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The purpose of this blog

The purpose of this blog originally was just going to be either a writing journal or a school reading journal.  And in a sense, it will remain that.  However I am going to redefine it now.

This blog will be my writing, book reviews, movie review etc.  I’m going to try and keep my personal life restricted to my LJ so you don’t have to worry about me rambling on about someone else and their idiocy (unless its about a character in a book).  However, I may on occasion write about something non-writing or reading.  Like perhaps a ramble on a certain research element.

Some of you might not know, but I have another blog here on WordPress called Graphic Mirage.  It is a graphic design/tech blog, but its not a super-tech blog.  Basically I talk about things and hope people talk back.  Sometimes I ask questions, sometimes I give answers, and alot of times I just talk about things that I like in that realm.  Feel free to follow it and leave comments.Its interactive.

So is this blog.  I see this as a communication medium, not just somewhere where you read what I have to say.  If I don’t like a book and you do, feel free to put your opinion up.  Just be polite about it.  I can delete comments if they insult me or the other commentators (and telling me I’m wrong is not an insult.  I’m talking about calling me or someone else a name that might require your mother putting soap in your mouth).

I am also doing a 50 Books a year thing (book it?) so if you have any suggestions for books for me to read, I’m happy to take them.  Right now I am reading The Harry Potter series (attempting to actually read them all, except 7 and read them in order.  Unlike the last time where I read 1 & 3)  and The Rowan, the first in the Tower series.  I have already read the book, but its been at least a year, if not two since I did and I am quite enjoying it and realizing things I never noticed before.


A thirty-something Graphic Designer and writer who likes to blog about books, movies and History.

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