Book Review: Apocalypse by Justin Bruystenscategories: Book, Dream Fantasy, Gothic Fantasy, Psychological Thriller, Horror, Sci Fi, Short Stories
Justin Bruystensabout this book: 9 short stories resulting from random events, and a lot of inspiration from unlikely sources. Some of these sources are: music, paintings, movies, video games, and travelling. In this collection of short stories you will find poems to go along with each short story, as well as additional work from Justin Bruystens to go along with the main 9 short stories.
Writing and editing everything took a little bit over a year, but it was not a simple schedule that brought about every word. Oftentimes I would write while very tired, though I would only edit while fully rested. There were times when I wouldn't sleep at all. Thirtysomething hours into my day I would begin writing. The easiest way to say what my schedule was like for writing is: it was nonexistent, and instead an irregular, inconsistent pattern of writing took the place of a schedule—which I don't suggest.
Overall I would say I learned a lot from writing this. The most important thing I think I learned is that nothing is ever good enough.
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Enjoyable ReadI stumbled upon this book while looking through the books on askdavid. I typically am able to spot the good books from the bad books, but this was an exception. It turned out to be a great book that kept my interest all throughout. [by Sid]
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