25 Feb 2015

Weekend Stills

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Another week captained by sickness.

AOI was feeling much better by Wednesday. But I had flu symptoms on Thursday morning and by the evening I was in bed with painful body. I thought I was about to die. I had a homemade garlic, ginger and lemon infusion. Friday I was feeling much better so much me the kids ventured outside in the snow for five minutes. We needed after a whole week locked in the house. AOI was  so happy she helped herself into her snowsuit. We ate some snow flakes.

Saturday morning I woke up feeling rotten in my stomach. I lost appetite but managed to eat something by 11am. I had to cancel a photo-shoot because the lady confirmed too late. I finished to edit some photos for a client of mine, delivered them in Dropbox and then just allowed sickness to be my companion. Hubby put TOI down for a nap and I cuddle AOI and her elephant Tusca and as she fell asleep I got more and more drawn into Anne Frank's novel. Which I finished. After a bit of rest the kids woke up. Hubby cooked lunch and I opted to stay away from food for a bit.

AOI started to complain about stomach pain while eating but she was avoiding to eat so we thought she was playing a trick on us. But she ate the food in the end and then started complain even more about stomach pains. I insisted we take her straight to the drop in clinic. She was much better when we arrived and after. We left the clinic less worried because we knew that we had to be on clear liquid diet for the next 24hrs. Then we had to eat play food and build up from there for our bellies to settle to a natural healthy state again.

In the evening AOI was feeling much better, I had the chills and baby boy had a bit of temperature but nothing to be scare of. In all of that I felt so blessed to have such a kind and caring daughter who will not ask me a question but goes and brings something to cover my body as soon as she hears me say "I am cold" and again when it's time to sleep she fills a cup with water and sits on my bedside table without me asking her to do so. I hug her and say "I'm so blessed to have you!" She may be a toddler who can throw awful tantrums at time but her unconditional love is bigger than the universe! Love and gratitude is what I feel right now.

We still managed to

  • read, play with blocks, play in the snow and eat some {for about five minutes}, little boy play pee-a-boo behind the curtains, finding his shadow and sister hand painting

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24 Feb 2015

The Sparks: The Synopsis

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The Vapros, the Taurlum, and the Celerius: three dynasties bound by an ancient promise, and given superhuman abilities to protect the city of Altryon from the dangerous world beyond its walls. Centuries of fighting, however, have turned the families against each other. A powerful emperor now rules and each family has suffered heavy casualties in the feud.
Sixteen-year-old, Neil Vapros desperately wants to become an assassin in order to impress his overly critical father. Despite a failed mission, Neil learns that a new sinister threat has awakened. This mysterious new power will shatter the established order and threaten not only the very lives of these powerful families, but also the once great city of Altryon.
Everything can change with a single “Spark”.
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The Sparks, Book On in The Feud Trilogy: Blog Tour

I must say I’m so impressed by Kyle’s determination to achieve his dreams. At such a young age he spent the summer writing the first instalment of the The Feud Trilogy and he is currently working on the second book in the series, The Flames.

Kyle is a high school student at Seacrest Country Day in Naples, Florida. He splits his time between Naples and Los Angeles, where he is an actor with Snow Entertainment. Kyle loves to do Stand Up Comedy and trains at Second City in Chicago. Check out some of his youtube videos for a good laugh. Kyle is currently writing, directing and acting in his new web series, Mockalypse.

He is an inspiration and I wish I had a bit of his talent when I was his age. To get to know him better he responded to few questions.

 

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1. So Kyle, where did you get the idea for the Feud series?

This is a coming of age story for young adults and I am a teen in that demographic. Everyone struggles to find their path in life and my characters are all struggling with not wanting to let people down and to find their way; forgiveness and hope is a part of that journey as well. One night, at the age of 15, I had terrible insomnia and I couldn’t sleep. I was thinking about the different personalities of my siblings and myself and how we will all follow different paths. That gave me the idea to create three different families loosely based around our differing personalities. I decided it would be fun to take these families and place them in a fantasy world where the obstacles we all face could be magnified to a whole new level. I wrote out the plot for the three books that night.

2. What drew you to write YA Fantasy?

I wanted to write for me. Recently, I’ve hit an “in-between” zone where it’s harder for me to find books I want to read. I wanted to write something that I would want to read and that would appeal to other kids my age. I wanted to appeal to boys who have lost interest in reading and I also created strong female characters that girls will love.

