So, I figured out that it was actually my 99th post yesterday. I guess I had a draft post that never actually got posted, and I must have counted that too. So, this being my actual 100th post, it is also most likely to be my 100th mistake.
Below is a representation of what I want to do to myself right now:
But we have 100 things to celebrate! First things first, I got my Hunger Games dvd - pendant and all! I had to go to asda at eight o'clock in the morning to make sure I got one, but it was worth it.
|On my Twilight bed... DON'T JUDGE!|
|A close-up on the pendant (that I am wearing right now)|
And then of course I had to watch it. Armed with cookies and monster munch, I created a little table full of food so me and my brother could snack after we had eaten our lunch.
The whole time I watched it with my new 'district 12 tribute' band and my pendant on:
|That's me.. lol.|
Sorry for the 'boob' shot - I really wanted to show off my pendant. While we're on topic, the dvd box said that Nuts Magazine gave it 4/5 stars.
Not appropriate, but totally on topic.
Anyways, here is my Game of Thrones book. I currently have a Waterstones bookmark in it even though I bought it from Forbidden Planet.
Oh yeah, and my mum told me that she will buy Seasons 1 and 2 of Blossom for me. I have to pay, so she's not really buying them. I can't complain with her reasoning though, because she is the one with the Amazon account.
And I have amazingly good news! Starting from Sunday the 9th of September, I will be posting every other week on YA STANDS, a blog that talks about anything Bookish! Yep - they officially signed me up today and I am going to be writing amongst real life authors. If that wasn't great enough, I am the youngest member and first teen writer on their blog!
You can view it along with my 'team bio' here http://yastands.blogspot.com
So I guess this means I'm officially a writer now. I didn't expect this to happen so quickly, but I'm glad it did. At just fifteen, I have accomplished a lot more than my former 10-year-old lonely self ever thought was possible.
Actually, that's a lie. I thought I was going to be a famous author by the age of eleven.
The dream is still possible; its just taking a little bit longer than I once thought!
I will leave you today with a gif that shows perfectly how I am feeling, about becoming a writer and saving a what was a huge mistake in one day.
The Book Critic x