I love writing books and working on them. I'm a messy person, yet I love to organize. (Just not my room.) I love to read, especially Magic Tree House, Boxcar Children, and A to Z Mysteries Super Edition. I love using Netflix; they have helped me realize how much of a kid I am not and how much of an adult I am not.
I'm actually excited about this. It turns out I'm pretty good at this second project I am working on. I just need to publicize it enough for people to know about it. I am working on my very first video walkthrough. I decided it would be a game not very many people know about. After this, I will probably attempt a Barbie game. Who knows, though? Currently, the game is on Journey To The Center of The Earth.
I know there is a book by Jules Verne - and I have read it. It's really good, but I've also seen many movie versions. The first time I played the game, I realized it was based on the book and the movies I'm familiar with. Let’s hope you’ve read it and seen enough versions to know what I mean. :)
It turns out the first video I uploaded ended up on my Google+ channel of YouTube. I had originally intened it for my original channel. So the video walkthrough will be on the Google+ instead of the other. I hope I help you get unstuck. Otherwise, you get to see me screw up a few times. Lol.
Because of this, I now have a new link to put in the description box for the Westing Game book reading. Here's the site for you to check my Google+ Channel.
Even though I should be excited about the float trip I just had yesterday, I still have jitters about next week. I mean, it's just so cool. In seven days starting tomorrow, it will be the 29th anniversary of Ellen Raskin's death. Now - why do I say that?
It's because that is what my next project will be on YouTube. Instead of reading one of my personal, written books, I will be reading a printed book by a great author. I know in the last part of Long Live Menavia I said I would post one video of it next Wednesday. This is too exciting, though, so I think I'll put up two videos instead: the introduction and Part 1.