Welp, unconventional question arises! Violet’s response? Make a terrible pun!!
Yeah, I’m terrible…
But accurate. (=
and up to date… for now… so many questions.. as if Tyler has no shot, why was he painted to marry Violet… or was Violet painting Malcolm who happens to look like Tyler?
ALL SHALL BE REVEALED. LATER. That’s what story arcs are for
I thought arcs stringed one plot to another chronologically having a beginning, middle and end before another one started, like in Bleach, how there was the Rukia arc, then the Orihime arc, then the vizard arc, then the Aizan arc, then the temporary soul reaper arc… and a new one I have yet to see but excited for… I haven’t read the books (gotta do that) but I just had to mention ALL the arcs to get a little more pride after you out anime’d me (and I skipped the filler arcs on purpose)
But you’re forgetting that this is webcomic arcs, so there’s story arc, then filler, story arc, filler, etc. If I were doing a manga, then yeah, the storyline would follow that logic.
I guess I have a lot to learn about webcomics… yay…
Hmm it appears like your blog ate my first comment (it was super long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I had written and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog.
I as well am an aspiring blog blogger but I’m still new to the whole thing. Do you have any recommendations for inexperienced blog writers? I’d genuinely appreciate it.
Oh sorry, it may have been lost under the spam folder.
My advice would be just to write something every day. It doesn’t matter what it is, as long as you write something. Make a schedule for yourself that works for you and keep it. Don’t break from the schedule. I know that seems kinda strict, but it’s the best way to build an audience and the best way to know if you’re comfortable doing blogs.
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