3. When did you first start writing?

Like a lot of kids, I was bullied in middle school. I doubt you will ever find a kid that says, “I rocked 7th grade! That was the best time in my life.” I was short and fat and had a bowl haircut with braces. This was not a great time in my life. But I discovered I could come home and pick up a pen and create a whole fantasy world that I could control, when the rest of my life felt out of control. I learned that I loved to create characters because their potential is limitless.

I was lucky because I learned to use writing as an escape at an early age. I was in a multi-age program from 1st-3rd grade where I had the same teacher for three years. She had an experimental writing program where she gave us an hour a day to write in our journals. She told us to just write freely and not worry about punctuation or grammar, just let the creativity flow. So by the end of that program, I had a stack of notebooks filled with an adventure series. I also did a series called Three Rings that I wrote from the age of 12 to 14 when middle school was really rough. It was a 200-page manuscript. It wasn’t good, but it was good practice.

4. What are your other interests besides writing?

I love stand up comedy because like writing, it requires an ability to look at the world in a unique way and find the humor in that. I’m a varsity swimmer for my school. I’m involved with mock trial, I’m in a number of plays every year, I started an improv club at my school and I’m really involved with our film club—we spend our weekends writing scripts and filming. We are currently working on a web series called “Amockalypse” that I’m really excited about. I pretty much gave up on sleeping after middle school.

5. When do you find the time to write?

If you love something, you find the time. I write during any hour that I can get free. With extracurriculars, I don’t usually get home until around 7:00 p.m. or later, and then I have homework, so I may only write an hour or two during the week. I try to make time to write during the weekends and breaks—I get the most writing done in the summer. I started the second book in the trilogy, The Flames, this past summer and am working on editing it over this school year.

6. Where is your favorite place to write?

I’ve usually got a notebook or computer on hand so any time I feel even the slightest bit inspired I can write. I am a big fan of writing in bookstores—it’s an interesting feeling to be surrounded by the works of people who have achieved what you are trying to accomplish.

7. What is your family like?

My family is nothing like the families in the book, I better clarify that up front. My parents are incredibly supportive and have allowed me to follow my dreams. I have two siblings: a brother and a sister. They are great; we are very close. I am the youngest.

My brother and I used to fight a lot and that dynamic inspired my idea for the three feuding families in the books. We don’t fight anymore, as we’ve outgrown that phase, but it gave me plenty to write about.

8. What were you like as a child?

I lived in a fantasy world all the time—I was always inventing stories and reenacting them. I lived in costumes. I had a cat suit that I particularly loved. My mom would always get me a new costume for Halloween and inevitably I would end up back in my cat suit when it was time to go trick-or-treating. I wore that cat suit until the legs only came to my knees. It’s weird…for some reason when you dress like a cat all the time you don’t make a ton of friends. But anyway, that’s why my parents signed me up for acting classes. I started taking acting classes at the age of six. I loved it from the start.

9. I understand you still have the acting bug. What are you doing now?

Currently, my whole focus is on college auditions. I’m crazy enough to be applying for programs where thousands of kids audition and they literally accept only six boys. So it’s kind of like trying to win the lottery, but I’m giving it my best shot. As I mentioned, I’m writing, directing and acting in my web series and we are launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund that this week. I spent last fall in LA and I was so lucky to take acting classes and perform improv at LA Connection. It was like what I imagine grad school is like. I spent 40 hours a week in acting classes and seminars—and still had to keep up with schoolwork online. It was intense but amazing.

10. What's your favorite part of acting? Favorite thing about improv?

My favorite part of acting is initially stepping into the shoes of a character and just beginning to break them in: finding out what they want, how they talk, how they move, etc.

My favorite part of improv is when you are easing into a scene and the really good lines just start flowing, especially when you’re working with a talented partner.

11. Were you a big reader as a kid?

In 5th grade, I started at a new elementary school when I moved to Naples. They had a reading contest for whoever read the most books. I ended up reading like 200 books, which was a bit of overkill as the next highest kid read about 75 books, but apparently I’m more competitive than I realized. I just really wanted to beat this girl in my class who told me she was a better reader.

12. Were you drawn to a certain genre as a kid?

When I was younger, I really disliked reading. My mom would read me the books that my brother liked and I just never got into them. One day she was at the bookstore picking out books for us, and she mentioned to the owner that I didn’t seem interested in reading and he asked her about my personality and interests. He recommended that she try some fantasy books for me. She brought home a few of those books and from then on, all I did was read and write. I love young adult fantasy.

13. Were there certain authors that you really liked?

I’ve always loved Rick Riordan, and every kid in my generation loves JK Rowling. My mom started guarding the Harry Potter books and reading them aloud to us, because otherwise I would read one whole book in a night and then tell my siblings what happened. We would barely leave the house until we had finished each book. Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games series has been phenomenal.

