I’m still reading, but I also am writing. I have to write now, because I need to get to the important parts. I’m tired of wasting time at the beginning. I’m going to write everything, then go back and change it. I have been really lazy about working on the book, and then indesicive about what I did write. That ends now. I know what I want to happen, I just have to spend the time to get there. It’s no different than anything else really. You have to be prepared to work for your goals.
Homework is also starting to pick up, with larger amounts of new concepts in all classes. It’s just that time of the year again. I am going to state shoot for archery. I scored eleven points over the minimum entry score, coming in a 71 points. Between school, writing, and archery practice, I’ve got my time cut out for me. But, since I’m serious about school and archery, and now writing as well, I am going to have to cope and learn to manage time. It’s time to quit being late.
Until next time, I am: moving forward.
I finished Seraphina and Magesterium. The former is the draconian one and the later is about a divided future earth where half is science and half is magic. It was a good storyline, but the author’s writing style was annoying and a little boring. I didn’t end up finding out about all of the mutant half-breeds in Seraphina, but there is a woman covered in feathers and a boy who has dragon scales in his throat.
I am currently working my way through The Exiled Queen, from the Seven Realms series. It is turning out to be just as good as the first book. Of the two parallel storylines, I prefer Han Alister to Princess Raisa. Call me a fan of wizards. Apparently they date sometime during this book. Weird concept: princess and a thief turned wizard.
Until next time, I am: still reading.
My newest book is somewhat related to genetics. The main character is part human and part dragon. She has scales around her waist and arms. There are only 18 total half-breeds. There is a boy like her, an old lady with a tail, a man with an air sac around his throat, a lady with wings, and a creature that resembles a giant slug, among the ones I have met so far.
I have quite a few new books, so expect a post on most of them.
Until next time, I am: reading.
I qulified for state at my archery postal. I also saw Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. I liked it, but that’s just my opinion. I’m also reading a new series called The Seven Realms. It is awsome, but I can’t borrow the second book because it has already been checked out. I suppose I’ll just have to wait. Just like the three other series I am starting. Authors need to write faster.
I’m planning to do lots of homework and reading this weekend. Other than that, my plans are still full. Like always.
Until next time, I am: going back to the books.
Things I’m currently thinking: Do animals have blood types? Being a universal receiver is better than being a universal donor. I’m tired. I want to read my newest book. I don’t want to read my newest book, because it will be over. Chinese food rocks. I need to read directions carefully, because I might give someone coconut instead of orange flavored candy.
Also, a universal receiver. A universe. A is an article applying to words beginning with a consonant, while an applies to words starting with a vowel. Universe, unibrow, unicycle, unicorn, unanimous vote. All have “yew” sound, and are modified by “a.” I’ve never noticed that before. English…
Today was filled with much reading and eating of chinese food. I also found that between a pet scorpion and a tarantula, I pick th tarantula. I don’t like scorpions, even though I rarely see them. It’s not fear so much as the knowledge that they have pincirs and stingers, two things I prefer to avoid. I’m still a fan of tortoises. Turtles are less interesting. They are too wet and they have weird faces. I have decided that I’m never getting an Egyptian toroise. Licenses to own endagered animals are too difficult to obtain and a pet isn’t worth illegal activity. I must now find a new variety of tortoise.
Until next time, I am: reading.
I’ve finished the book The Children of Hurin. It really was just an expanded section of the Sillmarilion. I’m not impressed. Now, I’m just sitting here, doing homework and watching The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. I should read the series again. It was great, even though I never really got into The Boy and His Horse. I really need some new books. I’m still reading the Chaos Walking Trilogy. I don’t like it, but it’s an interesting concept: everyone reading everythought of every person and creature’s mind. It’s called the Noise, and it would be.
I think being able to read minds would be a useful superpower, but if it couldn’t be turned off I would probably go insane. Who wants to hear EVERY thought? I still think pausing time and teleporting are the best two superpowers. I think I like those because I’m always late. Pause time and take as long as you want to get somewhere. Teleport and you are there instantly. Definitely awesome. Flying would be cool, but I can think of way too many issues.
Until next time. I am: watching TV.
Super excited about the science trip. Is it ok to call it that? We had the Music trip, so this is the Science Trip. I’m calling it that
Several people are freaking out about the cadaver lab. I don’t see what the problem is. I mean, they’re dead. It’s not that big of a deal. Personally, I blame over-imaging. People see a dead body and freak out, or get scared, or cry. It’s a body. The body is no longer alive. It’s remains of a person, not an actual person. Maybe zombie movies are getting too popular. Personally, I’m really excited.
The forensic lab sounds great too. I like lab work, and I have to admit that I watch waaay too much CSI and Castle. I know things take longer, but the forensic lab sounds great. The college tour sounds good, not as interesting, but okay. The Washington Pavillion will be fun. Knowing our class, we may be a little bit wild there, but we should be able to contain most of our chaotic nature. Probably…
The hotel full of our class plus a few other may be a little worse. That will be fun too!
Until next time, I am: ready for April