRE. I've added the link below for your viewing pleasure
I'd originally planned on talking about summer concerts and all the iconic images that go with them i.e: blankets, sunburns, lighters lifted high swaying with the throb of sweaty drunk bodies but then I ran across this article and thought ... why not talk about this instead. So I found this article, On Consequence of Sound , while looking at images that would be iconic enough for this post. As I was scrolling I found loads of pictures of concert goers on blankets, under bright colorful lights and trucking from the stage to the beer tent but then one caught my eye. It was, instead of massive amounts of people scrunched together holding lit lighters, a picture of massive amounts of scrunched up people holding lit up cellphones. I was intrigued so I checked it out and found it was an article that was all about how cellphones are disruptive at concerts. It states specific artists and how they handle cellphone use at their concerts and talks of this new app (only available for iPhone at the moment) that is supposed to change the way concert goers use their phones. I thought I'd take to the blog and see how you all feel about it. Do you use your phone at concerts? For light, recording or taking pictures? Would you think about using an app that makes your phone darker and less disruptive?
You can read the article HERE or at the above link
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