InvincibleMarvelGeek

Alright my people's, sit down and get ready for the worst rant you'll ever hear. So March 11th a state of emergency was called in my state, March 12th was my last day of school, the 13th was a Friday, and we never went back. Early May we were allowed to go to the school and collect our things, one thing you should know is that everything in our lockers was already packed and gut in giant bags. We were not allowed to go into the school. 
          	
          	Well, a few days later I noticed that one of my books wasn't in my bag of stuff, however I had everything else. The book is called Steel Tide by Natalie C Parker (highly recommend the series, the first book is Sea Fire), it's a hard cover, didn't have the jacket sleeve thing on it (as I keep them at home to prevent damage in my bag with my other stuff). The two other personal books I had in my locker made it back to me. 
          	
          	I emailed my advisor, who instructed me to email my principal. He said he would keep an eye out, talk with the librarians, ask them to keep an eye out, yada yada yada. 
          	
          	That was May 11th. 
          	
          	So I emailed again (June 2nd) and he said one of my friends told him during the last packet pick up (distance learning) she had it and had left it on a table and that she said she would have to get me a new one. 
          	
          	I call bull. I call the biggest bull ever. And a huge heaping pile of crap. I know that book was in my locker, and anyone who MIGHT HAVE even had a CHANCE of having it, has been doing distance learning online. 
          	
          	Now, keep in mind, this is my Junior year (11th grade) and I went to career center for the second half of my day, so I didn't really interact with many people at my high school, maybe 5 on a daily basis that are my friends, 4 of which are girls. None of which I have that book to. 
          	

InvincibleMarvelGeek

Okay, so the one my principal was talking about was a public library book I had loaned to a friend, but either way, doesn't explain and I don't understand how they cannot locate the original missing book after a month.
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InvincibleMarvelGeek

(Sorry, I reached the max # of characters so I had to continue in the comments)
          	  
          	  So I said to my principal that I wanted to know who he spoke to so that I could reach out to them and get this sorted out. 
          	  
          	  I haven't gotten a response. 
          	  
          	  I'm probably gonna get se bull crap excuse that he can't reveal that information. 
          	  
          	  Well, as far as I'm concerned, that book is freaking stolen property. You may be wondering why I care so much, you see, books are heckin expensive, and that one means a lot to me. 
          	  
          	  My momma bear is about to get involved, and so is pappa bear. And when they do, oh man, the crap is gonna hit the fan.
          	  
          	  Rant over. Thank you
          	  
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InvincibleMarvelGeek

Alright my people's, sit down and get ready for the worst rant you'll ever hear. So March 11th a state of emergency was called in my state, March 12th was my last day of school, the 13th was a Friday, and we never went back. Early May we were allowed to go to the school and collect our things, one thing you should know is that everything in our lockers was already packed and gut in giant bags. We were not allowed to go into the school. 
          
          Well, a few days later I noticed that one of my books wasn't in my bag of stuff, however I had everything else. The book is called Steel Tide by Natalie C Parker (highly recommend the series, the first book is Sea Fire), it's a hard cover, didn't have the jacket sleeve thing on it (as I keep them at home to prevent damage in my bag with my other stuff). The two other personal books I had in my locker made it back to me. 
          
          I emailed my advisor, who instructed me to email my principal. He said he would keep an eye out, talk with the librarians, ask them to keep an eye out, yada yada yada. 
          
          That was May 11th. 
          
          So I emailed again (June 2nd) and he said one of my friends told him during the last packet pick up (distance learning) she had it and had left it on a table and that she said she would have to get me a new one. 
          
          I call bull. I call the biggest bull ever. And a huge heaping pile of crap. I know that book was in my locker, and anyone who MIGHT HAVE even had a CHANCE of having it, has been doing distance learning online. 
          
          Now, keep in mind, this is my Junior year (11th grade) and I went to career center for the second half of my day, so I didn't really interact with many people at my high school, maybe 5 on a daily basis that are my friends, 4 of which are girls. None of which I have that book to. 
          

InvincibleMarvelGeek

Okay, so the one my principal was talking about was a public library book I had loaned to a friend, but either way, doesn't explain and I don't understand how they cannot locate the original missing book after a month.
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InvincibleMarvelGeek

(Sorry, I reached the max # of characters so I had to continue in the comments)
            
            So I said to my principal that I wanted to know who he spoke to so that I could reach out to them and get this sorted out. 
            
            I haven't gotten a response. 
            
            I'm probably gonna get se bull crap excuse that he can't reveal that information. 
            
            Well, as far as I'm concerned, that book is freaking stolen property. You may be wondering why I care so much, you see, books are heckin expensive, and that one means a lot to me. 
            
            My momma bear is about to get involved, and so is pappa bear. And when they do, oh man, the crap is gonna hit the fan.
            
            Rant over. Thank you
            
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InvincibleMarvelGeek

Hey.  Could use a distraction.  Not having the best night.  Anyone have any pointers to writing a sword fighting scene?  I'm working on an update for some of my stories but I'm struggling in one, and too distracted for the others.
          

InvincibleMarvelGeek

Hey guys, just wanted to say that I had every intention of updating one, if not both of my stories today. However, I made the decision to work on my stupid English essay and have absolutely no desire to type anything else. No matter how fun the story is. My teacher wants 3-4 pages, but hasn't told us anything else, not even the fricken due date. I still have a paragraph to go and already have just over 3 pages. I'm not sure if I'll update at all this weekend because I just want to get this essay done and over with. With my luck, the teacher will want it on fricken Tuesday. 
          
          *Book Lover signed out for the night*

InvincibleMarvelGeek

Okay guys, just wanted to let you all know that as of this moment, none of my stories are active. I don't know if I'll pick them up again or not. It's not that I don't like writing anymore, I love it, but I've got some stuff going on and just can't seem to find the time or work up the energy to continue them right now. 
          
          That's not to say that I won't start another book. However, I don't have any ideas at the moment. BUT if I come up with something within the next few days, or if you guys help me think something up/give me ideas, I have about 5 hours straight of nothing to do. 
          
          I'm sorry that I won't be updating some things you guys might really want me to. If there is a story in particular you do want me to consider continuing, please let me know.
          
          Book Lover out