September 18, 2011

Lousy Weekend

Hello, lovely readers!  I've had a terrible weekend.  I've come down with a cold. :( Plus, I should really be starting Call of the Wild as bonus reading for school, and work on tackling my pile of science homework....nah, I'll wait until I'm feeling a tad better tomorrow.  Even though I have about six drawings of plants to do, tons of questions, a lab report, test studying....yeah, I should start tonight, LOL!

I'm looking for some new reading.  Do you think The Hunger Games would be appropriate for a Christian?  I need something to read (besides Call of the Wild) while I wait for Home for the Holidays and The Son of Neptune.

In other news, I think I'll be participating for the first time in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month).  It's in November, and there's no prize (unfortunately), but it might give me the incentive to finish my second MDBC fanfiction, and several other books I've been working on.  Are any of you going to participate?  Not everyone's a writer, and I get that (and to be honest, I'm glad because it means less competition, LOL), but it would be cool to talk about our books on here.

TTFN, readers!  I'm off to go tackle that pile of science homework....oh, how I already hate it, and I've only been doing science for two weeks!

5 comments:

  1. I'm waiting for The Son Of Neptune too. PS, I love your blog-I am 100% a bookworm :)

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  2. I love your blog!
    How about A Wrinkle In Time? That whole series is awesome.

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  3. Thank you very much, Anonymous. :) My aunt got me the first book in that series for Christmas about two years ago, and I really didn't like it. I'm not really a sciency person.

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  4. Oh well:(
    What about The Last Dragon Chronicles By Chris D'lacey?
    It's more fantasy than science.

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  5. Emma, I feel so bad! I totally forgot about your blog! So I'm catching up now. :P

    YOU'RE DOING NANO!!! I did it last year and made the goal, but I'm not sure if I have time this year with the way homework has been piling up. Maybe I will, though.

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