Crawling Out of my Rock

the time cavern
I’ve been brought out of my reading lull when my friends started to do an unofficial book club earlier this month. Unofficial, since it’s just a group of friends with a theme in mind. I think this would really help as friends tend to give you an indirect pressure to pick up a book and just read! Especially during this period where am I just going through the motions of working, housework and World of Warcraft— another recent obsession entirely.

This month’s theme is travel, be it fiction or non-fiction. Of course I went into the fiction category, since I’m not really keen on reading non-fiction books. I tried, I just never really got into it. I wanted to try a non-fiction one this time, but I realized the only thing that will actually make me read something it should be something I think I’d like.

So I searched for fiction travel books and found “Don Quixote”, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”… you know, the classics. I thought I’d finally pick up H.G. Wells’ “The Time Machine”, when I found it was free via Amazon Kindle and downloaded it too. Then I saw The Time Cavern by Todd A. Fonseca, read the premise and reviews and thought I’d give it a try.

So here’s hoping I get to succeed with this endeavor and just read more! Because, reading more books is always good. Will let you know once I finish and after we discuss it 🙂

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4 Responses to “Crawling Out of my Rock”

  1. Hi Camille,
    Thanks so much for considering The Time Cavern. I hope you enjoy it! The intended audience is 9-12 year olds (when I started, I was writing it for my ten-year-old who had read everything in the house and the library. A couple years later a publisher picked it up!). Book 2 is about to be released. I look forward to your comments!

    Todd

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    • Kyameel

      A book intended for young adults never stopped me to read one. Will definitely post an entry once I finish the book!

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