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#SPOOKATHON WRAP UPOctober 17th (12:00 am) - October 23rd (11:59 pm)

#Spookathon was sort of a success.... I mean I had a lot of fun and really enjoyed what I read but I also I never did finish a book. What a surprise! Another readathon that I tried to complete and then absolutely failed. This time though was my fault. I purposely stopped reading because I've been so excited to start Nanowrimo. All I can think about is my story and planning for my story. So reading as fallen to the wayside. I will be working hard at Nanowrimo prep until November starts. 
CHALLENGES: 1. Read a thriller 2. Read a book with red on the cover 3. Read a book with a spooky word in the title 4. Read a 2016 release 5. Read a book with a paranormal character/creature What I did read was these three books here. Again though I didn't finish any on these. :( : 
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Playlist Book TagSource

The playlist tag combines two of my favorite things music and books. It's just like the regular playlist tag where you take your music and put it on shuffle and write down the first ten songs but for this one, you then have to take the songs and add a book that that song reminds you of. 
(Links will all be included so you can listen to the songs.)
Sacred Heart by The Civil Wars:Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
This Is Halloween by Marilyn MansonA Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
Roman Holiday by Halsey:Paper Towns by John Green
Dance Floor Anthem by Good CharlotteThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
WALK THE MOON - Shut Up and Dance:Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
Talk Me Down by Troye Sivan:Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz
Love Me by The 1975:Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan
Dirty Love by Gin Wigmore:Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
I Found by Amber Run:Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare
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NANOWRIMO is two weeks away....That being said I needed to make myself a checklist:
☑ Sign up for Nanowrimo (Friend Me @AmandaPanda24)☐ Nanowrimo Bullet Journal (Source)☐ Make/Print Nanowrimo Calendar☐ Story Outline☐ Backstory ☐ Character Detail(s) Sheet ☐ Spotify Playlist (Complete) ☑ Make Pinterest Board ☑ Download Scrivener? (You can get the Nanowrimo free trail that will last you from the moment you downloaded it until Dec. 7th) ☐ Figure Out How To Use Scrivener ☐ Supplies (Go Out and Buy)
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The Supernatural Book TagSource
As some of you may know my all time favorite show is Supernatural. I can't wait for the new season (Season 12 I can't believe it) that comes out tomorrow Thursday, October 13th on the CW so in honor of that, I decided to see if there was a good Supernatural tag that I could do. What do you know I did!!
1. The Colt: If you could own a fictional item, what would you choose?
If I got to have any fictional item from any book world it would obviously have to be a stele from The Mortal Instruments. I mean the whole thing about a stele is that you can get powers from the symbols you draw on with the stele. Then again you have to be the half-angel so I guess my plan is flawed.

2. The Impala: If you could own a fictional vehicle, what would you choose?
Wow! So with this question, I realized that I don't have any real vehicles that I would really want. Most of the books. I read are about children (teens) so most of them don't have cars or are in t…
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Discussion:Journaling
I'm almost done filling out my journal. My everyday journal that is. I can't believe how big it is. I've had the spine break and so I added some tape to it. But I was wondering how interested everyone would be in a journal flip through? I love watching them and I think it would be just as fun making one. If you would be interested I would love to know so just leave a comment saying you would like to see one or not. It would be obviously after I finished it and filmed the flip through. It might take a little while but I promise I'll get it up.



I want to thank @Whittynovels again for pushing me to start journaling. I don't know what I would do without my journaling. It's very therapeutic and relaxing.