(m) INP [January #2] The Maze Runner Timeline

“If you ain’t scared… you ain’t human.” – Dashner, James. The Maze Runner. Somerset: Chicken House, 2014. Print.




    • Thomas wakes up in the Box arriving at the Glade, with everything but his name forgotten.
    • He befriends Chuck and Chuck teaches him about how the Glade is run.
    • Thomas runs into the Maze, which he is not allowed in, and saves Alby and Minho when they don’t make it out of the maze in time.
    • After surviving this night, he learns that Grievers aren’t immortal.
    • He becomes a Runner, receives punishment for breaking rules, and befriends with Minho.
    • The first girl ever in the Glade, Teresa, shows up and triggers “the end”.
    • One day, Thomas and Minho follow a map and discover the Griever Hole.
    • Teresa and Thomas decipher the Maze’s code to enter the Griever Hole.
    • Thomas gets stung by a Griever so that he can receive the Serum and regain some of his memories from before he woke up in the Box.
    • After recovering, he learns more about himself and how to use the code, after that, he helps lead the boys to their escape.
    • When they do escape, some people are killed by Grievers, but most still manage to escape.
    • They enter the WICKED lab, and armed people start firing. Chuck sacrifices himself to save Thomas, and other people come to “save” them.



(m) INP [October #2] Everything I Hadn’t Said

“We rarely find a depth by looking inside of ourselves for it. Depth is found in what we can learn from the people and things around us. Everyone, everything, has a story, Gia. When you learn those stories, you learn experiences that fill you up, that expand your understanding. You add layers to your soul.” – West, Kasie. The Fill-In Boyfriend. California: HarperCollins. 2015. Print.




The Fill-In Boyfriend



This postcard shows what the protagonist, Gia, is thinking during the climax of the story. In The Fill-In Boyfriend, Gia is dumped by her boyfriend, Bradley, the night of prom when she was going to introduce him to her friends. While Gia is stressing out, she sees another guy dropping his sister off and asks him to fill-in. To her surprise, he says yes. Thus starts a web of lies, trickery, and fraud; one that Gia knows is slowly starting to unravel. Unknowingly, she starts to fall for her fill-in boyfriend. Until out of the blue, Bradley shows up and exposes all her lies, destroying her friendships and her even jeopardizing her new-found love. This postcard is set between her fight with Hayden, the fill-in boyfriend, where his best friend tells a lie about Gia and he decides to believe him over her. After the fight, they didn’t talk, so this was supposed to represent what Gia wanted to say to Hayden, but was afraid to because of rejection.

(m) INP [September #2] “Tasteful” Songs

The playlist for my book should be under the search engine, enjoy!


Right now, the playlist is on my whole blog. I’m still trying to fix that.


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All these songs show Nora’s emotions throughout the story.

“All I Do is Win” shows how determined Nora is to win Taste Test and her somewhat cocky nature. It also shows her want to beat Christian in all the challenges.

“Better Than Revenge” shows Nora’s sudden jealousy, annoyance, and anger when she saw Joy clinging on to Christian.

“Hate (I Really Don’t Like You)” explains Nora’s hatred for Joy, who at the time, had something going on with a judge. She was the first suspect for the blocking of the sink spout, until she was electrocuted in the second “accident”.

“Hate To Love You” is another song that describes Nora and Christian’s relationship. She like him a lot, but she doesn’t want to admit it.

“I Won’t Give Up” shows Nora’s feelings when Christian is recovering from his burns. It’s also how she deals with the situation, she feels disappointed and angry, but she doesn’t give up. This is when Nora starts to realise that there was more to the competition than just cooking yummier food.

“Not In That Way” describes the situation between Nora and her best friend, Billy’s, situation. He confessed to her, but she liked Christian. So Billy dropped it and pretended it never happened.

“Skyscraper” is how Nora feels when she finds out Gigi’s betrayal. How she carried out all the “accidents” for her mom.

“Weak When Ur Around” describes how Nora feels around Christian in the resolution of the story, where they can finally admit that they like each other.