Monday, July 5, 2010

I Need Therapy

I really do.

If I was a main character in a book, I would be really upset at the author. REALLY.

So, I was thinking...I'm in a situation. It's complicated. Though I normally tell BFF and CJ everything; something happened that I can't confide in either about. Not even just can't....but won't.

I've already told them I was crazy.

I think in some cases that was where I went wrong.

* is possible that I got distracted from my original point which had something to do with writing...*
(I have been awake for way too many hours and I don't see relief anywhere in sight.)

Okay, so my point is this; I'm going to write an autobiography. It's going to be the next Twilight. Complete with Vampires and Vampiresses and even a real live Demon. Only it's my life, people.

Somewhere in a past life, I really screwed someone over. Like...Badly. Meaning, my autobiography will most likely suck. And not in a vampire kind of way.

On a more positive note, I will have a review tomorrow of The Body Finder by Kimberly Derting. Yay! I am about to go to the gym (why not, haven't slept nor will I in the future) and finish reading it while I work off some frustrations fat.


  1. I love The Body Finder. Enjoy the ending . . . and the gym. :D

    And good luck with your autobiography.

  2. It's been a long while since I've visited your neck of the woods, I don't know how old this background is but I love it!!

    Ooo I look forward to your review on The Body Finder, I loved it! Enjoy the gym, or at least get a great work out!

    I think an autobiography sounds great, whether it sucks or not!

  3. I bet your autobiography will be awesome! And yay for the upcoming review!

  4. A workout always helps me gain perspective; I hope it did the same for you.

  5. I think writing the autobiography is a good idea - getting the 'stuff' out and onto paper is always a good way of dealing with it. Good luck with it all.


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