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Violence has yet to ensue

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I actually haven’t thrown my copy of Twilight across the Grand Canyon yet… It’s not bad! I expected to hate it, but it could honestly be much worse. I’ve personally read worse (and probably wrote worse).

Yes, there are still scene where I cringe a little (you know the feeling), but for the most part it’s bearable.

There’s one problem, though. I’m on page 334 of 498 and I’m dreading the ending. The part of me that remembers the ending is not excited to get there at all. But I will get there and I will chug through it. I have three other books to finish in this darn series and I’m not a quitter!

I’ll probably finish the book today or tomorrow so I’ll keep the world updated on how I react to the ending after having already read it a few years ago. It should be interesting to see if I decide to kick it to Kansas halfway through the big fight scene.

Meanwhile, I would like to remark that something I read yesterday inspired me to come up with the entire plot of the third Little Paragons novel… I’ve always had a general idea of what was to happen and the ending was mapped out, but I didn’t have a real plan. Not until last night at least.

I couldn’t tell you where I was in Twilight or why this all happened, I’m just going to be happy it did. So, I’m inspired to edit now thanks to Twilight… Never in a millions did I presume I would say those words…

*Confused why I’m reading Twilight? Click here*

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Author: Madi Uram

I'm just another young writer hoping to get noticed in the world of publication. The majority of my time is put into writing novels, but I'm no stranger to journalism, playwriting, and critical essay's, too. I'm also the author of "The Little Paragons" which can be found on Amazon.com.

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