I can't believe I haven't made a post since Halloween! I was trying really hard not to have such a long posting absence between reviews, but the memes weren't doing it for me. I either had no answer at all, or a really simple answer that wasn't really worth sharing...I did finish one amzing book though: The Complete Maus. I was just so blown away, but I wasn't sure how to review that one. So I decided to just leave it.
Anyhoozer, I wanted to talk about a challenge idea I have for February of next year. I'm not sure how interesting it is or if it even makes any sense yet, but I'm going to try my best to work out any kinks. It's called "Fairytale February." Fairytale is just like an umbrella term though. The basics of it are: to read any kind of fantasy or paranormal or vampirey, werewolf, etc. fiction. Also included would be YA stories of the same ingredients and of course, children's fairy tales. :p But it must have characters of origins that aren't well...real.
I got this idea when I first bought my copy of complete Hans Christian Andersen stories. Looking at that huge book thinking I'll never get through this. So I hatched this challenge idea. I'm thinking for reading numbers would be however many you wish. How does it sound so far? Not confusing I hope. :p
I also had another little idea of late, a sort vampire only book club, but I don't know how that would work out since I get stuck in reading trends and then they fizzle out after a while. A reading trend such as the vampire one I'm happily entangled in right now with Sookie Stackhouse and The Vampire Diaries - which I still have yet to read, btw. Ugh. I don't know. I'm not opposed to someone lifting this idea from me, now that I've thought about it this would be a bad idea for me to host, cos if I lost interest I would feel so bad if someone else had joined me on it..so please do run with this idea if you wish!
That's all for now. :)