13 December 2011 @ 10:58 pm
Writer's Block: B.Y.O.B. Holidays  
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I only have the one on Amazon currently, it's located here: My Wishlist.

It's a list made up entirely of books. It's got cook books, YA fantasy (O.R. Melling, Victoria Hanley, and more), a few books on magic, goddess theory, some of the sailor moon/sailor v re-release, and did I mention cook books? I've got cookbooks that focus on cuisine from a whole bunch of different countries: Japan, China, Wales, Ireland, England, and I think maybe one or two more.

I mean don't get me wrong. There are other things I'd love 0 Dragon Age 2 and Sims 3 anyone? But on the whole I'm pretty good right now. Or I will be once I get a new laptop
 
 
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[identity profile] breyzyyin.livejournal.com on December 14th, 2011 05:23 am (UTC)
You have got an awesome Amazon wishlist! XD
[identity profile] lumati.livejournal.com on December 14th, 2011 06:16 am (UTC)
I honestly just put most of that on there, because sharing a wishlist that doesn't even have ten things on it is kinda sad and pathetic looking. So I wen poking around for things. XD;

Seize the Story by Victoria Hanley is a really, really fun "writer's guide" book. I mainly use it for the occasional poke at exercises and the like. I've discovered I love those short little 10 minute writing exercises books like that have. It just gets my creative juices flowing somehow. (She's also got a really fun writing "voice" and is never boring, dry, or preachy like some books like that can be.)
[identity profile] kanki-yamato.livejournal.com on December 15th, 2011 11:36 pm (UTC)
First!I LOVE your icon!
Second!I love your book's list! So many books that I want to read,too!!!!*_____*
So do you like YA books,too?=D
Hunger Games are ♥!
[identity profile] lumati.livejournal.com on December 16th, 2011 01:42 pm (UTC)
I thought you would somehow. :)
I've read a few of the books on that list thanks to library access, but I really want a copy of my own. Those would be: The Seer and the Sword and The Healer's keep by Victoria Hanley, all three of the Close Kin books by Clare Dunkle, and Catching fire/Mokingjay. Others, the books by O.R. Melling for example are there simply because I love O.R. Melling's books with a passion.

I largely read YA books. I honestly don't read much else very often. It's my preferred section by far. :)
[identity profile] kanki-yamato.livejournal.com on December 22nd, 2011 12:35 pm (UTC)


Sadly those books are not available here in Italy,or I would read them with pleasure!=(
But soon I'll read the second books of the Hunger Games trilogy!!!!*_*

Same for me,most of my books are YA!=)