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On the blog
I feel bad because I’ve posted less and less book reviews in the last month.
There’s no other reason except I am reading less and less right now. 😦 I’m finding it hard to find books that are really great. I am not as enthusiastic in reviewing a book when the review I’m going to write is somewhat negative.
Can you recommend some great reads, pretty please? 😉
In my life
Last Sunday I mentioned I’m going to join NaNoWriMo and I already have a plot in mind, I’ve already finished the outline and I’m itching to write the story itself but it’s not November yet. So, I found a new way to channel these creative juices– I’m working on the Nanowrimo High School Workbook. Yeah okay maybe I’m not in high school anymore but whatevs, at least I have something to work on until November comes. And who knows, I might end up including my workbook answers to the manuscript itself . 😉
When I opened my Facebook today, I stumbled upon this glorious poster:
Based on the poster and based on season3’s ending I am assuming that Moriarty is still alive (and no, this is not a spoiler because . I’m not sure how I feel about that news. This revelation really changes the whole dynamic of the story.
Jim, baby, as much as I love you, I prefer it if you stay dead.
THERE! I said it and I can’t take it back. I’ve been dying to say it since season 3 ended!
I know some Sherlockians might hunt me down because I said that. *shifty eyes*
However, this doesn’t mean that I’m boycotting Sherlock or something like that. I am still VERY excited for season 4 but the trepidation is there. Moffat and Gatis is bringing Sherlock to a whole new level and I feel like I’m bracing for a wild roller coaster ride. Still, it’s one roller coaster ride I know I’ll enjoy no matter how the ride ends.
Okay, enough with the roller coaster metaphors.