Storybird Relatables #1


Person: I am eating a Cookie.
Storybirder: NO, NO, NOO! PLEASE DO NOT EAT COOKIE; SHE’S THE BEST PERSON IN THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE. PULEASE, FOR THE LOVE OF POTATOES, DON’T EAT HER!!
Person: o.O
Storybirder: Oh. You meant baked cookies. Of course.

Person: I AM EATING A CHERRY!!
Storybirder: OH MY GOD NO NO NO NO SPIT HER OUT YOU DISGUSTING CANNIBAL.
Person: What?
Storybirder: Oh. The fruit? Enjoy.

Person: Lemons and Sweet Peas rock! I love eating them.

Storybirder: OMP YOU ATE LEMONE AND SWEETIE? YOU HORRIBLE PERSON!

Person: I – uh…

Storybirder: Oh. Never mind. Continue.

Person: So have you ever tasted vanilla?

Storybirder: Why would you want to eat VANILLA? D= Why, oh WHY do you go around eating my friends?!

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What Storybird Means to Me – #4


I’m truly sorry that I’m late, so I decided to post this on a Wednesday instead on Monday this time. Anyway, here you go! Remember to keep sharing your views here. Thanks for the entries!

 

Hamida11: Storybird is like pizza. Take one bite and you love everything about it. xD

gabriellai: Storybird is a place where I can let my imaginations run wild, and share my creativity with others; where I can unleash my inner beauty. My creative, writing, self. Where I can show my real potential.
And I’ll always remember it.

Magnifique: Storybird, to me, is a platform where I can reveal the real me, where I can share my thoughts, where I can discover my potential, where I can unleash my imagination, where I can read some masterpieces by other authors and where I can get advice and new friends along the way! I love SB – it has become a part of me, and even though I am relatively new, I love it to bits and pieces.

SamiLovesYou: Let me tell you, before I discovered SB, I was a lonely grade 4 girl who got teased at for loving literature. My life was depressing. I would always read books to calm me down. My closest friends has made fun of me so hard that I fell into a mini phase of depression.
Somehow, my teacher showed me SB and my life changed.
I met awesome friends and people I consider as my family who’s supported me throughout my journey. They would miss me when I was gone and be glad when I was back. They were like, I met them IRL.
So yes, this is me. A going to be grade 6 girl who is more confident than ever, all because of storybird 🙂

My Reading List


I am reading loads of books at the moment, in and out of Storybird. Here are some books I really recommend =D Happy reading!

Storybird (Longform Books)

Just some of the many Undiscovered Jems which deserve more views, more hearts, more reposts and more comments. Sorry, no links to profiles. Too much work x) If you have any books you’d like to share, pleaase tell me below!

Outside Storybird:

  • Inkheart by Cornelia Funke
  • If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late by Pseudonymous Bosch
  • The Giver by Lois Lowry
  • A Bad Beginning by Lemony Snicket
  • Coraline by Neil Gaiman
  • The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart
  • The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith