Tuesday, August 14, 2018

So Your Character is From Albania ... Featuring Xhorxhina @ Inner Exploration





It's time for this week's So Your Character is ... Post! This is a weekly segment where I interview lovely volunteers from around the world to give you a firsthand account of being a citizen of their respective country or having a disability. I'm hoping to encourage international diversity, break stereotypes, and give writers a crash course on how to write a character from these different places on our planet. If you haven't checked out last time's So Your Character is from Bosnia & Herzegovina ... be sure to hop on over there and give it a read!

Disclaimer: The content below may be culturally shocking to some. Each of these posts is as uncensored as possible to preserve the authenticity of the cultures of each of the interviewees.


(None of the Images are Mine)

Saturday, August 11, 2018

10 Superhero Tropes and How My Hero Academia Blows Them Out of the Water





First of all, I love superheroes and superhero tropes. Jack Kirby and Joe Simon pioneered these modern superhero stories in the 1940s that have been loved for generations. These tropes are signature for the two big comic heads DC and Marvel, but it’s also refreshing when an author can take such a well-loved concept and make it feel so fresh. That’s what Kōhei Horikoshi did with My Hero Academia. Obviously, this man loves his American comic books because it’s very evident how much western influence is in this anime. He’s done his research and as a result, he’s created a manga and subsequent anime that has made superheroes feel newer than they have in a long time. I understand not everyone is into anime but if you’re writing a superhero story at all, these tropes and twists on tropes are good to be aware of.

Friday, August 10, 2018

The First Language of Worlds Linkup!





I was hoping the July/August Language of Worlds would be up by now, so we're doing a throwback to the first one so I can catch up! I'm going to be focusing on the sequel of Red Hood which is Silver Hood with the least spoilery of the first book answers I can. I'm going to focus on Claes since he is a dual protagonist with Mor in Silver Hood and he needs more attention. Thank you, Liv K. Fischer, for hosting this! Check out her post to see how to participate!


Tuesday, August 7, 2018

So Your Character is From Bosnia & Herzegovina ... Featuring Azra @ SimpleSerenity





It's time for this week's So Your Character is ... Post! This is a weekly segment where I interview lovely volunteers from around the world to give you a firsthand account of being a citizen of their respective country or having a disability. I'm hoping to encourage international diversity, break stereotypes, and give writers a crash course on how to write a character from these different places on our planet. If you haven't checked out last time's So Your Character is from Bahrain ... be sure to hop on over there and give it a read!

Disclaimer: The content below may be culturally shocking to some. Each of these posts is as uncensored as possible to preserve the authenticity of the cultures of each of the interviewees.

(None of the Images are Mine)

Saturday, August 4, 2018

Writing Lessons from Movies: The Lion King





Before Frozen, The Lion King was Disney's highest grossing animated movie to date and it's for good reason! This film has been in the hearts of children for a generation. All of the songs are so memorable and the story is powerful. If you don't know the premise of this movie, you had a crappy childhood. I'm getting right to it!

Warning: Spoilers, but you've seen this already haven't you?




Friday, August 3, 2018

My First #WIPJoy Recap!





I've known about this hashtag for a long time and now I finally managed to participate. I saw a friend doing it and so I decided to join in. It was fun! And I definitely want to do it again, though next time I think I'll implement TweetDeck instead of trying to do it daily. XD I've copied and pasted my tweets into the post with some edits to fix typos. Also if you want to follow me on Twitter, check me out here! I mostly tweet writing-related stuff. This time I focused on my steampunk fantasy novel Red Hood! Also follow Bethany Jennings, the creator of this meme, so you can see when the next #WIPJoy comes!

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

So Your Character Has Bipolar Syndrome ... Featuring Claire @ Brizzle Lass Books




Recently, I had a cousin diagnosed with Bipolar Syndrome. I've always been interested in knowing about it for character development, so I'm so happy to have Claire on the blog!

(Images aren't mine)


Saturday, July 28, 2018

Monthly Summary: July 2018






July was a busy but good month. I've stayed out of the heat as much as possible, so it's bearable haha. Thank goodness, the rain has been bringing down the temperatures so it hasn't gotten up to 97 like last year. 

