Saturday, March 21, 2009

A Historical post ^,^

This post is very special to me for a number of reasons.
  • It's the 50th post in my blog, which is halfway to 100. ^,^
  • I've calculated that today is the 100th day in which I've been blogging, so that's pretty darn cool.
  • Even though my calendar says that yesterday was the first day of Spring, I believe Spring always comes on the 21. Which is today. ^,^ I love Spring.
Besides the technicalities, yesterday's events can only be described as historical in my book.
For one thing, my good friend, Jacoby, (aka, J.N. Future Author) at long last came through with his promise to send me some of his writing. No one knows how happy this made me when I checked my inbox to see it waiting for me to be read, except for my loving twin sister, Annette. I read it completely and gave it lots of corrective notes in a thorough fashion. I imagined that Q would give it similar treatment. Still, it's a fine piece of work. Jacoby, you should be proud of it, no matter what I say. ^,^

I also discovered that J.N. finally decided to contribute to my book blog. Check it out! I liked it. The only thing is, Jacoby, you forgot to mention the page length. I consider that important info. I found out the publication date on Wiki, though.

For futhur excitement, I went to the book store Borders yesterday, where two special things happened. 1: I finished the Bone series. To tell you the truth, the ending was a bit anticlimactic, but I still loved it. 2: I at last spotted James Dashner's Hunt for Dark Infinity on the shelf! I read the prologue, which was only a couple pages long. It doesn't make any sense, but then again, how many prologues make sense? I wanted to have it so much!!! But it costs almost $20. I think I'd rather wait for it to come in the library.

The last thing that happened was later that night, I started chatting with Q and, out of the goodness of her heart, she decided to let me read one of her short stories. Now that is a brilliant work of literature. (Not to take anything away from you, Jacoby ^,^.) It was lots of fun talking to her besides.

Anyway, it's really thrilling for me how much history this post cotains. You may not exactly share my sympathies, since you're not me, but hopefully you understand.


Q said...

I'm really glad you liked it. Anymore, it doesn't really feel like I wrote it, which is weird. But thank you.

J.N. Future Author said...

^.^ I can't wait to read what you wrote back!!!

Brian said...

History is a fascinating subject. I can't wait to read all of your stories.

Dave King said...

Congrats on your half century, but even more, congrats on the standard you have achieved.