And now it's here and making its way through the blogosphere with reviews and excerpts courtesy of Tours by Elana. Thank you Elana and everyone who's participating!
There are a few strong themes in Blood Crown that I wanted to talk about over the next couple weeks. Each week is represented by a book and a movie that I love and reflects the theme. Each week I'll give away a signed copy of the book, and the movie will be added to a Grand Prize to be awarded at the end of the month. So be sure to check back often and enter to win both giveaways.
This week's theme is
I chose CassaStar because even though the main character, Byron has pretty much always known who he is--but everyone who could help him reach his potential has decided he's something else. But when it comes down to it, Bryon shows everyone--including himself, what he's really made of.
And really, Star Trek (2009), is a lot the same. People have written James T. Kirk off as a hothead, a ne'er do-well. And they weren't exactly wrong. But when everything is on the line, he ponies up, digs deep and discovers truths about himself even he didn't know.
I have been a political science student, a human resources manager, an opera singer, a photographer, a writer. There were pieces of me in all those career choices.
I have been a collector of religions from Baptist, to Ba'Hai . . . to Mormon.
I have been an athlete, a musician, a motherless daughter, a childless wife.
I got on an airplane with my wedding dress in hand and few 5, 000 miles away to marry a man I'd never dated but who I knew was right for me.
I have been travelling from Lost to Found my whole life and I'm still discovering new things about myself.
How far have you gone to find yourself--or are you still looking?
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