Thanks to Figment.com, I found the wonderful SJ Bouquet, who runs the FigmentFiles blog.
I’m so EXCITED about this!
Thank you http://FigmentFiles.tumblr.com for such a nice review! I’ve never heard of Once A Witch/Always a Witch by Carolyn MacCullough until now, but I understand why it sounds similar. If I find any time in my crazy homework and writing schedule, I’ll try and read it. Grammar: I’m working on it. As to adding description, I have it on the top of my To Do list for this story. I died laughing at the GIF and “Mr. Kissalot.” Please head over to the link and see what they had to say. I think you’ll really like it.
UPDATE as of 3/15/13: SPRING BREAK is finally here and I’m released from the doldrums of writing 2 school papers simultaneously like I have been doing since Thanksgiving (and more specifically the past two weeks)… Actually that’s false. I still need to write 2 papers that are due on April 15, but Spring Break means that with 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, for 2 weeks gives me 80hrs to devote to paper writing, and more importantly: writing/editing 7th Heaven. Thanks to SJ Bouquet, I’ve been in the process of revising the first 5 chapters and am done with 1-4 (which I’m really satisfied with) and this time will let me get even more done on the story!
Also, my 16th birthday is on March 20, so I’m very excited and slightly nervous…but it’s gonna be awesome!
“Stay excellent!”-Todd, Easy A
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