Last linkity of 2018! See you next year…

Bookity

Think, Do, Make, Learn

Cookity

Gluten Free

Cool

Cool or Wha…?

Wha…?

LOL

Teh Cute

Reading Update

  • Lotta fanfic this week. πŸ™‚

*streeeeeetch* -Mayhem

In which organization returns to linkity

Bookity

Think, Learn, Make, Do

Gift Ideas

Cookity

Gluten Free

Artsy Crafty

Cool

Cool or Wha…?

Wha…?

LOL

Teh Cute

Reading Update
Hilda and the Hidden PeopleHilda and the Hidden People (Book 1) by Luke Pearson & Stephen Davis. It was an ok kids fantasy story about a blue-haired girl named Hilda who discovers there’s an awful lot of she wasn’t aware of right outside her own house. It felt a little flat to me – from perusing the other reviews, I wonder if I’d find the original graphic novel more appealing?


“Did you hear that, Mom?!!” -Mayhem

Linkity breezing by again because work is very workity

For the second week in a row, I’m working through my linkity time, so the below mess of links is what I managed to put together during an afternoon conference call… πŸ˜‰

Reading Update
The Lost Days (Emily the Strange Novels, #1)The Lost Days, Emily the Strange: Stranger and StrangerStranger and Stranger, Emily the Strange: Dark TimesDark Times, and Emily the Strange: Piece of MindPiece of Mind (Emily the Strange 1-4) by Rob Reger & Jessica Gruner. Good four-book young adult series about the strange adventures of Emily the Strange, as told by Emily in her journal.


“You may admire how cute I am, yes.” -Mayhem

Linkity rushing by in a blur

Things are just crazy this week! I have to work during my usual linkity time, so I’m going to slap a couple of links down and call it good for the week. Hope all of you are well! πŸ™‚

Reading Update
No Plot? No Problem!: A Low-Stress, High-Velocity Guide to Writing a Novel in 30 DaysNo Plot? No Problem! A Low-Stress, High-Velocity Guide to Writing a Novel in 30 Days by Chris Baty. This book was absolutely perfect for me to start reading a week or so before starting my very first NaNoWriMo – it had a great balance of reassurance, reality checks, and humor. I read each section of the book at the time recommended in the book and found that to be really helpful – it prepared me for each week without overwhelming me any more than I was already. And hey – I hit my 50k on 25 Nov 2018!
How to Be a Heroine: Or, What I’ve Learned from Reading Too Much by Samantha Ellis. Very good autobiographical look back at some of the author’s favorite heroines from when she was growing up – I really liked how she explained what each heroine had meant to her as a kid and what she saw now, upon rereading.


*radiating malevolence* -Chaos