Can just say THANK YOU for introducing me to Brandon Sanderson?? I don't know how I've lived my 15 years of life without reading anything from him! I'm almost done with the first Mistborn book and DIDDLY DAMN IT'S GOT ME FEELING STUFF. so yes, many many thanks.
Oh gosh you have no idea I’m reading Way of Kings and I am in so deep
I love your new ideas and it sounds like it's going to be really interesting! I only read like 3 Shakespeare plays in HS (Macbeth was my favorite!), so it'll be cool to hear your thoughts on various other ones! I also really love your idea to review more classic books! I'm super excited for those!
Are you going to read Alloy of the Law? It's not Mistborn epicness, but it is good and it lets you see how the world progresses.
Absolutely. Sanderson talked about it at his panel at SLC Comic-Con and I knew I’d have to get my greedy little hands on it soon. I’m going to finish Way of Kings first (I’m going to be doing a video called SANDERSON TALKS next week on the first 300 pages! Read along!) and then I’m like, all OVER AoL.
Have you read The Perks of Being a Wallflower? If you have and saw the movie care to share your thoughts on the adaption? :3
I have! I think I may have liked the movie better in that the reeeeeeaaaalllyy long, unbroken chains of thought Charlie has like, all the time, were well translated in little pieces and with well-condensed scenes. It was a good adaptation.
Hey! So, I'm taking my friend to watch "How to train your dragon 2" when it comes out on this Thursday. She didn't see the first one. Can you go into the second movie without having seen the first one?
Q: Hi I’m sorry if this question annoys you in anyway and you can choose to annoy it. I recently saw that you are not going to finish the Mortal Instruments cause you lost interest in the universe. With that being said are you also not going to read anymore of Cassie’s books? Like the trilogy following The Infernal Devices (The Last Hours)? Or maybe The Dark Artifices?
A: I probably won’t. I feel like she’s stretching to story way to thin.
To the anon: It's not that there's no such thing as a healthy weight, it's that there's no such thing as ONE healthy weight. A healthy weight looks different on different people and rarely matches up with societal standards of "healthy" or "beautiful." But everybody has a weight they can reach through good diet and appropriate exercise that is healthy.
I'm sure you get book recommendations all the time, but after watching your top 10 favorite children's books I can't help but recommend the Skulduggery Pleasant series. it's a mystery series about a Skeleton detective and his young partner. they are children's books, but they gradually become more mature as the series goes. i'd really appreciate it if you'd at least give the first book "Skulduggery Pleasant, Scepter of the Ancients" a chance.
hello! I'm also trying to lose weight like you are currently doing, but i'm having struggles trying to find good exercises to do. how much do you run or what sorta things do you do? Thanks (:
I work out every day for at least 45 minutes, save for Sundays, which is my resting day. Mon/Wed/Fri is free weight work-outs (I’m sure you can find some online!) and 20 minutes of cardio. Then Tue/Thur/Sat is 45 minutes of cardio.
Sorry I'm just another person commenting on your weightloss journey but I think it's awesome you want to be stronger and healthier, I'm doing the same thing currently. I couldn't care less about being skinny, I want muscle and to be able to keep up with my athletic friends when we do outdoorsy stuff. I want to feel better. It's shame some people think that by trying to lose weight that you must be drinking the koolaid or something.
haha yeah that is a shame, cuz koolaid is terrible for you! Good luck on your journey, man, let’s do this!
I'm trying to read 100 books in a year and i'm a pretty fast reader so i can do it, its just having the motivation to read 2 books a week when things are already crazy, i know you said once that ideally you read about 2 books a week and i just want to know how you do it? also finally how do you get all your books? I know you use Kindle and i do to but that's still pretty expensive and my library is pretty limited. Thanks!
You pair reading books with other things. Listen to audiobooks when you clean or drive, read while you’re waiting in line at the grocery store, or right before bed. I also reread stuff A LOT.
Hi! So I was wondering, do you think you think you were more of an emotional reader when you were younger or are you more of one now? Did you cry while reading books more as a child or as an adult?
Hmmm. No, I don’t think so. I remember getting upset over sad things, like “Why is a sad thing happening? I don’t WANT this sad thing to happen!” For instance, I used to have my mom fast-foward through the parts of movies where things start to go wrong straight to the happily ever after. It made me more angry than anything. But when you’re young, I don’t think you understand emotions as well.
Now that I’m older and let myself empathize with fiction a little more, I do get very emotional. I’ve cried through multiple books and movies.
hi cassidy! your hair is definitely one of the most gorgeous, healthy looking I've ever seen and I was just wondering if you had a specific routine or any tips for hair care because you seem to be doing a great job with it (whether it be shampoos or conditioners you like, or any extra products or even just ways to dry your hair!)!
Thank you so much.
Right now…I ran out of conditioner before I ran out of shampoo (typical) so I went out and bought suave coconut conditioner. It’s like a buck-fifty. Smells nice. I think the shampoo is…Aussie? It also smells like coconut.
I let my hair air dry and I don’t brush it until it’s dry. That’s pretty much it.
I really like this suave conditioner because I love the smell of coconut and it’s super cheap.