Friday, July 27, 2018

The Music Tag






Emmy @ Little Black Sheep tagged me for this and of course I'm not going to pass up an opportunity to talk about music. ;)



Tuesday, July 24, 2018

So Your Character is From Bahrain ... Featuring Marwa @ Adoreabook





It's time for this week's So Your Character is ... Post! This is a weekly segment where I interview lovely volunteers from around the world to give you a firsthand account of being a citizen of their respective country or having a disability. I'm hoping to encourage international diversity, break stereotypes, and give writers a crash course on how to write a character from these different places on our planet. If you haven't checked out last week's So Your Character is from Israel ... be sure to hop on over there and give it a read!

Disclaimer: The content below may be culturally shocking to some. Each of these posts is as uncensored as possible to preserve the authenticity of the cultures of each of the interviewees.


(None of the Images are Mine)

Saturday, July 21, 2018

The Get to Know Me Tag {Writer's Edition}




I'm going through some of these tags and giving my brain a rest from writing posts for the moment, but maybe you'll find some kind of advice in this post. I don't know. XD But anyway thank you, Christine @ Musings of an Elf, for tagging me!

Friday, July 20, 2018

A Book Review of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince by J.K. Rowling




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The war against Voldemort is not going well; even the Muggles have been affected. Dumbledore is absent from Hogwarts for long stretches of time, and the Order of the Phoenix has already suffered losses. 

And yet . . . as with all wars, life goes on. Sixth-year students learn to Apparate. Teenagers flirt and fight and fall in love. Harry receives some extraordinary help in Potions from the mysterious Half-Blood Prince. And with Dumbledore's guidance, he seeks out the full, complex story of the boy who became Lord Voldemort -- and thus finds what may be his only vulnerability.

Series: Harry Potter (Book 6)
Genre: YA Fantasy
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks; Reprint edition (July 25, 2006)
Page Count: 652 pages

I’m nearing the end of the Harry Potter series! It’s been a long journey. This is either my second or third favorite volume of the series so I was really excited to read the book behind it!

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

So Your Character is From Israel ... Featuring Zoey @ Magiverse





It's time for this week's So Your Character is ... Post! This is a weekly segment where I interview lovely volunteers from around the world to give you a firsthand account of being a citizen of their respective country or having a disability. I'm hoping to encourage international diversity, break stereotypes, and give writers a crash course on how to write a character from these different places on our planet. If you haven't checked out last week's So Your Character is from Mozambique ... be sure to hop on over there and give it a read!

Disclaimer: The content below may be culturally shocking to some. Each of these posts is as uncensored as possible to preserve the authenticity of the cultures of each of the interviewees.

(None of the Images are Mine)

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Harry Potter and Pacing: Why I Believe the Movies Did a Better Job





I’ve finally (almost still working on Deathly Hallows) read all the books and seen all the movies so I can finally give my verdict about the series as a whole: I like it but I actually like the movies better. Before throwing pitchforks at me hear me out. From my observation, though the books have a lot of great details and characters that couldn’t make it into the movies (such as Ginny's reason for putting herself so fully into Tom Riddle's diary and Voldemort's love for trophies), the movie cut down on some of those to keep within the optimal runtime and to keep better tabs on the pacing. I believe in especially the case of Order of the Phoenix and the Goblet of Fire this actually improved the stories because they became tighter.





Friday, July 13, 2018

A Book Review of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling




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In his fifth year at Hogwart's, Harry faces challenges at every turn, from the dark threat of He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named and the unreliability of the government of the magical world to the rise of Ron Weasley as the keeper of the Gryffindor Quidditch Team. Along the way, he learns about the strength of his friends, the fierceness of his enemies, and the meaning of sacrifice.


Series: Harry Potter (Book 5)
Genre: YA Fantasy
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks (September 1, 2004)
Page Count: 896 pages

This was my favorite movie of the series so I was excited to read this book and see the source of my favorite of the Harry Potter films!

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

So Your Character is From Mozambique ... Featuring Dicxita @ Dii Blogs





It's time for this week's So Your Character is ... Post! This is a weekly segment where I interview lovely volunteers from around the world to give you a firsthand account of being a citizen of their respective country or having a disability. I'm hoping to encourage international diversity, break stereotypes, and give writers a crash course on how to write a character from these different places on our planet. If you haven't checked out last week's So Your Character is from Egypt ... be sure to hop on over there and give it a read!

