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I should write, but I don’t

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I’ve always known that writing is the sole purpose of my life.  However, I don’t do it. I know I should, but I don’t.

This problem comes from the fear I have of opening up my computer and not doing justice to the story and characters that live inside my head.

Every time I start writing, it seems wrong. The arc, the point and the character changes whenever I type them down, and then the story is never quite the same. I hate it.

Therefore, I feel more comfortable keeping it inside me.

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Posted in Book Review, Contemporary, Fiction, Y.A., Young Adult

Colin Fischer by Miller & Stentz Book Review (Non-Spoiler)

Rating: 5/5

Publisher: Razor Bill

Publishing Date: 2012

Genre: Young Adult Mystery Contemporary Fiction

When I bought this book I was expecting a character based story that depicted the life and eccentricities of a teenage high school boy with Asperger syndrome. That being said I expected a certain degree of character development and some type of difficult interactions and relationships with those around him. To say the least, I was expecting something with which I could vicariously experience what it’s like to deal with the condition.

However, I was highly deceived by this book’s synopsis.

Because it was so much better than what I expected and offered so much more than just a mystery.

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Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli Book Review (Non-Spoiler)

Raiting: 4.5/5

Publisher: Balzer + Bray

Publishing Date: 2015

Genre: Y.A Contemporary Romance 

 *I, with a dumb smile on my face, get to page 303*

“Awww, this is so fucking cute. I want more”

*Me turning the page and encountering the acknowledgments section. Blood drains from face, lips turn pale and eyes go red. Then furiously turn the page back again and then turn it again and the acknowledgment’s page is still there*

“Noooooo!!!! Why is this book over?!”

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