Wednesday Goals~The End
I've changed the title of my Wednesday posts so the focus is no longer just on writing, but encompasses reading as well. It felt like I wasn't giving reading the attention it deserves. After all, it's vital for us writers to read.
#WriteGoal: Complete the stage of editing that I was in on my current work in progress, and I achieved it! *throws confetti* However, that leads right into the next stage of the editing project. *sigh* Such is writing, oh well.
#ReadGoal I finished reading Tears of the Broken by A.M. Hudson and I really liked it. It is a very different type of book from those I normally read and the change was refreshing. There wasn't the usual action-packed chapters that I'm used to which keep you on your toes. But that's okay, there was something equally as wonderful. There was a sweet romance that simmered throughout the entire book, deepening like a good cup of tea as it went along. Though it's a YA paranormal, it reads like a contemporary romance and I've got to tell you, the mix of the genres was quite good. The character building and handling of back story in this novel was fantastic. I'd recommend this for anyone who enjoys a novel that builds slowly and loves characters that get their hooks into you.
I'm trying to put forth more effort into reading as well. Great to hear about your writing goals. Yay you. :0)ReplyDelete
Still struggling finding time to write with my day job but I feel progress when I find time to get it in and also read too.
Thanks Karen! And it feels good to be reading more, so relaxing! Hang in there, you'll get your writing time in soon, one way or another. Come on May!!!Delete
I had the best meeting (via phone) with my agent yesterday. My goal now is to accomplish some writing this week!ReplyDelete
That's excellent Shannon, congrats! And good luck with your new goals.Delete
Congrats on meeting your goal. I've got some manuscript I need to finish and get off to my advisor in the next two weeks.ReplyDelete
My figers are crossed for you that you get to finish it!Delete
I might need to read Tears of the Broken, Heather. I love a character-driven novel that builds slowly! Congrats on your editing/writing goals, too.ReplyDelete
It may be a great novel for you Linda! As long as you don't mind YA and a taste of the paranormal. The nice part though, for non-paranormal readers, is that the element is light.Delete
Thanks for sharing another great book. I'm definitely going to read this one too. Thank you!ReplyDelete
It will make a lovely pool side or beach read! Hopefully you get the chance to do one or both soon. You need a vacation! :)Delete
Oooh, Tears of the Broken sounds like something I might like! Right now I'm reading Major Pettigrew's Last Stand, and I'm falling in love with this character. Funny thing is, he's a crotchety old man :)ReplyDelete
Congratulations on reaching your goals. That's awesome!
Sounds like an excellent read that can win you over despite the character's flaws, love that! And thanks hon. :)Delete
Tears of the Broken. Such a great, evocative title. Your post has me intrigued about this book! RolandReplyDelete
It is a fantastic title isn't it?Delete
I'm with Roland - I love the title 'Tears of the Broken'. Sounds like a wonderful read.ReplyDelete
It's a sweet romance with a heart wrenching undertone, all done at a nice, slow pace where we really get to know the characters.Delete
That book sounds really incredible. Also, keep at the writing, girl. Proud of you!ReplyDelete
Aw, thank you! *blushes and tears up...*Delete
Good luck with the editing. That's my favorite part of writing. :DReplyDelete
*high-five* Me too! Thanks hon. :)Delete