Author: nolanbeingnolan

Do you have another blog or any other social media?

Haha, I do, but I’m not sure they will appeal to a lot of you who follow me here.  My obsessions are pretty varied and eclectic.  My main blog (mostly sports) is @nolanbeingnolan, I also have a romance novel blog – @bloomingromance, plus a blog where I keep things to inspire the erotica I write – @inspiringerotica.

If you like vacation photos, vegan food, and cats, you might enjoy me on Instagram – oyveyashley, which is also my Twitter handle (again, mostly sports).

“I love you. I’m reaching out to you. I love you.”

“I love you. I’m reaching out to you. I love you.”

Sylvia Plath, from a diary entry featured in “The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath,
(via violentwavesofemotion)

writemeanna:“The Eye-Mote,”by Sylvia Plath

writemeanna:

The Eye-Mote,
by Sylvia Plath

Thank you, thank you, thank you

I really, honestly appreciate all your responses (especially the recs for other writers) and since almost all of you support including materials from other female writers this blog shall evolve in that manner.  Don’t worry, I will still post Plath materials as well.

New user name, etc. coming soon. 

Thanks again for the feedback and for enjoying what I try to do here.  I’m excited to share more beautiful thoughts and words with you all.

I forgot about Virginia Woolf. I lover her as well. I am here mainly from Plath, but you can add whoever you like. Maybe you could add more poetry? I don’t know. It’s just a suggestion. I will read anything.

I would like to add longer posts with full poems.  Thank you for your suggestions!

Maybe you could add some poems byEmily Dickinson or Elizabeth Barret? They are similar to Plath in some way.

Those are two of my favorite poets.  And I have been wanting to read Dickinson’s letters for a while.

readingsylviaplath: I have officially posted all the quotes I marked in her journals and as such I…

readingsylviaplath:

I have officially posted all the quotes I marked in her journals and as such I have to decided what to do with this blog.  I want to re-read The Bell Jar and her poetry, so expect quotes from those soon.

However, I’m also going to be starting Virginia Woolf’s journals soon and I was thinking of turning the page for this blog and including quotes from all my favorite female writers.  That being said, there are quite a few of you following this blog who may only be interested in Plath content. 

If you could please reply to this post or send me a message as to whether you would like this blog to be Plath only or evolve to incorporate other female writers, I would greatly appreciate it.

If I get enough responses I will factor that into my decision.  If not, I’ll do as I please.

Stevie Smith, Anne Sexton, etc.. would love to see them all feature on your beautiful blog..

Thank you, sweets!  Sexton is on my short list of ladies to read next.

I’m totally up for you posting about other female writers! Do it!

Thanks, darling!

readingsylviaplath: I have officially posted all the quotes I marked in her journals and as such I…

readingsylviaplath:

I have officially posted all the quotes I marked in her journals and as such I have to decided what to do with this blog.  I want to re-read The Bell Jar and her poetry, so expect quotes from those soon.

However, I’m also going to be starting Virginia Woolf’s journals soon and I was thinking of turning the page for this blog and including quotes from all my favorite female writers.  That being said, there are quite a few of you following this blog who may only be interested in Plath content. 

If you could please reply to this post or send me a message as to whether you would like this blog to be Plath only or evolve to incorporate other female writers, I would greatly appreciate it.

If I get enough responses I will factor that into my decision.  If not, I’ll do as I please.