Value QB: Marcus Mariota - Marcus Mariota was the most red zone efficient QB in 2016 and although his high efficiency will most likely regress to the mean, Marcus will still put up top 5 QB points with the new additions of touchdown machine Erick Decker and rookie standout and first round pick Corey Davis. MariGOATa has a current ADP of 7.04 so he will prove great value to owners that are loading up at core positions and waiting on drafting a QB until the mid rounds.
One more special chapter to go. I'll stop updating on this book after. Thank you so much, to those who read my precious book. I really appreciate that, its mean a lot to me.
I guess I'll start focusing on my second and third book after this. My second book is MEMORI. It's a heavy version I guess, a lot of sad and mental disorder thing in it. My third book is about, mehh I don't know its is fantasy. I dont know how to describe, still didn't come out with ideas for that book.
I guess that's all. ~crimsomnia~
Guess what's going to print!! Haha, excuse the dodgy quality and the "intense" music to drown out the sound of children on holiday! To celebrate #theclockkeeper going to print, I'm GIVING AWAY the ebook for this weekend ONLY! This is the first and last time you'll be able to grab it free, so I hope you snatch it up! https://www.amazon.com/Clock-Keeper-Melissa-Delport-ebook/dp/B01MY1YX57
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This week, I'm adding 5 new words to the lexicon under 3 Ayvarith words! Since I'm preparing (well, prepared) for the display of two of my metallic prints in an exhibition next Monday, I've decided to add some words related to Exhibitions and Expos. All the words here are actually derived and constructed from a single verb that existed already in the lexicon long ago: (to show) [ąawar].
First, the verb (to exhibit) [ąawran]. It is a common practice for me to derive a 4-letter verb root from a 3-letter which has a parallel meaning somewhat.
Secondly, the word for (Exhibition) and likewise (Expo), which comes from the previous verb: [ąawránah]. Notice here that this word is used to note the activity itself and not the place.
Finally, (Gallery) or (Showroom), and this word is to be used to note the place of the exhibition itself (or any kind of showrooms, from arts to cars): [bét ąawrán]. The word [bét] is commonly used to note places (even within the human body: [bét xaklá] = stomach). Meanwhile, the word [ąawrán] is originally derived from the verb (to show) [ąawar] and it did exist in the lexicon before, meaning (a show of something), i.e. the activity of showing something. I had to make a distinction though between (exhibition) and (show), as the former is supposedly dedicated to the display of an object, while the latter is a general concept (e.g. theater show). .