14. How have those writers influenced your writing?

I think Rick Riordan introduces and writes characters very well, which is something I kept in mind, because I have a group dynamic with my book. But I really like the way JK Rowling set up the overall plot and carried it through, intertwining a lot of different elements. She knew how to set up a big, epic adventure and finished it beautifully. That is what I hope to do with this trilogy.

15. Do you work with an outline or do you just write? Do you ever get stuck?

Normally, I have a basic idea of where the story is going when I start writing a chapter. But there have been times when I am writing the chapter that I suddenly decide to take it in a new direction. Sometimes I struggle with writing a chapter or a character in the book, so to overcome that I’ll take a break and work on another project.

16. Do you have a favorite character in The Sparks?

It alternates a lot. In general, I’ve always been a fan of characters that are only around for one book and that are very big and eccentric. I really like Michael Taurlum because he’s kind of the epitome of what’s wrong with the Taurlum family and he’s just such a child. So it was really interesting to write about him and make him such an aggressive, haughty character.

17. If your book was made into a movie, which actors would be cast as the main characters?

I’ll try my best at this one. (Disclaimer: this would be one expensive movie . . . )

Neil: Brenton Thwaites (or Kyle Prue, if Brenton Thwaites is not available)

Saewulf: Michael Fassbender

Darius: Luke Bracey

Lilly: Alexandra Daddario or Emma Watson

Rhys: Dane DeHann

Jennifer and Victoria: Teresa Palmer

Bianca: Leven Rambin

Michael: Chris Hemsworth

Carlin: Mark Strong

The Emperor: Benedict Cumberbatch

Jonathan: Rico Rodriguez

Sir Vapros: Mads Mikkelsen

Quintus: Jonah Hill (Cameo Role)

18. Can you tell us a bit about the second book, The Flames?

One of the big themes of the second book is that no one should get to a point in their life when they should experience a complete absence of hope. Things will always get better. My best friend from childhood committed suicide this year and I really want other teens to understand that whatever seems so overwhelming in your life today, won’t be what’s important to you down the road. When my characters experience this loss of hope, that is when they gain their advanced powers. Something good can come out of something that in the moment seems so terrible.

The second book in the series focuses on the remaining family members (spoiler alert!) and their friends, as they begin to kindle the revolution. It’s a lot about personal growth for the characters, like Neil and Darius. Even Robert Tanner, who is a minor character in the first book, comes back and has a very big story arc. It is the book where we start to reach that giant conflict that the characters have been stepping toward in the storyline.

19. What was your favorite part or chapter to write in The Sparks?

I really, really enjoyed writing the fight between Darius and Jennifer. It’s interesting when you write characters separately, then give them a chance to interact together. Jennifer is one of my favorite characters. Neil describes her as the model assassin so it was really fun to write her in that type of setting.

20. How did you come up with the title?

The entire book is based on a family feud so that was the reason for the series name, Feud. But the individual titles are The Sparks, The Flames and The Ashes; these are symbolic of the Vapros family motto which is “Victory Lies Within the Ashes.” The Vapros turn a person to ash when they kill them. For them that is a macabre way of saying, “You have to bust a couple of heads to get what you want.” So the titles reveal that there is going to be a lot of bloodshed and a climax to this storyline, which we are building up to in the series.

21. How did you pick the names of the families?

I based the family names on Latin root words: Taurlum is based on the Latin word for bull, Celerius is the Latin word for swift and Vapros is smoke.

22. How did you get the idea for the three families?

In the first book, there are three main families and since I have a brother and a sister, I loosely based these families around the three of us—their mannerisms, their traits, resulting in a black-and-white version of us blended with a more honorable, respectable side and a more aggressive, audacious side. So the Taurlum are based off my brother, the Celerius off my sister and the Vapros off me, a little bit.

23. What can you tell us about the challenges of getting a book published?

I went to the New York Pitch Conference and Writer’s Workshop and got the opportunity to pitch my book to Random House, Penguin and McMillan Press. Each requested the manuscript (it was the most requested manuscript at the conference!), so I felt like I had a sound idea. The conference director advised me to use the publisher interest to try to get an agent. So, I began the process of sending query letters. I got some good advice from the agents I talked to. One advised me to hire a well-respected editor, as publishers expect manuscripts to be perfect, so I did that. Then another agent took the time to really ask me about my goals. I wanted the book to be read by as many people as possible and I wanted to get it published in a timely manner. She explained that—if I was lucky—the publishing process would take 3-5 years. She recommended that I meet with a small, independent publisher with a good reputation. They could meet my timing needs and I would have more input in the process, ensuring that I could retain some creative control of the final product. I met with the publisher she recommended (Barringer Publishing) and we hit it off immediately. So far, I’ve been thrilled with the process.

