Friday, December 24, 2010

It's the most wonderful script of the year!!!

Happy Christmas, Merry Hanukah, and Good New Year to those of you following, reading, and loving this blog! Wait.... Isn't it supposed to be Merry Christmas? Oh well. =)
I am trying my writing hand at something relatively foreign to me (no... I'm not talking about editing). I've tried it once before but as I was doing that, my computer screen went kaput. And so went my first Script Frenzy.... (98 days until the frenzy!) More on 2011 Frenzy to come later...

Right now! I have a little song about the relatively foreign thing (TV script writing) for you to hear (or read or sing). I call it It's the Most Wonderful Script of the Year! And, it goes to the tune of It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year. The song goes a little something like this...

It's the most wonderful script of the year
with Tessa disappearing
and the doctor sonicing
the non-wooden door!
It's the most wonderful script of the year!

It's the best written season of all
With those bad weeping angels
and Vash-ta Nerada
when the Doctor is called!
It's the best written season of all!

There'll be funny blue planets
new monsters for chasing
and running around in the snow.
There'll be Doctor Who stories
and tales of his glories
from his Christmases long, long ago!

It's the most wonderful script of the year
there be many miles running
and much timey-wimey
and more than one Geronimo!
It's the most wonderful script of the year!

Yeah, there'll be the TARDIS to take us
wherever time lets us
maybe to the 15th New NYC
The Doctor won't make sense
But, Tessa will care less
'Cause that is just how he rolls!!

It's the most wonderful script of the year!
There be much present giving
And Nutcrackers be dancing
When Tchaikovsky is near!
It's the most wonderful script
It's the most wonderful script
It's the most wonderful script of the year!!!!!!!!

As you can see, it is a Doctor Who TV script. I have high hopes, very high hopes.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Well, you probably heard....

Well, you probably heard because I told everyone I talked to AND screamed it out my window.... actually I didn't do that, it was like one in the morning... but I won NANOWRIMO!!!!!!! YAH!!!!! TAKE THAT NON-NANOERS!

So Sats-
Finished Rough Draft Word Count- 38,000-ish which is about 150 pages- not bad.
Finishing NaNo Word Count- 50,295 words after writing six short stories.
Finishing Date- November 27 at 1:11 AM..... I would have made a wish, but I was to excited!
Total pages edited so far: 11

Want Proof? I got it!

Yeah! Take that. Proof!

Now, I'm throwing down the gauntlet and challenging you to write a 50,000 word novel in the month of November next year. If you don't, well.... you'll regret it.... somehow. 

Write on!

Snowie =)


Thursday, November 25, 2010


Happy Thanksgiving everyone! You are now free to move about the room and put up Christmas decor. =)
That is if you are done with your NaNo noveling. I still am not, but am getting close, very close.
To disrupt the mood I have some sad, happy news. I ended my novel by killing Kate the main character. Sad, I know, but I'm happy it's done. Now I can use the one thing on my winners goodies to get a free-ish copy of it in book form.

That's right, WINNER'S GOODIES! They're all mine! Muhahahahahaha! I will win! I just have to edit my story in December and send it into this one company. Plus I have to create cover art. Any ideas?

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

More reviews From my other site! =)

The River By Gary Paulsen
Brian is somewhat enjoying the time after his time in the wild. Things seemed to be getting back to normal after all the media stopped bugging him. For a while he feels normal again..... But, something is still bugging him. He can't walk through the park without hearing every single bird call and locating it. His mouth waters every time he smells food and he can't help missing the peace and quiet of the woods. Brian will get his chance to go back and this time its not against his will.
Nearly two years after he was rescued, three men from the Government Survival Agency (or something like that) come to his house and tell him "We want you to do it again." Brian says yes and is flown of to the middle of Canada with Derek Holtzer, a psychologist, who will take notes on how Brian survives the wilderness. When Derek is struck by lightning and put in a coma, Brian decides to build a raft and float almost 100 miles down river to an old trading post where there may or may not be people.
I recommend this book to anyone who has read Hatchet. It was a nice, short read, perfect for a cross-state car trip. I'd give it four stars any day.

The Host by Stephanie Meyer
This book begins with Melanie, one of the last remaining "wild humans" being captured by the Souls, a group of aliens that have invaded Earth and are controlling human bodies. Wanderer, a Soul, has herd of the complications of human hosts. Once Wanderer is inside, Melanie floods Wanderer's thoughts with images and memories of her brother, Jamie, and her love, Jared. After having enough, Melanie embarks on a journey to find these "wild humans" as well as Jared and Jamie. Throughout the journey, Wanderer and Melanie face near death experiences, a rude Seeker, and life changing experiences. I thought it was a really good book filled with adventure and emotion. I recommend it to anyone who likes fantasy/sci-fi or people who like love stories. Definitely worth at least 4 stars 

Heart of Valor by L.J. Smith
The sequel to the thrilling Night of the Solstice, The four Hodges-Bradley children are drawn back into the exciting mysteries of the magical world, the Wildword. As the great sorceress Morganna Shee is pulled away on a journey to face her enemy who escaped the Wildworld before the passage was shut, her young teenage apprentice, Janie Hodges-Bradley is left in charge of protecting her older sister, twin brother, and younger sister from the magical beings the evil Thia Pendriel has sent after them. After many twists and adventures, the children find themselves facing the enemy themselves, along with the Council of the Wildworld. I recommend this book to anyone with a love of magic and adventure. A definite 5 star book. 

