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Blinking is always smart. And OH MY GOSH, SPIDER!!!!!!! EEEEEEEPPPPPPPP!!!!!!!! I HATE spiders!!! That must have made it terrifying... But I know! I was just sitting thre at the premire, cleaning to my friend and whispering, "Ohmygoshamutt'sgonnacomehurtPeeta,mypoorpoorPeeta,ohmygoshohmygoshohmygosh." And she's like, "Shut up, nothing happens yet!" And right as she said that, the thing popped out, and we screamed like bloody mary. It was horrible!
Seriously? GO LARGE STICKS!!!!! My brother wouldn't wake up... He is SUCH a heavy sleeper. We watched it on my birthday (I had just gotten the movie), and it got to that part and I closed my eyes when I knew it was coming, but I didn't hear it so I peaked an eye open just as it attacked. Though I screamed like it was life or death, I'm glad I opened my eyes. Two friends were sitting in a chair together and fell off opposite sides, another two friends were standing and one jumped into the other's arm, and three were screaming on the catch, grabbing at each other and trying to push back farther. The friend I went to the midnight premire and I were sitting in the corner, each clutching a pillow, ad we threw those pillows into the air and grabbed each other. I'm sure our faces were priceless. The strange thing is, my parents said they heard the screams, but decided to ignore them. They'd never seen the movie, they didn't know what had hapened, but they didn't think it was worth checking up on us for. Really?
I think I might, if only to read about the action... Do you have the link or anything?
Yeah, it might be good, except there's not exactly action... It's mostly made up of fillers, so... Yeah, I saw the midnight premire of it, and trust me. No one kept their cool. My friend and I screamed through the entire scene, and we actually got a lot of odd looks... I mean, eventually, after seeing it a lot, you know exactly when it comes and can blink the split second that the mutt comes in (That's what it's called, a mutt), and then it's not as scary. The last time I watched it, I actually got through the attack with only falling off the couch!
Yeah, I can't do the same idea. I love the stories the way they are and I don't want to change them! Of course, when others change them, they can be pretty good... But I always create another character with a story all their own. Like the one for Hunger Games. It takes place in the same period as the book, but it's a completely different story idea with a completely different look at the games. That's how I always write things... They they're never really amazing...
That's fine. I can't wait to see how it ends up! Do you want Michelle and I to join the group as well?
From how much I read, I could tell; Hush, Hush is amazing! I really want to read it... And a friend told me the same thing about The Gathering. It wasn't great, but it wasn't bad. It was eh. And there aren't many... None that I know that are actually just bad. I know there was a book I read and I hated... What was it...
I actually do like the PJ fanfiction, but I am yet to find asuper fantastic one! I've also tried a few Hunger Games with no huge luck either. But I am actually absolutely addicted to Rise of the Guardians! I don'tknow why, but the movie was great, and the fanfiction is SO fluffy and painful, and it's just nfldsjfdjk!!! I've written a bit, but none posted yet. I'm making sure I have a clear enough story line so that it doesn't absolutely suck. But the two I've written (Or begun to write, as it is) are Hunger Games and Percy Jackson... related. They have a very different story to them, and only sort of hold the basics of the books, not the real stories. Well... Not exactly the real stories. I'm not making sense, am I?
O.O Okay then, you seem to have gotten everything done. Yeah, I actually never finished them. I started reading both a few months ago, but then my friend showed me fanfiction. I haven't read more than 100 pages of real books since... Yes, I know. It's just sad. But fanfiction is just so addicting!!! And then my mom returned them... I need to check them out again...
Hey, I was wondering! Do you think we'd get more people on the mission if we started the new mission as a new group? Then people wouldn't be seeing it as an old, unactive group and we might get more people. We could tell everyone on the mission so far that it's getting moved to the new group and have them join. It might also get more people to be active.
Okay, go with the flow! That's what we always do, right? Works out in the end!
Yeah, maybe. Since Alex and Undine are friends, she would do that. Maybe all she'll know at first is her brother's disappearence, then Cortez can tell her after the mission about her parents.
Your welcome! Hey, I was wondering. How will we end our mission. I mean, I know we find out it wasn't Xavior, but how will we get there and what drama will come in the end? And how do you suggest I bring in Undine's family's kidnapping? I'm not sure how I want her to find out...
I think another mission would be best... You could make multiple books where each book includes a different mix of characters. For the most part, that's how it will work out anyway. But yeah, another mission seems like the best bet. It's the only way to fit in all the new people.
Question. In the Unseen group, can we have a listing of who is on each team? I keep forgetting. And there should be a relatively even number.
Sorry, I had computer issues and still have some. I'll try to be on as often as possible. I replied. :)
Dracula: Hearts of Stone
We start with a shiny new pot of boiling water and add too many evil vampires, and not enough of the good biters. Toss in one suicidal Dracula; add a cup of mayhem and a dash of romance. Oh yes, and a pinch of mirth. Stir lovingly and you have a novel by A. J. Gallant. If it sounds like the recipe for you then you must read Dracula: Hearts of Stone.
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Unrealistic or not my writing gives me hope. But with something like 50 000 books published a month it is a little discouraging. I didn’t think there were that many writers out there.
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Hi, I was wondering if you'd like to join this group for writers. Our overall aim is to support, critique and help each other with our writing, and to, eventually, promote one special author in the group.
Hopefully that got you even the slightest bit interested XD Feel free to join: http://www.shelfari.com/groups/98701/about
We're awaiting your appearance ^_^
Oh, yeah, totally. Sorry, I only have my kindle to do stuff on, so I don't really see notes easily. But yeah, that sounds fun!