Well everyone, we made it! Another year is gone and behind us! **Sigh of relief ** And boy, was it quite an interesting year. There has been so much going on this past year, from the Coronavirus to the presidential elections. But don’t worry. I will not talk about any of that. We shall focus on the positive and the exciting adventures we went on this year, whether it be in actual life or in a book. This post is all about the writing/reading progress that has been made this year. So, let’s start with the writing.
I look back on this year, and I realize how much we accomplished! I got my very first book, Finding Doom out as a paperback! That was huge for me! I wouldn’t have been able to do it without all of your support. I also had my very first school visit. (Before everything shut down.) And I made major progress with The Bayshire. Most of my editing is done, and there are a few more steps to accomplish before publishing. I know everyone is excited to read it. I’m excited to get it out. And my promise to you is that it will be here soon. I will inform you when I have a set date for you to look forward to.
I have also finished my first draft for a different writing project and plan to edit that this next year, along with the third book in the T.S.O. series. So I made a lot of progress in the writing department this year.
For reading, I read about forty-three books this year. Crazy! I have noticed that when I have a lot of schoolwork going on, and when I’m stuck inside a lot more, I spend more time reading. Which is awesome. You can check out more about what I read this year on Goodreads by clicking the button below. I read some new books and reread some favorites. Most of them were paperbacks, but I read a few books in ebook format and even listened to a couple as audiobooks. I can’t say I have a favorite book that I read this year since so many of them were amazing. I encourage you to look at the list of books I read on Goodreads and let me in know in the comments if there are any you want me to write a review for. And share what you read this year, too!
Now, for the most popular/most viewed post of 2020. . . Edenbrooke Book Review. Check it out right here!
Well, we have definitely been through a lot this year. We have all had our own challenges with everything that’s happening in the world. But that’s why it’s more important than ever to stay connected and especially to keep reading. Through books and stories, we can experience life in millions of different ways. And then we can share these stories with each other, bringing that mystery and happiness into the lives of those around us.
In the comments, share what you accomplished this year, or what books you enjoyed in 2020. I would also love to hear any book recommendations from you or any books you want reviewed in future blog posts.
A lot has happened this year, but there is so much more ahead of us to look forward too. And so many happy moments from this year to hold on to and remember.
So, my fellow adventures, I leave you with this. For all you writers, I wish you all the best of luck in your writing endeavors. And I hope every book you pick up whisks you away to a magical world where you can escape and enjoy life in a whole new way.
Happy New Year, everyone.
T.S.O. Bk# 1 Finding Doom
Amelia Zegro wakes up in the hospital with no memory of her tragic accident. She knows it has something to do with her secret life as a teen spy. Known as Agent Z, Amelia works for the Teen Spy Organization (T. S. O). As she tries to work out the sorted details of her lost memory, she is assigned a new and dangerous case, a case that brings her on a collision course with Doom, a notorious criminal with whom she has an ominous connection. As Agent Z uncovers clues about her past, she realizes she has been looking in the wrong direction. She must decide who she can trust and uncover the truth before it’s too late. Can Amelia piece together the details in time to rewrite a wrong and stop Doom from succeeding in his plan?