Writer's Block: Sultans of swing
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Imagine your first chart-topping album has just been released. What sort of music is on it? What does the cover art look like?

If I had a chart-topping album. It would have a lot of Punk/Pop/Rock music on it. all my own songs too. I think I would use one my own drawings for the cover art.

Writer's Block: Money ain’t a thing
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If money were no object, what technology big or small would you buy tomorrow?

If money were no object I would buy a giant big screen t.v., a new laptop, a new iPhone and iPad

Still Reading...
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Still reading "Vamped" by Lucienne Diver. Its pretty good so far. Not gonna reveal much about the book until I finish it, but  I can say it is more of a Chick Lit book.
For those that want to know the release date of "Crescendo" it is on October 19, 2010. Yay!!

Writer's Block: Redo
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If there was something you could change about your past, what would it be?

The one thing I would change about my past is when I dropped out of high school.

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Poll #1612109 What is your favorite book genre?

What is you favorite book genre?

Biographies
0(0.0%)
Childrens books
0(0.0%)
Self-help books
0(0.0%)
Paranormal fiction
1(100.0%)
Sci-fi
0(0.0%)

Hush, Hush Review
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I just finished "Hush, Hush" by Becca Fitzpatrick. All I can say is that I cant wait until October for the sequel, Crescendo. This book was about Nora Grey, a sophomore from Coldwater, Maine. She doesn't know it but someone wants to kill her. She walks into her Biology class, and Nora is forced to switch seats due to a new seating arrangement. She is no longer Bio partners with her best friend, Vee Sky. Nora is now partners with the mysterious new transfer student, a senior named Patch Cipriano. Nora knows there is something off about him. The fact that Patch seems to know a lot about her is not only unsettling, but also makes her think he is stalking her. Over the next few days, Nora feels an unexplainable pull to him and it scares her.
 The backside of the book says:
                                    " Patch's eyes were black orbs. Taking in everything and giving away nothing. Not that I wanted to know more about Patch. Since I hadn't liked what I'd seen on the surface, I doubted I'd like what was lurking deep inside.
                     Only, this wasn't exactly true. I'd liked a lot of what I'd seen. Long, lean muscles down his arms, broad but relaxed shoulders, and a smile that was part playful, part seductive. I was in an uneasy alliance with myself, trying to ignore what had started to feel irresistible."
                                                       ------- from "Hush, Hush".
There is of course a whole lot more to the book than what I put. But no way am I going to reveal it to everyone. Go read the book if you want to know the rest of the story. I think this book is a sure fire hit and I give it 5 stars *****
Next on the book list is "Vamped" by Lucienne Diver

Writer's Block: In search of lost time
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