We Storybirders are so cool; we’re fighting the Potato Apocalypse!


I just reread @firstredhead’s Fighting the Potato Apocalype, and I HAD to write a blog post on YSBU after my line in Chapter 4:

Cherry’s mouth gaped open in awe as she viewed the approaching army dig and push beneath the earth.
“I know this is a really bad time,” she said, not removing her gaze. “But this is so going on the blog.”

In case you didn’t know, APTers (a term we use for members of A Pointless Task) are obsessed with potatoes, for some reason. FtPA is this super-potatorific longform book which has a star-studded cast of characters which consists of various Storybirders (not all could be mentioned in this blog post, unfortunately). The plot is face-paced, intriguing and just – amazing. Even if you don’t know those Storybirders, it’s a great read. Now, onto the post:

Click the above image to start reading FtPA by firstredhead on Storybird

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What Does Storybird Mean to You? -#3


Here are this week’s absolutely awesome “What Storybird Means to Me”s! Thanks to everyone who submitted their thoughts. Seven quotes per post, from now on. Stay tuned for more next Monday!

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leahatlc: Storybird is opportunities and it is creativity. Storybird is chances to improve and to socialize. It is a chance to be encouraged. No one is mean to you and there is a lot of artwork to use. There are a lot of good writers on Storybird. Storybird is cool and awesome!

figment68: Storybird is a safe, kind, unique, family friendly place to share our stories and poems using art from very talented artists. A place where people of all ages from all around the world can read, write, chat and become part of a large virtual family that never discriminates. Storybird has become my second home. I have come to know and care about so many people that I may never meet in person. Storybird means the world to me.

TheConfidentBallerina: Storybird is my life.

I used to be a close-minded writer, only writing one kind of way. Then, I discovered there is so much out there! I started writing poetry on SB, and I fell in love with the way I could put all my feelings into it.

Besides writing, I have gotten so much support here from my friends.

That’s right, FRIENDS! It may seem weird, but I’ve gotten to know many lovely people, and I know they’ll help me if I need it.

Storybird has taught me so much, I just can’t fit into words good enough.

WriteOn03: Storybird is a place where nobody judges me. Storybird means so much to me, in fact, I hope I never leave it. Yeah, other websites are fun, but later they backfire on me. Storybird has never done that, it also lets me do the thing I love. I love how it is so safe, how there are many amazing artists, and people of all ages, all wonderful! Good luck with your blog!

56heptathlon22: To me storybird is addictive, I go on every afternoon after school and hope to keep it that way for as long as I can. I’ve only been on for a few months(except for like, two or three years ago) but already on my student account(this one) I’ve done 47! On @Ludo_McBaggins I’ve done 13(only three passed moderation so far) + five poems(the maximum). To me, storybird IS potatoes.

doodlebugatlc: I love Story Bird,because it is a website where you can express your feelings by writing books. You can read other books to see what is in the inside of that person who wrote it because they express their feelings. But the most thing I love about Story Bird is that when you publish a book it’s like you are a famous author!