Thursday, June 1, 2017

Dear Will and Stefan...

  
If you’ve been reading my blog since September, you know about Nazi Book. We have titles for the two books now, but in my mind we’ll always call it NB, or Nazi Book. Anywho, the two main male characters are Stefan and Will. Just in case you’re new or rusty, I’ll describe them in one sentence.
  Will: a freakin adorable human who loves Liza to death as a sister and will do anything to keep her safe and is an Ally.
  Stefan: a freakin hawt human who also loves Liza to death but not in the sisterly way and unfortunately has been brainwashed as a Nazi.

  I hope that that cleared it all up for you, and this post shall be spoiler free. ^-^ I’ll be writing a letter to both of them as of book one. I'll also include pictures. ^-^



  Dear Will,
  First of all, never stop being adorable. Both inwardly and out. Your caring heart is what makes people love you, and if you ever stop, or give up, you’ll lose what makes you special. The way you care for others more than yourself makes people love you, and that’s a good thing. <3
  Second of all, never stop fighting. I know it will get hard sometimes. People will hurt you. People will turn on you. People will try to stop you. People will try to tell you that you’re wrong. Weak. Can’t do it. Don’t have the skills. Prove. Them. Wrong. Keep going, even if there’s a wall. Inspire of the people who will harm you, there will be people who help you and love you.
  Third of all, never ever ever think that because you don’t throw a punch, you’re weak. Anyone who tells you that only wants to feel more powerful. Giving someone love or hope is just as powerful as a bullet.
  Fourth, don’t let people hurt you. Don’t stand by and let them hurt you, that will hurt other people more. You are precious to many many people, and the last thing they want is to see you hurt.
  Fifth, don’t ever think you’re worthless. You’re worth more than half the people on the planet. Your worth is not in what you have, it’s in what you give, and how you measure it. God measures your worth, not man.
  Sixth, and finally, never stop hoping. Hope will help you in so many ways, you and everyone around you. If you give up hope, then they will, then there’s none left.
  I lied. Number seven is this: never stop being Will.

  Rachael Steele, author of your “adopted” sister







  Dear Stefan,
  I’m going to begin with something simple: never change your middle name. You may hate it, but I think it’s adorable.
  Second, never stop fighting. People are going to chuck objects at you in an attempt to slow you down, but all you have to do is side step. It’s as easy as that.
  Leading into my second point, don’t let people tell you what to do. If your heart is telling you to do something, go somewhere, tell someone something, then do it. Men are going to tell you that you have to do something, think something, act a certain way. If everything in you is telling you to walk left, then walk left ignore the right. But also look at who’s on the right. If your closest friends are saying something, listen to them. There's a reason they’re your closest.
  Third, your childhood level doesn’t define you. You’ve figured it out by now, but keep that mindset.
  Fourth, don’t stop giving of yourself so that other people will be happy. That’s what made someone look twice at you, and that’s what makes everyone else stare. That’s unusual, but it shouldn’t be.
  Fifth, don’t kill yourself to help others. You’re important too, and if you have to think about yourself once in awhile, don’t think that’s bad.
  Sixth, don’t stop loving people. No matter what other people say, love is not a weakness. It’s a strength. When people say it’s the strongest force on the planet, they’re not lying.  
  Seven: never stop being Stefan.
  



  Rachael Steele, author of your favorite human


   And here they are but I thought I'd throw Liza in there because you need to see her too. xD


 Rachael