I don’t have much to rant about this week, but I’ll keep typing and just see what happens. I am a writer after all. I was always taught in English class throughout middle school that if you free write like this and just keep typing or writing without actually thinking what you’re writing about something will come up. I came up with some really weird stuff in seventh grade that way. But then again, seventh grade English was a really weird class. Did you know for one of my final papers in 7th grade at the end of the class I did a paper on the Spice Girls? That’s how obsessed I was. And it wasn’t even entirely true. The basis of the story was pretty much true, but since I actually had to write a story about them or whatever, I had to make up dialogue and the inside story a little bit.

Wow. I can’t believe I just spewed all of that out of the never-ending cycle that I call my creative mind. Some of my most random rants and raves will just come from the stuff I free write about. Speaking of randomness, I would like to rant about one thing: my site hits! At the time I am writing this, I have 59 hits on my site! And the counter has only been up since the beginning of this month! And we’re not even halfway through the month! I’m super stoked! God, I must be boring everyone to tears by now!

OK, would you like me to tell you the story of this week’s episode, since I think it is so very important? It may not seem so at first, but it is. Episode 16 – Mission: Meg. Megan DeWitt is the newest main character, but she’s not very dominant at first. She kind of disappears for a little bit, but trust me, she’ll be back. Meg is one of my favorite characters, personally, and think she has a lot of depth to add to JD. She’s lots of fun, trust me on that. I’ll have her character bio up as soon as I can, so keep watch on that. Anyways, thanks again for visiting the Juvenile Diversion web page, which will soon be getting a small makeover (key word: small) and keep coming back every Friday when a new episode comes out! Thanks everyone!