Friday, February 19, 2010

Thoughts for a Thursday

Hia! So, seeing as Friday and Saturday are going to be absolute madness (don't worry, good madness. Oh the madness *cackle*. Yes, you should be afraid), I thought I'd give you a mini post to assure you that no, I hadn't died again.

My mom has done another awesome thing. As a family, we are going to the library once a week. *glee*

so, I think I will be doing a few more reviews now.
Only not like I did the redwall one. I think I'll be keeping it less homework-y and formal, ya know? more like 'hey, this is awesome. This is my favorite part. Yo.'

yes, 'Yo' is an official term.

I've already read The Icarus Hunt, by Timothy Zahn, Princess of the Midnight Ball, by Jessica Day George, and The Tale of Desperaux, by Kate DiCamillo

So stay tuned for awesomeness!

And yes I know that in technical terms, this will be posted on Friday. But I don't care! It's still Thursday if I say it is. and I do *sticks tongue out*


  1. I absolutely adore the library. My mom once took us in the middle of a snowstorm when the power went out. Yes, it was night time. But we could easily walk there and once we got there, there were other people there!! We all had flashlights and walked around in the dark looking for books. It was definitely a whole bunch of awesome. =]


  2. Hey,

    So I gave you a shout-out for giving me the blog award :)


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  4. Can't wait to read your review of Princess of the Midnight Ball. It's next on my 'to-read' pile, and I've heard good things, but I'm unsure. What's your take on it?

    from The Literati

  5. Spot-Woah, that sounds awesome! I'm actually really jealous. In a storm? Dude, that rocks.

    Creative A-Awww, thanks! You are too sweet :)

    Anonymous-Um, I'm actually really confused as too what you're trying to tell me. If you could clarify a bit :)

    Jules-I liked the book, though it wasn't one of my favorites. My problem is that it seemed a tad anti-climactic to me, like the author could have made the solution/problem/plot a bit more intense/epic (can you tell I like slashes?)