“Write like it matters, and it will”- Libba Bray #NaNoWriMo Day7


Good evening, everyone!

Why is it that I write best between 10 pm and 1 am? It is the worst time to write if you have to get up the next morning at 6am. Trust me, been there, done that. I went to bed late last night so I decided I should sleep in until 7 (gotta get my 6 hours of sleep someway 😝) Had some classes this morning and was the worst procrastinator this evening.

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“You fail only if you stop writing”- Ray Bradbury #NaNoWriMo Day 4

nanowrimo_2016_webbanner_participantHello fellow crazy people!

Today it finally hit me. I had no idea what to write, how to write, and in general why I should continue this story. Every great idea I had ever had for this story, just didn’t add up with the current direction the story was going. To avoid admitting I have been defeated, I started cleaning everything in my room.

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“Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.”- Anton Chekhov #NaNoWriMo Day 2

nanowrimo_2016_webbanner_participantHello everybody!

It is day 2 of NaNoWriMo! And I am still on track (so proud of myself 😝). The quote represents my struggles today. Show don’t tell. Or: try to find as many synonyms for one and the same activity. I wrote for at least 3 hours today and spent at least one third of the time on multiple dictionaries looking up new words.

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Hollow City by Ransom Riggs (Mrs. Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children #2)




Title: Hollow City

Author: Ransom Riggs

Genre: Fantasy

Publisher: Quirks Books

Date of Publication:

ISBN-13: 978-1594747359



Cairnholm is destroyed by Bombs and the loop, in which the boys and girls were safe from the Hollowgasts, is demolished by the monsters. Jacob and his friends are on the run and have a by far bigger problem: Miss Peregrine, the ymbryne of the peculiar children, is stuck in the form of a peregrine falcon and therefore not able to help.

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I´ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella


Title: I´ve Got Your Number

Author: Sophie Kinsella

Genre: Chicklit, Romance, Comedy

Date of first publication: 2012







Poppy has a really bad day. She lost her engagement ring and her phone got stolen in the same night. She then finds a phone in a trash can and keeps it because

once an item lands in a bin it belongs to the public, you know. Anyone can claim it.

She is freaking out and gives the number to everybody so they can call her when they find the ring, because she is really scared of what her fiancé and her fiancés parents would say.
The phone is a company´s phone and belongs to the PA of Sam Roxton, who calls her as he is looking for his PA.
Poppy convinces him to share the phone as she hopes for someone to call because of the engagement ring. They make a deal, where she forwards all emails to him and in return she can keep it for the time being. But then she starts to read all those messages and meddles in his business.

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New World: Ashes by Jennifer Wilson


Title: New World: Ashes

Author:  Jennifer Wilson

Genre: Dystopia

Homepage: The New World Series



WARNING: May contain Spoilers for New World: Rising!

Review to the first book in the series: New World: Rising by Jennifer Wilson


After Phoenix, a 17-year-old orphan rogue, sacrifices herself for her loved ones, her world again takes an unexpected turn. She may have forgotten her past, but it hasn’t forgotten her. A war is coming and her role in it will be pivotal.
That is… if she survives.

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