Welcome to Llyr!


My name is Kara. I’m a southern girl…lived my whole life in the deep south. I love the south…warm weather, running barefoot in the grass, friendly people, hospitality, all of that. However, I cannot be called a redneck. Whatever picture that brings to mind, I am not it.
So what is this blog about? For one thing, simply for me to write. I like to set my feelings out in words. More specifically, because I enjoy this universe, all of the small and wonderful aspects of it, and I want to share that with other people. Posts will break down into three primary categories.

1. General life rambling. Be it boring or not….sometimes I just want to talk about my life!

2. Fashion pictures. I am by no means a good photographer, but I appreciate good fashion in strangers.

3. Book reviews. I read obsessively and I love talking about anything book-related.

That’s it!

I am starting college in a week…moving 6 hours away from the city I was born in, to a university where I only know a handful of people. It is a grand adventure! But admittedly, I’m a little scared. On the bright side, I am counting on it providing plenty of writing material!

For even a tottering granddam keeps a portion of girlish heart, and the youngest maiden a thread of old woman’s wisdom. – The High King, Lloyd Alexander

I am frequently silly and childish…I love playing and I like to find joy in life. Hopefully that will in turn bring others joy. However, I can also be serious. I desire that you will see in me a thread of wisdom…

So that is me in a nutshell…the world gets “curiouser and curiouser” and I’m excited to share it with everyone.

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3 thoughts on “Welcome to Llyr!

  1. Love the Lloyd Alexander quote. The Prydain series has been one of my favorites for a long time, and The High King is a magnificent book. I’m proud I got the reference to Llyr. Good luck with the writing. It’s difficult to fit in while going to college, but completely worth it. I’m working on my own epic fantasy myself, and was able to squeeze it in between essays.

    • I’m a huge fan of Lloyd Alexander! And I’m so glad you picked up on it….not very many people are familiar with Prydain, so I was a little afraid that no one would figure it out! Thank you so much for the encouragement. I will certainly try my hardest to fit things in.

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