Yes, I got my title from a Coldplay song. For all you awesome people who know that the song is called The Scientist, for whatever reason.
This is yet another update post. I'm trying to get into an official company that'll send me books to review, but I'll admit that I'm scared because I don't have much free time and I'm not blogging consistently yet, and I'm scared of mailing stuff because stuff happens and so these are all my weird paranoid doubts...
I'm trying to get back out there, but it's hard. When I started this, I had Arlee Bird helping me out and now it's been so long, I'm not sure how to reach the people who've been following me since the beginning. Which makes it even harder to try to get MORE followers and overall it's just difficult. So I'm at a bit of a crossroads, with no time to really think about it too much.
That being said, if anybody is actually reading my posts, I'd appreciate some comments. Those are unbelievably helping, I'm learning as I get back into this. If you have a blog of your own, I'd appreciate a little shout out. If you have a solution for my book reviewing future, that'd be great. I'll be honest when I say I'm a little lost and I'm not sure who to go to for help...
Now we're done with the depressing part of this...
And on to the update part of this
The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep by Philip K. Dick
Sadly, I have to return It by Stephen King before I can read it *sigh*
But I'm getting back into this no matter what.
And if I can get some YA novels to review, that'd be great.
Seriously, leave a comment or email address or something, I'd love to talk to you.
Slightly alone in the woods here