Disclaimer: The content below may be culturally shocking to some. Each of these posts is as uncensored as possible to preserve the authenticity of the cultures of each of the interviewees.

(None of the Images are Mine)

Saturday, July 7, 2018

Writing Lessons from Movies: Avatar





Recently I rewatched Avatar and remembered just how amazing this movie is. Avatar was the first movie I’ve ever seen in 3D and I’ve yet to see another 3D movie that has topped it. Avatar immersed me in an amazing story and amazing world. The effects rival those of today, the characters are great, and the Na’vi culture is so well done it feels real. 

Avatar is about a paraplegic ex-marine who goes to the planet of Pandora to be a part of the avatar program after his twin brother dies tragically. He is mind-linked with an avatar Na’vi body so he can interact with the Na’vi people and learn more about them and their world under the orders of both scientists and the military. In exchange, he will get his legs back but as he learns more about the Na’vi he’s conflicted about whether his race is doing the right thing.

Warning: Some spoilers.



Friday, July 6, 2018

A Book Review of Assassin's Blade by Sarah J. Maas




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Celaena Sardothien is Adarlan's most feared assassin. As part of the Assassin's Guild, she's sworn to her master, Arobynn Hamel, yet Celaena listens to no one and trusts only her fellow killer for hire, Sam.

In these action-packed prequel novellas to Throne of Glass, Celaena embarks on five daring missions. They take her from remote islands to hostile deserts, where she fights to liberate slaves and avenge tyranny. But by acting on her own terms, will Celaena truly free herself from her master, or will she suffer an unimaginable punishment for such treachery?

Genre: YA Fantasy
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens; Reprint edition (March 3, 2015)
Page Count: 464 Pages

My friend told me I needed to read this set of novellas before advancing to the next book in the series, so I've heeded her advice! I've actually never officially read a novella, so this was a cool experience for me. ^ ^

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

So Your Character is From Egypt ... Featuring Nada @ Early Bookish Birds





It's time for this week's So Your Character is ... Post! This is a weekly segment where I interview lovely volunteers from around the world to give you a firsthand account of being a citizen of their respective country or having a disability. I'm hoping to encourage international diversity, break stereotypes, and give writers a crash course on how to write a character from these different places on our planet. If you haven't checked out last week's So Your Character is from Switzerland ... be sure to hop on over there and give it a read!

Disclaimer: The content below may be culturally shocking to some. Each of these posts is as uncensored as possible to preserve the authenticity of the cultures of each of the interviewees.

(None of the Images are Mine)

Saturday, June 30, 2018

Monthly Summary: June 2018






I hate the summer heat so I'm hanging in there this month. XD Pokemon GO is the only thing motivating me to go outside and spend more than a minute that it takes to get me from building to building. But I've had some fun highlights, most of them while remaining in air conditioning. ;)


Friday, June 29, 2018

Interview with Cohen (Silhouette)!






Me:
I haven't done a character interview in a long time but since Beautiful People has ended for the time being I thought I'd bring it back ... because I miss talking about my characters. XD Thank you to everyone who asked questions! This really helps me develop characters. *sitting in a chair Tonight Show-style, turns to Cohen who's sitting in the chair next to me* Hey, Cohen.

Cohen:
Hello.

Me:
Ready to get started? You've got a lot of questions.

Cohen:
Yes, it'll be a good break.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

So Your Character is From Switzerland ... Featuring Elena Dratva





It's time for this week's So Your Character is ... Post! This is a weekly segment where I interview lovely volunteers from around the world to give you a firsthand account of being a citizen of their respective country or having a disability. I'm hoping to encourage international diversity, break stereotypes, and give writers a crash course on how to write a character from these different places on our planet. If you haven't checked out last week's  So Your Character is from Spain ... be sure to hop on over there and give it a read!

Disclaimer: The content below may be culturally shocking to some. Each of these posts is as uncensored as possible to preserve the authenticity of the cultures of each of the interviewees.

(None of the Images are Mine)



Saturday, June 23, 2018

My Top 5 Favorite Series Endings and Why They're So Satisfying






Endings to a long series are so bittersweet. You've went on this big journey with a character/characters and now it's finally coming to a close. Sometimes this close is terribly unsatisfying (*coughs* Castle and Divergent *coughs*) and other times it comes to a close in such a perfect way that you can't imagine how it could be any better. I have a lot of favorite series endings (Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar ChildrenHarry Potter, and the Grisha Trilogy are honorable mentions), but these are what first comes to mind when I think of my top five. I also am going to talk about why these endings are so effective and how you can apply that to your story. 