I’m hoping to publish Book 2, The Flames, in late summer 2015.

24. Do you have advice for other high school students wanting to write a book?

Yes, never stop writing. Write, and write and write, until you’ve got something that you like. Don’t be afraid to have a very rough copy of something. The editing process is terrible and long and arduous, but it’s something you have to do. What matters is getting something on paper and then really shaping it into what you are looking for.

25. Is there anything you would like to say to your readers and fans?

Thank you for sharing this journey with me. The series only gets better and more intense from here and I can’t wait to see what you guys think of it all.

26. Tell us where we can find your book and more information about you.

You can find more info on my website,www.kyleprue.com, Facebookwww.facebook.com/kyleprue, Twitter@KylePrue and Instagram@KyleStevenPrue.

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23 Feb 2015

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A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2015

This week was school break and we were all sick so we were home and reading was high on the list. The funny scene was seeing TOI carrying books around under his armpit. He carried all kind of books but kept picking up Anne Frank and Crime and Punishment. It was so sweet to watch him sit down and browse the books as if he knew all about what those write write about. I loved watching them sit next to each other and look through their books.

18 Feb 2015

Weekend Stills

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Maybe I should have read the clues in the episode of Thursday, 12-02-2015, early morning.

At around 4:28am I heard AOI screaming and running down the stairs.  TOI was curled up in my arms and breastfeeding. It was one of those night, when baby wanted to be closer to me. He was dozing off but I got out if bed to follow AOI, I thought she was having a bad dream. When I got downstairs she said she wanted milk, but a different milk... Then she wanted to throw the carton of soya milk away. I pretended throwing it away and while she was not watching put it back in the fridge. She didn't want to go upstairs so I cuddled her at the bottom of the stairs until I heard the sound of TOI baby voice "Mmummm!" I went up the rest of the stairs to find him standing by the top stairs alone. Daddy was in bed. We didn't sleep again but at least thanks to sweet lullabies on songza the cries stopped.

I believe the allergy reaction on Tuesday shut down her immune system because since Saturday she’s been on and off with fever and cold. She started to lose her appetite just at the start of the week. Saturday morning she didn’t want to have her breakfast, we encouraged her to eat so she did. Around snack time, 9/10am, I was reading and I was surprised to see AOI curled up at my feet while cuddling Tusca, her stuffed elephant. So unusual of her. I reached out and measured her temperature. She had 38.2 degrees of fever. I don’t know how she got so sudden. I made her stay on the sofa while I covered her and made her feel comfortable right there. Though she hadn’t requested to watch cartoons we put on Paw Patrol, one of her favourite cartoon shows. She fell asleep ten minutes into the show. I made her some small for snack then gave her Tylenol.

Fresh snow started to fall with determination.

AMI’s colleague had invited her us for lunch so we had to go out from the house. Both AOI and TOI were great to get ready. At lunch AOI had some rice but she was still feeling feverish so she snoozed. After lounging around for a bit we decided to leave at 4pm. As we were getting ready we managed to get to the bathroom in time for AOI to throw up all the food she had before. She started to cry because she doesn’t like to be sick. We got home and she vomited a bit more. This time she didn’t want to throw up in the toilet so I help her throw up in the sink. After that she asked for a class of milk. The rest of the evening she had a little to eat because she had lost her appetite. Also before bed her fever picked up, I gave her Tylenol before bed but she had restless night.

Sunday we didn’t go to Church. In the morning AOI played in the house with TOI happy to share games with her. Just before lunch her fever picked up again. I gave her some medicine and she fell asleep the sofa. Each time TOI wanted to play we told him she was ill, poor TOI wanted to play together so much. By the evening she was feeling better but I could tell she was still not recovered.

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15 Feb 2015

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A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2015

AOI and TOI: working side by side {for a second because TOI started eating the crayon}. This week toddler girl’s immune system wasn’t at its best so baby boy has been trying to get her attention even more because his sister is lying down on the sofa too many times and he wants to see her running or playing around the house so he can follow her.

TOI: He loves this stuffed Scout toy her aunty N bought for his as Christmas present. He picks it up and play the music and dances.

AOI: preparing valentine’s card for her class mates.

Allergic to Cashew Nuts

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Just in the morning we were reading books and didn’t know she was going to have the worse allergic reaction she had ever had.