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Off on a tangent, but it doesn't matter for this is about Harry Potter.

This video PROVES that the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is real and I'm not talking about the theme parks.

Just click this link and see for yourself. Dun Dun DUNNNN Lord Voldi had taken over Grand Central Station! AHHHHHHHH! I applaud you Voldi.

Epic Harry Potterness

Best of Writings,
Your esteemed friend,

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

A little update on NaNo and NS

Hello, world!!!!!! As I emerge like a groundhog from this burrow of blankets and writing, dramatic music sings. LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! Beautiful, right? Now, *clears throat*


I have come to you bearing very important news from me, myself. First off, I reached 262 pages in the Night Stalker. YAY! Happy day! I'll have to tell you all about NS someday (characters, plot, ect.). You'll be the first to hear the detailed description. When other people ask, I just say that it's about a girl in World War III. 

As for The 13th Games and NaNo. I am at 14788 words and going strong, right on track. So far, Kate's father has been kidnapped, Alex's Aunt has died, and Kate has solved a murder mystery. Let's see if you can figure out the first and second clues she gets.
Clue One: I have the largest eye in the world.
Clue Two: 

Tick, tock goes the clock
telling time nonstop
Slower, slower 
come the chimes
of two
and nine
Then appear, the magic heard
the next clue's hiding word.

Pretty snazzy right? That's what I thought. 

Until next post

Saturday, October 30, 2010

1 day!

One day til NaNoWriMo!!!!!!! Can't wait! My plot is done, I have the start in my head, aiming for 60,000 words in one month!!!!!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Friday, October 15, 2010

NaNoWriMo and the Night Stalker

Well November is almost ready to bite us in the butt with its vicious little dog they call NaNoWriMo. I am NOT ready for it. I still have to get down all the places I'm going to go in all the countries I'm going to be in. Anyone know what Chile looks like?

The Night Stalker is going amazing! By Monday, I think,  I should be at 225 pages and I am now at 222 pages.  A week from now I have to be at 235. So that's a little over 13 pages in one week. Then on the Twenty-eighth I want to be at over 245 pages. I hope I can do that because this will be about the last time I write in NS for almost a month and a half!

Yay, invisible people!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Night Stalker and NaNo and how they are related

Well right now I am at 216 pages in the Night Stalker. Yay!!!!!The back of my second notebook for this story is completely filled (I start in the middle of my notebooks and then got to the back then the front, it helps, idky.) I think I wrote 91 pages in the back. Anyways its going good but the end of possibly just the first book is in my sight, its blurry, yes, but in my sight and reach. I CAN do it!

NaNoWriMo is sooooo close! The excitement is getting to me. On the 16th I plan to start getting everything ready. I've got to get my general plot down, memorize my characters names, and figure out the beginning chapter. So far so good!

NS is like my little warm up novel. Currently I am writing 1 to 3 pages a day. It takes about 3 and a half pages a day to stay on track with NaNoWriMo. I know I can do it. Hopefully this year I won't take 5 days off for research on silly Prague like I did last year. Though that is the reason I love Prague to much now!

Best of writing, Invisible Peeps!

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

200 pages? I think so!!!!

Almost at 200 PAGES! Yip Pie! I do mean pie.
I was having a bout of writers block in writing class, otherwise known as English. We were supposed to write about something we truly love. It could be in any form. This is what I came up with:

Ligers, panthers, and bears, oh my!
Came to eat my Apple Pie.
Chrurch fell down
burnt to the ground.
Ligers, panthers, and bears, oh my!

Not very good, but hey! Give me a break!

Cyclone, my cat
Cyclone, my fat cat
Cyclone, my big, fat cat
Cyclone, my big, fat kitty cat

Cyclone, my cat, has golden fur
Cyclone, my fat cat, howls at cars
Cyclone, my big, fat cat, chases tennis balls
Cyclone, my big, fat kitty cat, is a dog

It is worse than the first. So, I tried again and came up with the one I am going to use in class. My other option was British men with bicycle moustaches and accents. Funny, but hard to fit into a poem.

Long Fuzzy Socks 
O, long fuzzy socks,
what would life be without you?
Let me count the ways.
My toes would be cold.
My feet would freeze.
My calves, unfashionably plain.
The world would be colorless;
school would be boring
although, it already is.
I love you long fuzzy socks
for all the things you do.
I love you even more
because you match my shoes!