Warning: Spoilers galore cause we're talking about endings here. What did you expect?



Friday, June 22, 2018

A Book Review of Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card




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In order to develop a secure defense against a hostile alien race's next attack, government agencies breed child geniuses and train them as soldiers. A brilliant young boy, Andrew "Ender" Wiggin lives with his kind but distant parents, his sadistic brother Peter, and the person he loves more than anyone else, his sister Valentine. Peter and Valentine were candidates for the soldier-training program but didn't make the cut--young Ender is the Wiggin drafted to the orbiting Battle School for rigorous military training.

Ender's skills make him a leader in school and respected in the Battle Room, where children play at mock battles in zero gravity. Yet growing up in an artificial community of young soldiers, Ender suffers greatly from isolation, rivalry from his peers, pressure from the adult teachers, and an unsettling fear of the alien invaders. His psychological battles include loneliness, fear that he is becoming like the cruel brother he remembers and fanning the flames of devotion to his beloved sister. 


Is Ender the general Earth needs? But Ender is not the only result of the genetic experiments. The war with the Buggers has been raging for a hundred years, and the quest for the perfect general has been underway for almost as long. Ender's two older siblings are every bit as unusual as he is but in very different ways. Between the three of them lie the abilities to remake a world. If the world survives, that is.

Series: The Ender Quintet (Book 1)

Genre: YA Science Fiction
Publisher: Tor Science Fiction (July 15, 1994)
Page Count: 352 pages

This is another story where I saw the movie first and so I knew about the big ending twist before. Some people I've spoken to say that may have hampered my enjoyment of the book, but I still wanted to read this classic. 


Tuesday, June 19, 2018

So Your Character is From Spain ... Featuring Ana @ The Misstery & Paula @ Flaw Decay






It's time for this week's So Your Character is ... Post! This is a weekly segment where I interview lovely volunteers from around the world to give you a firsthand account of being a citizen of their respective country or having a disability. I'm hoping to encourage international diversity, break stereotypes, and give writers a crash course on how to write a character from these different places on our planet. If you haven't checked out last week's  So Your Character is from Luxembourg ... be sure to hop on over there and give it a read!

Disclaimer: The content below may be culturally shocking to some. Each of these posts is as uncensored as possible to preserve the authenticity of the cultures of each of the interviewees.

(None of the Images are Mine)

Saturday, June 16, 2018

5 Ways Classic PC Adventure Games Trained Me to Be a Writer




It's no secret that I freaking love PC Adventure Games. I've been playing them since I was seven-years-old. My mom had a lot of them on floppy disc. Yes, floppy disc. If you don't know what those are, look them up (It's also what your save icon is in Microsoft Word). XD Then later on with CD-ROM (Now we have snazzy disc-less download stuff. I'm so grateful for that.). So I have many fond memories get on our dinosaur of a computer in the office after finishing my schoolwork for the day and spending time with some of my pixel best friends. I wouldn't be the same writer I am today without the many skills I learned by playing these games.

My computer growing up looked just like this one.


Friday, June 15, 2018

A Book Review of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling





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Harry Potter is midway through his training as a wizard and his coming of age. Harry wants to get away from the pernicious Dursleys and go to the International Quidditch Cup. He wants to find out about the mysterious event that's supposed to take place at Hogwarts this year, an event involving two other rival schools of magic, and a competition that hasn't happened for a hundred years. He wants to be a normal, fourteen-year-old wizard. But unfortunately for Harry Potter, he's not normal - even by wizarding standards. And in his case, different can be deadly.


Series: Harry Potter (Book 4)
Genre: YA Fantasy
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks (September 1, 2002)
Page Count: 752 pages

I'm on a Harry Potter kick right now, because I'm trying to get all the books read, including Fantastic Beasts, before The Crimes of Grindewald releases! I'm a slow reader and I'm getting these books from the library so it's a bit of a feat for me, but I think I'm going to make it!


