Good Things and Goals
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I am NOT even going to say how surprised I am that September is nearly over. I'll think it, but I'm not going to SAY it, not very often at least.
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Let's see...what were my goals for this year?
Weight loss. Bleh. So boring. I should have chosen weight gain. Then I'd have knocked a goal out of the ballpark.
But seriously, I went for my yearly check-up and my weight was lower, but I had to admit that since I turned the calendar page to August, I haven't been exercising.
The doc was like...one half hour a day...
I was like...I don't have a half hour...I might have to miss some TV shows...
Anyhow, check with me next month, maybe I'll have done better.
Writing. I finished a story that has been sitting on my hard drive for a while. Initial beta feedback is good. There is still work to do on it, but I have direction and am excited to finally be making up some good stuff.
I think those were my only goals. I was trying to keep the goals simple.
Or I've forgotten what the goals were. Either way, that's what I'm updating. :D
I wasn't standing by a trashcan bomb.
Every road trip I made, I returned home safely.
Sometimes, I forget to count my blessings. It's not until I hear about someone else's tragedy that I remember how good I've had it this week.
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I loved this book. It's like a divine Harry Potter.
Fourteen year-old Trotter was still just trying to get the hang of the demi-godding business when the apocalypse began. In a world where the gods have withdrawn from humanity, leaving mortals bitter toward magic, she finds herself constantly torn between her human and goddess sides. When the world begins to fade away and she becomes the prime suspect, her search to find the cause and prove her innocence ends up revolving around a mysterious little girl named Alice. Then Trotter discovers that not all of the gods had been as distant as they seemed...
Now, with everyone against her and the gods fighting amongst themselves, Trotter is on her own to save her world and stop a vengeful god from using Alice to destroy everything.
Isn't it fabulous?!
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Ashley Chappell currently resides in Huntsville, AL. When not writing, reviewing, or burying her nose in one of her well-worn Terry Pratchett or Neil Gaiman novels, she can be found sailing with her husband on their boat ‘Dupracity’ (Fans of Kurt Vonnegut will want to ask her what that means).