Posts tagged review
Posts tagged review
Seriously, this is my accomplishment list of 2012. It’s a tad sad. But, that’s ok! I lived life and had a good time.
Today is the first day. The first day of rating my husband daily.
It may not be a healthy thing to do, probably undoubtedly a bad choice. But, he thought it would be funny, and I thought it might make a good way to gush about how great he is, and also a way to vent. Hopefully, I won’t get so annoyed at him.
Today, a Sunday, is the start of this endeaver.
It started off bad. Not because of him, because of all the bureaucratic shit we had to deal with. I won’t get into it here, though. I also had to force him to take control of the things he needs to take control of. Like his car!
What a fiasco that turned into too. But he did it, that’s what matters!
Things went well the rest of the day, I was in a bit of a funk but he did all he could to make me happy. Including putting up with me.
Then he left the oven on for 7 hours while we were out.
Instead of taking him down a star for each hour, I gave him 7 stars. Consider yourself lucky, hubby!
3.5 or 4 stars, not sure yet.
This book was very different from what I expected. I’m not entirely sure WHAT I expected. I know I didn’t expect a sad book about loss, grief and thew will and way to move on. I thought it would have elements of those things, I thought it would…
When I first started reading this novel, I had high expectations that were being let down early on.
I’m not sure exactly what I was hoping fore, maybe for less vain and self indulgent/obsessed characters that I could root for or at least want to relate to. Instead I found I…
4.5/5 stars (it’s hard to give ratings with just 5 stars, I might have to change to 10!)
Given that I just finished this book, I want to say a lot with out giving anything away.
I had a hard time rating it. I’ve been reading a lot of dystopian novels lately, and I was very happy with this…
Insurgent comes out soon! I’m applying to receive an Advance Reading Copy though, I am so excited to read the book. I hope they send me one, really help me in this world of books and reviews.
Hence the reblog.
Can you believe it was my first time reading a Jane Austen book?
Though I started it on Christmas of 2011, in my excitement of receiving my kindle and then obtaining a number of free books (including most of Jane Austen’s) I had to start something right away.
About the book:
It is about a boy and a girl who are put into a magical challenge. Both their instructors are impossibly old and have done these challenges before. Macro, the boy, and Celia, the girl, do not understand what it is or what it means. Celia…
This book is produced (?) by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, but written and illustrated by many contributors through hitrecord. It’s a very neat idea. People upload art, literature, drawings, paintings, lyrics, songs, videos, scripts etc. Other people can download anything and modify it….