Books are too cliché these days and they soon begin to bore you. Vamps! Werewolves! Ugly nerds that get a transformation and turn into a beautiful player!
How can someone who are written to sound so ugly become almost model like by a makeover, we all know that doesn’t happen in reality so why does it drag us into believing it does. I know someone who read a book like that and thought if she got a transformation she too could feel beautiful. No she wasn’t ugly; nobody is but she didn’t fit in with the ‘popular’ group and by reading that this could happen in stories she gave it ago. Wow, did she learn her lesson! Her eyebrows were arced too high, her face was caked and what she did wouldn’t make a cat’s butt pretty. So why do we believe these stories are true; are like reality?! So some of these stories are interesting because they have good writers behind them, but then the ‘nerd’ turns into what she has hated most in her ‘so dull life’ ~ a two faced bitch! Plus she ends up with the guy that never noticed her before her transformation ~ doesn’t she see how shallow he is?! Or does her makeup cover her sight?!
Vamps – so I personally hate the idea of them, don’t ask why I just do. From ones who turn evil for revenge to sparkly retards ~ they never appealed to me. Who likes the idea of loving a blood sucking monster that can tear your head off in an instant?! Plus to all the ladies who love vamps and dreams to fall for one here is one question ~ with no blood pumping through them how do you think one could get an erection?
Yeah so my mate rejected me and I was like no way bitch nobody rejects me! How boring does that sound; it wouldn’t interest me in the slightest. But somewhere in your brain it would ~ not everyone’s brains but werewolf lovers or just people who don’t mind werewolves. On wattpad basically ALL werewolves’ stories have names like the one I made up above ^steal the name by all needs if you want to write a werewolf story. But give credit :P^ If they are your mate doesn’t that mean they have to end up with you and in most of the stories your mate ends up with you in the end – how can you like them after they rejected you?!
So I want to know this; why do you read stories that have the same story line but with different characters? You know what is going to happen by how many you have read; why not read something with a unique story line?! A story that doesn’t fall under some clique category! Does our brain tell us it will be a bore?! Shouldn’t judge a book by its cover! Or should I say by its category!
There are stories out there yet to be discovered by others, and will I have been on wattpad for not even a year yet I have come across stories that will not even get 500 reads. You know why?! Because they are not clique! They think there story is a lame excuse of a book and might even delete it. No, it isn’t their how they wrote the story it was what they chose to write it about. Okay so some miraculous thing happens like ‘The Hunger Games’ and ‘Harry Potter’ but even then they have some short of clique story line ~ but by all means these books are beyond fantastic. What I am trying to say is if it isn’t clique and no one reads it you might never know if it is good enough to become as popular as THG and HP. I have to give credit to those great authors for stepping up and showing the world that their stories aren’t clique ~ and that is what you need to do. But authors depend on readers, don’t they?! So we also need to do something and stop for a second to think – hey, maybe this story might be interesting to read even though it isn’t my usual read.
Any who, now that I’m over my little rant, I have decided to feature two not so clique story to show you that it is just as interesting if not better then Vamps, Werewolves and transformation books. One is very popular and I understand why, but the other is a little unnoticed which I don't understand:
Title: Musically Gifted? Well, I Used to Play the Recorder...
Summary: “Remind me again why I thought spending six weeks with a bunch of hyperactive, sweaty and supposedly ‘musically gifted’ kids was a good idea?” Bailey Cunningham has gone and taken the plunge – she’s not only signed up for the job of a camp counselor at Triple Lakes Camp for Musically Gifted Children, but she’s roped her best friend, Savannah, into it too. However, the pair really get more than they bargained for when they discover they’ll be sharing their summer with not only the kids, but the guy who looks as if he’s stepped out of an Abercrombie and Fitch catalog, the quirky brother, and the sugar-coated flautist who’s way too sweet for her own good. In the midst of the madness, only one thing’s for sure: Bailey knows absolutely nothing about music.