Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Reading Fun and Writer Insecurities #IWSG
My photo above is a representation of my work on book 2. I'm getting into it, but getting all caught up in a tangle ;)
That was the insecurity part of the post. Glad that's over. On to the fun part: Reading!!
Wool by Hugh Howey is a post-apocalypse/dystopian set underground in silos. An interesting world with fully fleshed-out characters. Loved it.
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black is a YA fantasy set in a the rich, dangerous world of Faerie. This wasn't what I had expected. It can be quite dark at times. Another great read.
The Sword of the Templars by Paul Christopher is a treasure hunt type book. Think National Treasure, or Lara Croft with less acrobatics, or a modern day Indiana Jones with less swashbuckling. I got this because it was part of my brother's collection I inherited. This one is a light, fun read.
How has your writing been going? What have you been reading lately? What are you struggling with at the moment?
This post was written for the IWSG. Every first Wednesday of the month the members of our group post on their blogs about their writing insecurities or offer some encouragement to others. If you are new to the IWSG or want to learn more, then please go HERE