My plans to write my paranormal short story came to a halt when I got stuck with a dilemma, write in first person or third person. I made the decision to put the story a side for a few days. I'm not a morning writer, but because of a few sleepless nights, I was up at the crack of dawn fully awake. I turned on the computer and began typing away. The result: two new short stories for children. I may have to change my habits and write for a few hours in the morning.
I watched Paul on DVD a few nights ago, and I laughed so hard, I thought the neighbors would call the police. I enjoyed Shawn of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, but I like Paul the best out the Simon Pegg/NickFrost dynamic duo. I also bought the long awaited 9th season of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. If you don't know me, you should know I love old cartoons from when I was kid. I've watched three episodes out of the eight, and I don't remember them at all. The episodes aired back in 1995, in which I was in the 8th grade and watching cartoons wasn't on my radar.
In the mail Cum Laude by Cecily von Ziegesar; and Sarah 'n' Dippity by Gerald R. Stanek and illustrated by Joyce Huntington Stanek. I bought The Harvest of Grace by Cindy Woodsmall, and Bad Moon Rising by Sherrilyn Kenyon last weekend.
Bloggers of the Week: http://bellebooksx.blogspot.com/ and http://stuckinbooks.com/
Question of the Week: If you could write yourself a part in a book, what book would it be and what role would you play in that book?
My answer: I would be a mysterious, struggling writer. I'm investigating the disappearance of my favorite author and mentor, which leads me into the dark world of demons and other creatures of the night.
Question of the Week: "What’s the LONGEST book you’ve ever read?”
My answer: The Stand by Stephen King