Ok, so if I didn't use that phrase today, you'd be looking for pods in the greenhouse and worrying about aliens invading my body. I am, after all cliche queen.
It was part of the reason I chose the date, the rest being to do with the end of Mercury's retrograde jaunt through Taurus, causing chaos in anything connected to business. Now it's gone direct in Aries, a lovely, fiery creative energy is touching all my efforts.
"You don't really believe in that, stuff, do you, Jacky?" I hear you ask.
"Yes I do. Big time," I reply.
Suffice to say that in the last few hours before the standstill, I had three major catastrophes all centered around communication. Nuff said.
Weird, esoteric stuff apart, for the next few days, you can get both of the Bryant Rockwell stories at the silly price of $0.99/£0.99.
Here are the elevator pitches:
#1 New Kid in Town: Liv, Jude and Kat are greater than the sum of their parts. Separately they are Brainy, Sporty and Arty. Together they are invincible. Until Drop-Dead-Gorgeous Ray wheels up.
#2 Show Must Go On: Liv's a snarky chocoholic, Luke's a reformed thug. Who better to take Dirty Diana down a peg or two? She totally has it coming.
Described as a pitch-perfect blend of drama and romance for fans of "10 Things I Hate About You" and "Glee," this young adult story is snappy, eclectic and edgy. An enjoyable read which will appeal to anyone with a sense of humour and an ear for the ironic.
Dealing with issues of self-image and peer abuse, this well-written, intriguing series shares many elements with "13 Reasons Why" as the complex characters grapple with issues such as sexuality, bullying and misread signals. It gives a convincing depiction of mercurial teenage relationships and that dreadful sense of hope and fear combined around transforming friendships into relationships when you don't quite dare take the plunge in case your feelings aren't reciprocated.