In his underpants.
Well, I would if he wore any. Trust me, I see all of him dressed or undressed constantly.
But that has nothing to do with my career. Let alone the international part of my career, which is what I'm writing about. Poetry is extra.
Oh, speaking of poetry, Scooter wrote a poem. He was clearly inspired by the character Ruby in The Shade Of The Moon Number 3.
Rubies are redBack to my career. We'll start with France because I found out, via my obsessive following of Amazon, that Chroniques De La Fin Du Monde, Tome 3: Les Survivants came out on Thursday.
Emeralds are green
If I don't get fed
I'll eat your spleen.
If you squint very hard, you'll see that at one glorious point its Amazon ranking was 459. Trust me, it's nowhere near that right now, so it's a good thing I printed it when I could.
Moving over to Poland, Google News was kind enough today to send me a link to a Polish review of the Polish version of Life As We Knew It. At lest I think it's a review. This is what Google Translations claims it says, and it sounds kind of reviewish to me.
Apparently, the book came out on Feb. 28, but the publisher hasn't yet sent me a copy. Thanks to the review, I know what the book jacket looks like, and I love it. I think it is bardzo bardzo cool (actually bardzo, which Google Translations assures me means "very" is bardzo bardzo cool on its own).
Within a few moments to the world sixteen Miranda of Pennsylvania turned upside down. She led a quiet, ordinary life, along with his two brothers - older than the younger Matt and Jonny - and mother. But everything changed when the asteroid hit the moon. Since then, Earth's climate and geosphere go crazy. There was the era of powerful earthquakes, giant tsunamis and volcanic eruptions, which led to very serious climate change. Miranda and her family need each day to fight for survival, despite the constant hunger and lack of prospects for improvement.
The life that we knew the first part of the three-volume series of Survivors by Susan Beth Pfeffer. The book was on the seventh in a list of YALSA's Teens' Top Ten, reached the finals Andre Norton Award, Hal Clement Award and the Quill Awards. The novel takes the form of a log: Miranda shows in him his life before and after the disaster, the entries are short and full of simple, youth language, so the book reads quickly and is easy to read. In addition, this form gives the author the possibility of acquiring the presentation of the heroine's feelings - her hope for survival and a better future, anxiety about loved ones, the pain felt by the death or departure of many famous people, and fear caused by the subsequent massive cataclysms.anyone knows what role the moon, it is not difficult to predict the consequences of altering its position in relation to our planet, and thus - another disaster. However, for readers not fully known is the fate of the characters and the answers to key questions. Can they survive? Do you receive assistance? What is the fate of Miranda's family living in an area where more than others? Are people able to control the raging climate? Growing problems, but still smoldering glimmer of hope makes the novel draws to the end.
Among the best know as Miranda and her family. Official accurately represents the appearance of the characters, their feelings, passions, and family relationships. The book shows how the man changed the face of great tragedy, as he can devote himself to save the beloved people. Miranda and Jonny before the disaster were just ordinary children, but unfortunately they are forced to make many sacrifices, and to make responsible decisions. Everybody's daily struggle with his weaknesses and wszechpanującym hunger. Above all, strive to maintain friendly relations with loved ones and avoid pointless arguments. Family members are characterized by very thoughtful behavior, so they are prepared for problems before they manage to appear. Other characters are shown only briefly.
Watching exciting, dramatic struggle heroes from various problems, we get to the end of life, we knew, skonsturowanej so that arouses an immediate desire to reach for the next part of the cycle. The struggle with the elements has not been completed, and the fate of Miranda and her family will weigh more in the next two novels.
So that's it for reporting on my international career, except to say that my national and international publishers don't seem to have gotten around to sending me my royalty checks, which I think is bardzo bardzo bardzo uncool!