Tuesday, 10-02-2015,

we had a scare. AOI had a very bad allergic reaction to cashew nuts. She went to her best friend's house for a play date. As soon as I got there she came out from the living room looking as if she’s been crying, also she looked as if she had the flu which she didn’t have that morning. I kneeled down and ran into my arms. My friend told me that around three o’clock AOI started coughing very badly and sniffing, she phoned me earlier to come pick her up but I didn’t hear the phone call because I was taking care of TOI.

As we left the house I told myself that maybe she was sleepy because she hasn’t been sleeping well due to TOI walking up far too early in the mornings. On our way home I kept close eye on her, at one point I turned to see that she was dozing off. Then I noticed her eyelids were starting to swell and she wouldn't stop scratching her neck. I kept asking “What happened, what happened to you.” she didn’t answer. As soon as I pulled the car in the parking space she told me "Mummy, I'm very itchy." I took both kids in my arms and rushed into the house. When I checked her skin she was starting to have blotchy red skin. I kept repeating "what happened to you, what happened to you?..." She did answer but I couldn’t hear so I asked again "What did you eat?"
"I ate cashew nut." She quietly answered, I suspected that but I also remember telling my friend that AOI was allergic to cashew nuts so she wasn't going to give them to her. I ran AOI a warm bath and made her drink a lot of water, that helped a little.

When her daddy got back home we decided to take her to the doctor. In all this TOI was calm and just playing with the toys alone, like holding a book or simple toy. On our way there I saw the swelling on the eye and the redness on her cheeks were getting better. So instead of making the drive to the hospital we decided to go buy a wash clothes and brioche. But we were half where there when AOI threw up. I saw all the food she ate at her friend's  house come out. My eyes went wide open when I saw her vomiting for the second time, a little came out from her nose.  "Calm down, calm down..." I kept repeating to myself. I was so worry she was going to choke. So I focused on the shops along the street, especially Don's photo shop. AMI was proud of us, of AOI for doing well, throwing up was a good response to reaction because she her body was rejecting whatever was bothering her, and for me because I was calm. We came back home and she asked to go to the toilet for number two. I gave her two baths and by the end of the second bath she was much better, and my heart was a bit serene. She wanted my cuddles and that's what mummy is here for. 

But once she was her normal self she said “Tosca did a magic to cure me. She helped me get better.”  Tosca is her favourite everything!

13 Feb 2015

Weekend Stills

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  • we had a lovely weekend. it was hubby’s 38th birthday but we didn’t celebrate it with anything big just a lunch with friends after church, in a restaurant situated in a cave building. At church the was a great atmosphere because the Sunday School children were saving muffins and tea. We then went to a local bookstore so AMI could buy few things with the gift voucher his parents gave him.
  • I love the portraits of my children. AOI can sleep anywhere if she tired. TOI can balance on a foot stool so mummy can take a picture of his gorgeousness. 
  • In the afternoon, while TOI was taking a nap, I encourage AOI and AMI to come outside with me in part to fight cabin fever, into the snow to carry on building a cave I started back in January, it’s nothing special but it’s fun to climb it and slide down off it.

12 Feb 2015

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So much happen in a week that choosing just one picture to present my children in that particular week proves difficult but I’m keeping up with the challenge.

TOI: this week he was very busy around the house. Picking things up and putting them into his sister’s school back and then taking everything out from the back and then repeat.

AOI: she had more afternoon naps, which made her stay in good spirit.

AOI and TOI: little boy likes to play rough. He has already started wrestling his sister, she was having a moment of give me what I want or I cry and brother just climbed over her shoulders. She started to laugh instead of crying. Little brother saved the crying moment.

3 Feb 2015

Weekend Stills

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  • This weekend we went to my friend’s little girl’s first birthday. I was the official photographer there. In the evening we went to dinner at another friend’s house. After dinner I hang all the photo I printed for them on the wall. I love the fact that I’m offering printing with my photography services because otherwise people don’t have time to print their photos – I should print more of my own photos. Sunday AOI went for her usual skating practice with daddy only because didn’t TOI be be exposed to much to the cold.

1 Feb 2015

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A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2015

So much happen in a week that choosing just one picture to present my children in that particular week proves difficult but I’m keeping up with the challenge.

AOI: she loves, LOVES literacy! Reading or memorizing her books, telling stories… This week we added practicing writing ABCs to our activities. I always say that she will write a book one day, she’s so creative and I love it so.

AOI and TOI: wherever she goes he goes and wherever he goes she goes, they enjoy playing together.

TOI: he loves, LOVES music! He wants to play any instrument he gets his hands on. I wonder if he will keep this trait as he gets older, because I love it so.

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