Happy 1st Wednesday!
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So today, I realized I actually spend too much time on my phone. Not particularly tweeting, which I do a lot on my non-writer Twitter account, but playing this little game called Pixel Dungeon. I've played over 500 times (you die very easily. Think Rogue or Castle of the Winds, if you're familiar with dungeon RPGs). I can play for hours because the goal is to get to the bottom and beat a demon, I think, and if it's like other dungeon games, go all the way back upstairs and leave victorious. What's more: there are 4 characters from which to choose, so you can play 4 different ways!
Problem with that, not only are my eyes extremely tired, but I could've been reading. *slaps forehead* I have to do more of it. I used to read SO much. My cousin's pop-pop remembered that about me the other day, and I blame college for taking my enthusiasm for reading away. I should've majored in Music. Less reading. lol
That said, today I will begin reading Natalie Whipple's Transparent. Definitely visit her page today, because she's also doing a cover reveal for Trust Me, I'm A Ninja, the sequel to her novel Relax, I'm a Ninja.
Today is also my Wednesday Words, so because I'm vowing to read more, I thought I'd connect my two topics. :) Using Random.org, I will be posting a few random lines from a random page from Transparent, so you get to see what I'm reading, and I get to see what I'm getting myself into.
There are 352 pages in the Kindle Edition, so Random has chosen.....pg. 136.
That's about 38.6% into the book. There are about 36 lines in that vicinity, so Random has chosen.....line 5.
He could be messing with us, and Mom would never recover from that kind of betrayal. She'd never try again.
Having read the sample, I know a little about what this is about. I can't wait to see how things turn out for Fiona.