Wormhole: Writing November #NaNoWriMo

It’s November 1st! Let’s start the writing challenge off write! Lol


Hello friends!

I never mentioned this before, but I’m trying to write a novel. I have about 6 chapters but I can’t seem to generate anymore ideas for the book — I feel like this process is way bigger than how to cure writers block.

It’s like my mind jumps around like a toddler asking a thousand questions. Trying to keep coming up with ideas and focus on the outline I just couldn’t do it. So one day while browsing the internet, a website by the name of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWritMon), that seemed like it would help me.

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Bookworms: I almost forgot about you

Hello Bookworms,

Today’s book is brought to you by Terry McMillan, some of you may know her for books and movies like How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Waiting To Exhale, and Disappearing Act. She’s recently come out with another book (and I made sure to take my time to read it, so I can fully enjoy its fruitfulness story) called I Almost Forgot About You.

Dr. Georgia Young is an optometrist who is looking to switch professions, it wasn’t something that she wanted to do but did it because she thought that’s what her parents wanted her to do. Now that she’s older, she wants to try and switch professions, sell her house, go on a train ride, and not only that, why not look up old “flings” while we’re at it? And she does just that. While trying to find herself after two kids, failed marriages, and a profession she’s not happy in she almost forgets what makes her happy. But when a guy named Stanley (aka Stan) who comes back in her life you see her start to find true happiness (even if she’s hard headed).

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Bookworms: The Unheralded King of Preston Plains Middle

Hey Everyone,

I know I’ve just disappeared, but I’m in the process of transitioning to a new job. Although, I will miss my old job it wasn’t helping me with my bills and all that other boring adult stuff. In this time, I’ve been reading, like I always do, Unheralded King of Preston Plains Middle by Jedah Mayberry. Before I moved out of Connecticut, my neighbor’s son, wrote a book and she was so kind enough to give me a sample.

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Bookworms: Love, Lies, Scandal

Hello Bookworms,

This book, Love, Lies, Scandal by Earl Sewell, this book isn’t what I usually read but the cover grabbed my attention (even though you’re not suppose to judge a book by its cover, I do all the time lol) and surprisingly it was a good read. The book starts off about a successful women who has it all from her own network show to being married to a congress man, until within a blink of an eye she looses it all.

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Bookworms: Playing The Hand You’re Dealt

Hello everyone,

Today we have another book recommendation/review! I’m really excited about this one, it’s kind of a scandalous but trying to be true to her bestie kind of story. This book, Playing The Hand Your Delt by Trice Hickman, is a love story about how age difference doesn’t matters, but also not being able to express how you love that person because of family and not wanting to ruin your friendship with your best friend. While I was reading this, I often asked myself, would I ruin a friendship for my soul mate? And I honestly don’t know, to be honest. Then again you surprise yourself being put in a situation and how you react to it.

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Bookworms: The Forgotten Girl

The Forgotten Girls (Book #1 in The Suburban Murder Series) by [Steele, Alexa]

Hello Internet World,

I want to try something new which is book recommendations and reviews. I love to read and I always try to search for new books but never have anyone to recommend me to any so for all the people that are book worms like I am here is to you. Recently, I bought and just finished reading a book called, The Forgotten Girl by Alexa Steele. This was a really good book and I love it because not only is the story good but I learned a lot about female psychopaths such as how some of them don’t have real emotions.

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