Tuesday, June 12, 2018

So Your Character is From Luxembourg ... Featuring Stephanie @ Phannie the Ginger Bookworm





It's time for this week's So Your Character is ... Post! This is a weekly segment where I interview lovely volunteers from around the world to give you a firsthand account of being a citizen of their respective country or having a disability. I'm hoping to encourage international diversity, break stereotypes, and give writers a crash course on how to write a character from these different places on our planet. If you haven't checked out last week's  So Your Character is from Denmark ... be sure to hop on over there and give it a read!

Disclaimer: The content below may be culturally shocking to some. Each of these posts is as uncensored as possible to preserve the authenticity of the cultures of each of the interviewees.

(None of the Images are Mine)

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Writing Lessons from Anime: Noragami





A few years ago a friend introduced me to Noragami and it quickly became one of my favorite animes. I love it so much I've done a cosplay of Lady Bishamon! I fell in love with the neat dynamics of gods, phantoms, and mortals, but also amazing depth the show has. I wrote a whole article for Geekdom House about a plot thread from the second season.

Noragami means "Wandering God." In Japanese Shintoism, there are many gods and spirits and this show circles around that religion, particularly on a god named Yato who's almost completely unknown. He dreams of getting his own shrine and gaining flocks of worshippers. A human girl named Hyori got mixed up with this world of gods and phantoms when saves Yato's life and has now caused her soul to slip in and out of her body.

This is one of those plots where I sound kind of crazy when I try to explain it, but it's super good! Let me tell you about some writing points I learned from it!

Warning: Some spoilers. The biggest one is in five.





Friday, June 8, 2018

Questions for Cohen (Silhouette)!







Since Beautiful People has ended for the time being I thought I'd try reviving character interviews on the blog so I can talk about my books a little bit. This is Cohen Makovsky and he's the main character of my Adult Science-Fiction novel Silhouette. He had his own Beautiful People, but I need to get to know him even more. XD Let me tell you a bit about him. 

Cohen is a twenty-five-year-old convict from the planet Copec, but he's currently imprisoned on the volcanic planet of Valdura and furthermore, he's trapped inside a clay replica of himself as further punishment. He longs for the day the appraisers come and he has a chance to serve the rest of his sentence on a different brighter planet. 

Cohen was raised on an apiary in Copec with his mother and sister. He had a very poor upbringing and always dreamed of bringing a better life for his family. After receiving a scholarship, he went to university and gained a degree in mathematics and worked as an accountment before he got wrapped up in illegal financial dealings.

Besides his ambitions, he loves astronomy and one of the things he misses the most on Valdura is the inability to see the stars because of the planet's clouded toxic atmosphere. His best friend Osment helps him keep hope as each day grows closer to when he can leave Valdura and make his family proud of him again.




Leave your questions in the comments or in the form if you'd wish to remain anonymous or if you're having trouble with the comments. Cohen will answer them on June 29th! Thank you! 

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

So Your Character is From Denmark ... Featuring Michelle Ofelia @ #ofeliasbookshelf





It's time for this week's So Your Character is ... Post! This is a weekly segment where I interview lovely volunteers from around the world to give you a firsthand account of being a citizen of their respective country or having a disability. I'm hoping to encourage international diversity, break stereotypes, and give writers a crash course on how to write a character from these different places on our planet. If you haven't checked out last week's  So Your Character is from Costa Rica ... be sure to hop on over there and give it a read!

Disclaimer: The content below may be culturally shocking to some. Each of these posts is as uncensored as possible to preserve the authenticity of the cultures of each of the interviewees.

(None of the Images are Mine)

Saturday, June 2, 2018

Monthly Summary: May 2018





May was an eventful month! I met Victoria Aveyard author of the Red Queen series, I attended MegaCon, and got a second job!

Friday, June 1, 2018

MegaCon Orlando 2018 Report





This is my third year in a row attending MegaCon Orlando and I got to check yet another swath of celebrities and cosplays off my bucket list!


Tuesday, May 29, 2018

So Your Character is From Costa Rica ... Featuring Hannah Costello @ Que What Now?





It's time for this week's So Your Character is ... Post! This is a weekly segment where I interview lovely volunteers from around the world to give you a firsthand account of being a citizen of their respective country or having a disability. I'm hoping to encourage international diversity, break stereotypes, and give writers a crash course on how to write a character from these different places on our planet. If you haven't checked out last week's  So Your Character is from Hawaii ... be sure to hop on over there and give it a read!

