Today, I’m working on finishing the sci-fi novel I started a year ago. It feels weirdly surreal that I’m going to be writing the last chapter, the last sentence, and the last words shared between my two male leads. Their relationship has grown as I’ve grown in numbering my pages, to the point where itContinue reading “On Finishing Writing a Book”
Rune Saint John is the last surviving member of his father’s Sun Court.
I read this book last year and forgot to write a review for it. Otherworld is about entering a virtual reality video game, one that feels very much like Sword Art Online. It’s a YA book for gamer enthusiasts, for young people who enjoy video games. As someone who games a bit, and liked SwordContinue reading “Otherworld (Last Reality # 1)”
Hello, everyone! I’ve been watching The Witcher a lot lately, and this is the catchiest song I’ve heard in a while. It’s cool, tells a great story, and adds a little humor to the style of the song. Especially the part where he “thrust every elf/far back on the shelf.” I love this show, andContinue reading “Toss a Coin to Your Witcher”
Hello, dear reader! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas! I love this time of year, not only because of my Christian faith, but because of the time I spend with my family.
Hello, dear reader! I hope you’re having a wonderful Christmas. I know I am. At my grandparents house, we eat supper, open presents, and enjoy each other’s company.
There’s just one vampire left: Fanning. Amy and her friends may have defeated have defeated Eleven of the Twelve, with the help of Brad Wolgast, but Zero, the vampire who also goes by the name Tim Fanning, is still out there.
Amy and her friends are busy trying to destroy the remaining Twelve–the vampires who were death row inmates, who were supposed to be soldier’s for the military–an experiment that went horribly wrong.
Hello, everyone! My current knitting project that I’ve taken up is knitting an Afghan. I’m using the moss stitch, which is where you knit one, then purl one for two rows before switching to purl one, knit one for the next two rows. It’s been a long time since I’ve tried following an actual pattern,Continue reading “I’m Knitting an Afghan!”
Thirty-two minutes. All it took was thirty-two minutes for one world to die, and for another to be born.