Book Blogger Challenge – Day 11
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Funny enough, this was possibly the easiest of all the challenges. Forgive me, I’m going to toot my own horn with this post, but I’m rather proud to include two of my own writing prompts (unedited, so Grammar Nazis stay back!), a discussion post, the funnest review ever to write, and my first author interview.
I wrote this discussion post after the REVEALING EDEN controversy, since her reverse racism dystopian was deemed racist itself. I compared REVEALING EDEN (whic had a 1 star average) with NOUGHTS AND CROSSES (which had mostly 5 stars). Both books had blacks as the ruling class with whites doing the ‘slave labor’, but that’s where the similarities end. It proves the point that you can write anything, provided you do your research and have the writing talent to back it up.
This was a writing prompt I did with Absolute Write. I wanted to write a passage that had heavy descriptions and a distinct male voice. I’ve toyed with finishing the story, because it does end with a cliffhanger.
I decided to review my own book (a trunked one, not the one I’m working on) for mock review prompt for Absolute Write. I take full credit for the cover design. It took me about 15 mins and 4 crayons to complete it.
This is another writing prompt with Absolute Write. I wanted to write a passage that relied on every sense but sight. I also got the chance to play around with writing horror.
This interview kicked off my author interviews, cause I’m tired of reading interviews where the author was asked who THEIR favorite author was. I wanted to ask some really off the wall questions and see if authors would give me off the wall answers. Well, Michael was very creative in how he answered.