Disclaimer: The content below may be culturally shocking to some. Each of these posts is as uncensored as possible to preserve the authenticity of the cultures of each of the interviewees.

(None of the Images are Mine)

Saturday, May 26, 2018

10 Realities of Being an Artist





My cousin Anne and I both on very similar paths in life. She's a struggling actress in New York City and I'm a struggling artist in Atlanta. We have a lot of phone conversations where we talk about the many similarities in our lives and I've noticed that from our talks and the observation of other artists' lives including people like Rhett & Link (their comedy is art XD) and even Johnny Depp, so I wanted to write a (hopefully) relatable post about some life as an artist struggles. 



Notice the Hufflepuff Lanyard. Anne, these gifs are for you.


Friday, May 25, 2018

A Book Review of Green by Ted Dekker




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As foretold by ancient prophets, an apocalypse destroyed Earth during the twenty-first century. But two thousand years later Elyon set upon the earth a new Adam. This time, however, he gave humanity an advantage. What was once unseen became seen. It was good and it was called...Green.

But the evil Teeleh bided his time in a Black Forest. Then, when least expected, a twenty-four year old named Thomas Hunter fell asleep in our world and woke up in that future Black Forest. A gateway was opened for Teeleh to ravage the land. Devastated by the ruin, Thomas Hunter and his Circle swore to fight the dark scourge until their dying death.


That was then. Now the Circle has lost all hope. And Samuel, Thomas Hunter's cherished son, has turned his back on his father and is aligning dark forces to wage the final war. Thomas is crushed--but determined to rescue the Circle and his son even if he has to cross two worlds to do so.

Series: The Circle Series (Book 4)

Genre: Adult Fantasy
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc; Reprint edition (June 1, 2010)
Page Count: 392 pages

After reading White I honestly didn't know what else there was for the Circle Series to tell. This book felt like an afterthought and it definitely went into a direction I didn't expect.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

So Your Character is From Brazil ... Featuring Naty @ Naty's Bookshelf & Thai @ Read Breathe and Repeat





It's time for this week's So Your Character is ... Post! This is a weekly segment where I interview lovely volunteers from around the world to give you a firsthand account of being a citizen of their respective country or having a disability. I'm hoping to encourage international diversity, break stereotypes, and give writers a crash course on how to write a character from these different places on our planet. If you haven't checked out last week's  So Your Character is from Hawaii ... be sure to hop on over there and give it a read!

Disclaimer: The content below may be culturally shocking to some. Each of these posts is as uncensored as possible to preserve the authenticity of the cultures of each of the interviewees.

(None of the Images are Mine)

Saturday, May 19, 2018

So Your Character is From Hawaii ... Featuring Taylor Bennett





It's time for this week's So Your Character is ... Post! This is a weekly segment where I interview lovely volunteers from around the world to give you a firsthand account of being a citizen of their respective country or having a disability. I'm hoping to encourage international diversity, break stereotypes, and give writers a crash course on how to write a character from these different places on our planet. If you haven't checked out last week's  So Your Character is from Grenada ... be sure to hop on over there and give it a read!

Disclaimer: The content below may be culturally shocking to some. Each of these posts is as uncensored as possible to preserve the authenticity of the cultures of each of the interviewees.

(None of the Images are Mine)

Friday, May 18, 2018

A Book Review of White by Ted Dekker



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"Never break the circle." For two realities, time is running out. In one world, a lethal virus threatens to destroy all life as scientists and governments scramble to find an antidote. In the other, a forbidden love could forever destroy the ragtag resistance known as The Circle. Thomas can bridge both worlds, but he is quickly realizing that he may not be able to save either. In the mind-bending conclusion to the Circle trilogy, Thomas must find a way to rewrite history as he navigates a whirlwind of emotions and events surrounding a pending apocalypse. The fate of two worlds comes down to one man's choice--and it is a most unlikely choice indeed.


Series: The Circle Series (Book 3)
Genre: Adult Fantasy
Publisher: Thomas Nelson; Anniversary edition (February 3, 2012)
Page Count: 528 pages

Though this isn't my favorite series ever, I still want to continue it and finish it cause I don't DNF. Red is probably my favorite of the series, but White still had its uniqueness.