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As you know I love anime and manga. I got into anime first then started reading manga. Most anime are manga adaptations. So if the manga is a long one, the anime tends to catch up with the manga storyline. So they create fillers, non canon story lines. Before returning to the original story line. I started getting tired and impatient. So started reading the original manga to find out what happens next. Hence my second great love was born.
I’d discovered other manga like Hana Yori Dango, Hikaru Go and Fullmetal Alchemist. Until I found Eyeshield 21. And today happens to be the anniversary of its release. So…
HAPPY 16TH ANNIVERSARY EYESHIELD 21!
I know NaNoWriMo is less than 60 days away, 51 days to be exact. But that doesn’t mean you can’t begin prepping for it. And I can’t think of a better and fun way than to use Pinterest.
Pinterest might not be as social as other social media but therein lies the beauty. Less distraction from engaging with other people. It’s a stimulating platform filled with thousands of images to prompt creativity. A tool to search, scrapbook and collect visual notes to help plan for your novel.
Last year, I didn’t know what novel I wanted to work on for NaNoWriMo and asked for your help in my decision.
The three works I couldn’t decide on were Dreaming of You. My first adult romance, my current work in progress which I’m also uploading on Wattpad. The Soul Traveler, an urban young adult novella. And book two of the Nadia series, Nadia and the Immortal Witch.
I created a poll, you voted and the results went a little something like this: