I'm sure that many bloggers who write in one specific niche (photography, fashion, beauty etc.) often feel frustrated that their blog may come off as one dimensional ... for lack of a better term. I adore cosmetics, and in the past it's true I've felt boxed in. It was this feeling that led me to develop my Inspired by Literature series that has, unexpectedly but pleasantly, become my most popular series of posts.
You may have noticed that I didn't post an Inspired by Literature post this month ... but this time I had the opposite problem. I've been inspired by so many sights, sounds and authors that I've been struggling to mentally processing it all, link these sources of inspiration with cosmetics and then photograph everything. What does this mean? You can, undoubtedly, expect an Inspired by Literature post earlier in the month (Agatha Christie, anyone?) along with many other exciting features.
Oscar Wilde's grave at la Cimetière du Père-Lachaise is the poster child for my inspired by literature series. The spirit of an actor remains and beckons decades of red lipped admirers.
I also don't want anyone to hesitate to leave suggestions, requests or things you'd like to see in the comment section of this post. The beauty of a blog is that it's constantly a book in the progress of being written. There is no ending, just the comfortable middle of the story where the plot could thicken at any moment!