2 reasons why 14 is my lucky number

My lucky number is definitely 14. Yes, I am kind of superstitious but that is something I might post about another time. So here we go.

1:  Basketball

I play basketball at a high level and we get to pick our own numbers for the games. I got 14 for the first season and now I am always that number because of one small superstition. The season that I was 14, we came from the bottom of the ladder to third in the state and, even though it probably isn’t true, I like to believe that the magic of my number helped us.

2:  My birthdate

I was born on the 14th of July. I am not going to reveal the year because that is not important. If you write it in numerals, it is 14/7. If you double the seven then it is 14/14 and I think that is kind of cool!


So yeah, this was a lot shorter than I thought but oh well.  I DEFINITELY think 14 is a lucky number and there are other small superstitions as well.

Followers – to tweet or not to tweet

I recently bought a new book called Followers. The author is Anna Davies.  I really like this book because it is about romance, murders, mysteries and comedy. It will probably make you cry too 🙁

Briana (or Bree) thought she was just the ordinary person until twitter changes her life…


It is on sale at amazon Here

This is the blurb

When Briana loses out on a starring role in the school’s production of Hamlet, she reluctantly agrees to be the drama department’s “social media director” and starts tweeting half-hearted updates. She barely has any followers, so when someone hacks her twitter account, Briana can’t muster the energy to stop it. After all, tweets like “Something’s rotten in the state of Denmark . . . and a body’s rotting in the theater” are obviously a joke.

But then a body IS discovered in the theater: Briana’s rival. Suddenly, what seemed like a prank turns deadly serious. To everyone’s horror, the grisly tweets continue . . . and the body count starts to rise.

There’s no other explanation; someone is live-tweeting murders on campus.

With the school in chaos and the police unable to find the culprit, it’s up to Briana to unmask the psycho-tweeter before the carnage reaches Shakespearian proportions . . . or she becomes the next victim.

This is my second post and I hope you really like it!