And while I liked it, I don’t believe it holds up to Delirium…
I’ll maybe elaborate later, but something just seemed off during the book.
As we await the return or our beloved series, both in book form and on TV, I ask that you follow You Win Or You Blog, where I fangirl about the series, post updates, and when possible, give reviews and analysis of some aspects of this crazy universe.
Do it! Please! :D
Cast me in something. Anything.
- Broadway show
- Television show
I’m really interested in hearing what roles everyone could see me playing…past, present, and future. Leave your casting choices in my ask box.
You Win Or You Blog is my blog devoted to A Song of Ice and Fire book series, and the HBO show Game of Thrones.
Great Responsibility is my collection of super hero media and of my own little creations.
Music Is The New Black will be my own performing platform, where I will post my videos and work to improve myself musically.
So, if you feel like following any of these blogs, you’re awesome. :D
THEN JOIN ME AT MY BLOG.
Annoying caps aside, please check out my ASOIAF blog, where I will be reblogging incessantly about the series, and posting some worthwhile stuff of my own. (At least, I hope its worthwhile!
So I have great friends who support me despite me being a complete lunatic, and I just want to highlight that.
I’ve been writing for a while, and now I’m concentrating on one series. Hopefully I’ll be able to finish this summer! WIth Mission Kaleb, it is totally possible.
Mission Kaleb is what my friends Ryan and Christina made up to help me out. I am a horrible procrastinator, so when I told them my story prompt, they pretty much decided they would force me to write this. I update them with changes and anything I’ve decided, and they give me their wonderful and helpful advice. Since then we’ve had more members join the project, but due to my hectic schedule we haven’t been able to meet up recently.
BUT ALL THIS SHALL CHANGE.
I AM MOTIVATED.
So I just felt like burbling. My goal is to have the first book finished this year, and to have it public. I’m writing this for people to read. If I have one fangirl or fanboy love my writing, I will be content.
(Of course, I am fairly confident it’ll have more, if only for the fact that Mission Kaleb has already proved that this could maybe be successful.)