Safe to say, she didn’t imagine THAT.
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I’m very busy lately. We signed a contract for an apartment and are trying to figure out the loan now. There’s little time to do everything because I’m going to Poland in September aaaaaa!
Anyway, I finished listening to One Dark Window. It wasn’t my kind of thing, but it’s a good book. The romance wasn’t cringey (at least not for me, but I’m definitely not a connoisseur) and the worldbuilding was solid, even though sometimes I felt I was being fed it with a shovel instead of a spoon. Still, I read until the end with interest so if you like slightly-gothic moods, demons lurking in the mind, and magic based on cards, you might want to give it a go. Equal Rites I’m still reading, although I’m almost done. I’m making lots of notes with funny passages lol It’s also interesting to see how different a book that old is from what’s considered an industry standard nowadays. POV changing mid-scene? Absolutely. Breaking immersion by referencing modern-era things? Why the heck not. Foreshadowing? Meh, we can do without… xD But don’t get me wrong, it’s still entertaining. And I guess this is what the industry has forgotten in the meantime – that your average reader picks up a book to be entertained and there really shouldn’t be a strict template to writing a good story. But I guess a noob like me is better of sticking to the rules.
I have very little time to draw and write ; _ ; Please keep your fingers crossed so that we figure out that loan quickly and things calm down. I’m so tired.