Hola, Kumusta, Talofa, Namaste, Bonjour, Aloha, Hallo, Ciao and just hello 😁. Welcome back to the days 9 and 10. I didn't forget to do day 9 for yesterday, since I went to church, so YEAH! I hope you enjoy this, I guess (back at it again with the 'I guess'), pretty short article and lets get on with it.

Day 9: Your own idea, for a challenge.

Ok, so there are a lot of challenges out there. From the 15 Day Writing Challenge to the 100 Question Challenge (not sure if that's a challenge).
I don't have many ideas but since I love music, I would have a challenge related to music. And yes, I know, there are many music challenges out there but I was thinking a challenge on your mood or something like that. So for example (this is a bad idea so don't mind me):

Day 1: What song makes you happy?
Day 2: What song helps you study/read?
Day 3: What song is good for a rainy day?
Day 4: What song makes you sad?
Day 5: Favorite song? (not related to the making you happy one)
Day 6: Favorite artist?
Day 7: Favorite genre?
Day 8: What song would you recommend people to listen to?
Day 9: Favorite song through the years starting from the 60s?
Day 10: Favorite song through the different genres of music?

It's only a 10 Day Challenge by the way. I'm not really sure if this should be an actual challenge, since there might be others that have a similar suggestion. This was just a challenge that I thought last minute so it isn't that good and yeah.

Day 10: Write a book review.

I never was the best at book reviews so I guess I'll give it a try. There are so many books that I wanna give a review about but I have to choose one (How disappointing...)
The book I am doing a review on was one that I recently read which is a book called Charisma by Jeanna Ryan. It's a pretty good book to read and yeah! (yet again, can't get rid of 'I guess' and 'yeah' and 'yet again').

Charisma - Jeanna Ryan

A girl named Aislyn suffers from crippling shyness, that is, until she’s offered a dose of Charisma, an underground gene therapy drug guaranteed to make her shine bright. The effects are almost quite instant. She’s charming, joyful, and popular. But strangely, so are some other kids that she knows. The media go mad when the disease turns contagious, and then almost quite deadly, and the doctor who gave it to them disappears. Aislyn must find a way to stop it, before it's too late.
'Charisma' is a thrilling book to read and it will surely have you on the edges of your seats (I mean, literally! I fell off reading this book!).

Thank you for reading this article! If you've made it to the end, I officially appreciate you and I'm surprised that you've made it to the end of this boring article! Hope you enjoyed reading and it doesn't matter if you didn't enjoy!

Byeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! 🙂