I‘m about to start this one. I loved its first installment
I couldn‘t find this book by Amy Cross in the database so I suggested it. I don‘t know how long it takes to appear so I‘m just using the “no title” option for now.
I have to be completely honest, while I read the books in the series as soon as they came out the last few books were not my favorite. However, this book we see the return of Nalini Singh‘s previous interesting sweet but interesting stories. I‘m not sure what happened with the previous books but she is definitely BACK with this one.
This is a good book with excellent essays. Some essays I will be returning too time and again while others I‘m glad I read to learn something interesting but not in the scope I‘m interested in. Parts of them will probably be something I return too though.
This is my guilty pleasure non-fiction read
3.5 this was a good book though at times very confusing. Some concepts were explained well but others were not. All in all, there was some good information there but some of it needed a better explanation.
I‘m on page 145 and learning a lot, but I‘m also getting a little confused. I‘m not sure if the story in my head really fits into the steps that this book is explaining.
Yep, slooowly reading and working through the exercises.
I just finished chapter one and got some interesting notes out of it.
I‘m excited to start this book. I hope to learn a lot from this book to improve my stories...
When I finally sat down to read the book I finished it in one sitting, that is how easy it was to read. It was full of common sense information that you might think you know but you really don‘t or at least need to focus on. The book also had some good sections that I will be referring back too from time to time.
This is the second book in The Ghost of RedRise House Series. I read the book in two sittings mostly because I had to go to bed last night. I loved everything about the story so far and I feel like this installment was actually better than the first. It moved quicker and the story was smoother.
Just started reading the second book in the series, I wonder how long it will take me to finish it 🤔
After the first chapter and a half everything went down hill. The other gave descriptions of other methods in the remaining chapters...or was it a continuation of the Snowflake Method...I honestly couldn't tell and didn't care. So why didn‘t I completely bail? Welp, after reading the first half of the second chapter I got an elevator pitch for my novel, a one page synopsis and character outlines...er sort of.
This book is tiny, but even so I‘m reading it at snail pace because I‘m doing the work it is asking. How do I feel about it? Not sure yet...