Posts by Vengeance

    Big James Dashner and Jack London fan? I've never actually heard of any of these books. Do tell, why are they on your list?

    As for myself, I've been meaning to read a history book called Rubicon about the life of Julius Caesar (I just can't get enough. =P), and I'd like to finish reading Athena's Daughters, because I like women and I like science fiction and I like supporting women who write science fiction.

    No, I just enjoyed the The Maze Runner film and was curious to see about the books that inspired them and seeing as how I like to finish what I start, I figured I'd might as well get them all so I have the complete collection.

    Must be your Target. I never had any problems with my management. They were more than happy to work with me and my schedule.

    Must be your Target. I never had any problems with my management. They were more than happy to work with me and my schedule.

    That sucks man; but, QFT. You couldn't have said it any better. I've always enjoyed writing in my aspects and avenues. It's always been an emotional outlet that I couldn't use words verbally to express. I plan to eventually finish my novel, when I'm not continuously being sidetracked or distracted. I swear our attention spans with all of this technology is horrible. I can be focusing on one thing for like 5-10 seconds and then something 'interesting' happens and boom, train of thought gets derailed and I'm left a splutterin'.

    Target is a great company, they really do care about their employees and I've always loved the layout of the store.

    I presently work as an Alarm Monitor for a gas company, I sit in a chair for 8 hours and monitor alarms. It's a lot like the home security system companies you hear about and see commercials for all the time. 'Cept we're the security company that monitors gas stations of our company, if that makes sense?

    My list of books that I really want to read is as follows:
    The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan
    The Scorch Trials by James Dashner
    The Death Cure by James Dashner
    The Kill Order by James Dashner
    The Given Sacrifice by S.M. Stirling
    The Call of the Wild by Jack London
    White Fang by Jack London
    The Game by Jack London
    The Scarlet Plague by Jack London
    The Star Rover by Jack London
    The Golden Princess by S.M. Stirling
    The Bane Chronicles by Cassandra Clare, Sarah Rees Brennan & Maureen Johnson
    Faith of the Fallen by Terry Goodkind

    I do, started recently after I transitioned from my highly demanding, physical job to a sedentary one. I wanted to try to maintain some form of physical shape/conditioning and I've been gradually making progress on toning/building muscle. I'm in no hurry, too easy to tear something and/or get injured so I'm content to go at it slow.

    My motivation is simply that I want to get healthy and be able to participate in things I enjoy.

    Hello everyone! New person to the community here, hoping to stick around and become an active member of the community.

    Anyway, about me: I'm 24, somewhat recent college graduate who enjoys reading, listening to music, watching television/movies, hiking, tries to workout 3-5 times a week and works full-time.

    Anything else you wanna know, ask me!