My summer is sadly winding down! All good things must come to an end. Next year will be my last year at high school (Why am I just so happy to get out of high school? hmmm...) I am praying to God and wondering what he wants me to do with my story. I am working really hard on it and my intricate underlying subplot of the hypocritical theocracy, which I as of now trying to cleverly weave within my story. Going to the beach two weeks ago, ah.. the Jersey shore, while being a bit too commercial for my own tastes; God allowed me to write some great ideas to weave into my story. For now, its is still very rough. But every day its looking better and better. I want to finish a lot of it, before school starts up again knowing with all the course load I took this year, I will have no time to write. Well maybe a little! School does have its one purpose, giving me fodder to shape my character and his struggles.
I am not just writing as the summer ends, I am reading like crazy and while trying to find a book to stave off my post Harry Potter boredom, my friend recommended me this awesome vampire series by:Stephenie Meyer. Looking at the cover I think, Romance. But as I started reading it, I got sucked in. Yeah it has romance but also has the ultra cool vampire family,The Cullens, and it does have a few action sequences. Once I started I got sucked in and could not stop reading. Good merits include no sex, a little cursing but not anything that you have not heard from people around you. I mostly recommend the series for people like me who love vampires. Good news, as I was searching the author's web site, I saw she was having a signing near me September 12. I am definitely going! Anyways see you Monday when The CSFF Blog Tour featuring The Legend of the Firefish begins!
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