I occasionally do this thing where I read a book, then write about what I read and post my thoughts on here about said book. Some people call this book reviewing. I call it that too. I don’t do that as often as I’d like because I’m really slow. To solve that, what if I talk about a book I haven’t read?
Yes, that might be difficult considering, you know, I haven’t read it. However, I’m not gonna let that stop me!
Basically, I just wanted to share the tagline or whatever you want to call it from Lock & West by Alexander C. Eberhart.
Lock is awkward. He can’t make eye contact, counts when he’s nervous and has to remind himself several times a day how ‘normal’ teens behave. Homeschooled most of his life, he’s resigned himself to a friendless existence at his new Atlanta high school.
Until he meets West.
Just don’t be weird! I love that. In my experience, that’s easier said than done.
For example, I’m bad at knowing how to end things, so I just kind of… stop. Like now. Bye!