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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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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