So, I finally finished (mostly) the books mentioned in Manga Madness and The Box
I have read the first four volumes of Requiem of Rose King, the fourth volume of the Skip Beat! big edition and Goliath.
I don’t have a review/summary for Scott Westerfeld’s Goliath. I will say I have thoroughly enjoyed the trilogy and the last one was a perfect ending for me.
I feel like I’m finally making some progress in my reading list. My manga pile is dwindling and I am that much closer to getting to the novel-type books I have waiting.
Although I did end up adding another box the pile. Curse you, library book sales with your $1 paperbacks and your fill-up-a-bag-and-it’s-$3!! T_T
I might have a problem. o_o
Meh. Oh well.
Include these words/phrases in your piece:
-luscious sunset locks
-riding into the sunset
-those pesky lawnmower stripes
Good luck with this one and happy writing!!
It’s been too long!!! Well, let’s get to it! Try using these lines in a piece:
“Okay, I need you all to hug the wall.”
“I’ve hugged this wall more than my own family!”
Good luck, good health (been sick lately), and happy writing!!!
I keep referencing this Box and what it is, obviously is a box of books I need to read. Still working on finishing the books mentioned in the post linked above and hopefully by next year I can finally get my read on.
Two series are in the box:
The Ghostwalker series by Christine Feehan
They were just soldiers wanting to defend their country. Paranormal romance queen, Christine Feehan’s Ghostwalker series is about a group of military soldiers who have been psychically enhanced by the government. I read the first book, Shadow Game, already about Captain Rylan Miller, who’s unit is being kept locked in a facility by the government. And someone’s been killing the members of his unit. With the help of Lily Whitney, daughter of Dr. Whitney who enhanced them they escape the facility and find out who’s killing Rylan’s men.
The next book is Mind Game about Nico, another guy in Rylan’s unit.
Emma Holly’s upyr series.
I read “The Night Owl” in the anthology Hot Blooded and realized it was a series so I wanted to start from the beginning. The first is Catching Midnight and I’m really looking forward to it since it takes place in the Middle Ages (which I don’t see a lot) and I like some historical. Pubparlor did a review of the book here and I’d like to add my two cents in once I read and finish the book. Can’t wait, can’t wait, can’t wait!
Currently still going through the books in my Manga Madness and the Box post. I’m on volume 3 of Requiem of the Rose King and the prologue part is done. Now the real story begins.
Stay tuned for more of my randomness in the book forest!
I mentioned last year that November is National Novel Writing Month or NaNoWriMo. What is it, you ask? For the whole month of November people challenge themselves to write a 50,000 word novel. You can sign up at their website, nanowrimo.com and keep track of your progress, get some useful tools that could help or connect with other writers.
NaNoWriMo starts November 1st and ends November 30th. For any writers looking to challenge and motivate themselves to write that novel they’ve been wanting to get to, this the perfect setup.
For all the writers out there looking to do this challenge officially and unofficially, best of luck and happy writing!!
One more week until Halloween! Now, write a piece with these words in it:
-tricked out ride
-your mom’s house
A bit random but I hope you all have fun with it. Good luck and happy writing!!!
Time really seems to get away from me. I keep forgetting what day it is, so that’s why last week there was no prompt. Sorry!! Well, here we go!
For the Halloween prompt, write a piece centered around this word:
This could get spooky if you put your creative, juicy minds to it. Good luck and happy, creepy writing!!