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I've been given 2 class days to write it, the topic is describe the differences between high school & college, & the biggest challenges of the transitions. So today I put together a loose rough draft. The biggest chllenges for myself are time management (I'm the procrastination king) & studying. Right now I should be reading my PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) materials for my psychology paper. But instead I'm on KHI listening to Jpop & chatting with you.
I use to read those abc crime novels, I can't remember the author or exat names but they jad tiels like "A is for evidence" So what do you do that's so time consuming that you can't read? Are you a college student?
Haha not in the 1st part but the 2nd half with 16year old Rin has plenty of it.
I don't read novels as much as I use to. I usually only read in school because class was boring, throught high school I mostly read Pendragon & Twilight, along with a couple other sci-fi novels. I use to purposly get in trouble in class so I could get sent to ISS (In School Suspension) where id just read the whole time.
Now a das I get my story fix from JRPGS, like Final Fantasy & Kingdom Hearts.
Deathnote was cool, never got into fruits basket, read a lot of Shonen(action adventure usually aimed at boys) type suff as a kid but now that I'm older, I find I'm starting to enjoy some josei (manga aimed towords women) type stuff.
Usagi Drop is amaxing, im sure you'd love it. Its about this guy named Daikichi 30 years old, goes to his grandfathers house after hearing he passed. The entire family is surprised the grandpa had a bastard child with his nurse. (Grandpa was 79 when he passed, good job old man!)The childs name is Rin. She's 6 years old & the family wants to give her to a group home but Daikichi decides to adopt her, the manga is about Daikichi suddenly having to turn his whole life upside down to accommodate adopting the 6 year old girl. The 2nd part of the manga (anime hasn't gotten this far yet) jumps 10 years ahead the focuse is now on Rin as a 16 tear old high school student.
Its a really heart waeming story you should give it a try!
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