P.S. I just saw the Lovely Bones, and for those of you who wanted to read it, the movie was just as unsatisfying as the book, at least in my opinion. But, the theatrical and dramatic effects were brilliant, and really made the story and Susie's perception of heaven real and mystical. So I would check it out if I were you :]
Tuesday, February 2
No time for recreational reading until May...
Winter break is over. Done. And now, the spring semester has fully begun, ready to overwhelm me with a whirlwind of reading, essays, projects along with club meetings and work. I barely have time to have a social life, let alone read for fun. So, it is necessary, and unfortunate, that I must take a hiatus, a vacation if you will, that is so not like a vacation, from recreational reading. Instead, I will be exploring the minds of Shakespeare, Sci Fi writers, and American Lit authors. About three books a week is about all the reading I can handle, and I love to read. So, it is time to say goodbye to late night mysteries and traumatic tearjerkers, and focus on the work of the Bard. I will attempt to update the blog world of my current academic reading, but as my workload is quite heavy, I am not promising anything. Which is fine, since I know only about four people are reading this, and that is quite okay.