Destroying things is so much easier than making them. It’s just a fact of life. And I know variations of this quote exist in like, every book ever, but this book was the first one where I encountered it. (I was not a well-read person back then. I’m still not.) So it stuck with me.
I’m so excited because this is literally the first book tag I’ve been nominated for. But I didn’t know what book tags were when I got nominated. I was like “Huh?” and had to do extensive Internet research before I really got it and felt like I could do this without messing up.
(Or at least, that’s my excuse for why I took so long to do this after I got nominated.)
I’ve recently decided that I’m lazy. So in order to prevent my extremely lazy self from doing nothing but stare at a wall this summer, I decided action must be taken.
I’m setting goals for myself. And in order to ensure I actually accomplish them, I’m announcing them and hoping that by announcing them, I will actually motivate myself to do them. Things I’m hoping I’ll do are: read the many books I have but haven’t read yet (I’m terrible) and finish my WIP. But it’s the latter I’m more focused on.
Last month, I told myself “You will finish your book by the middle of June.” That means that in 3 days, I’m supposed to be done with my Work-In-Progress (WIP). And things have not gone…well, not gone according to plan. *sighs* Continue reading “June Writing Goals”→
I can honestly say that I did not expect that ending. Because whoa. Until the very end, about like ten pages to the big revelation, things started coming together and I finally figured it out. But Mr. Hercule Poirot was just like “I’ve actually known for quite some time loser.
The book featured a boy named Nick as the main character. He and his best friend Marta get suspicious after their Biology teacher – Bunny Starch – goes missing and the principal tries to tell everyone that she had a “family emergency”.