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Hi There...

I wanted to write a quick post this morning and apologize to anyone who may notice or care that there hasn't been a blog post/review for quite a while lately.

I am very sorry. I will be getting more on task as soon as possible. What with my computer flipping out, as well as Blogger itself (I had a nice, long entry and reviews for you guys last week but it all went up in smoke, not even automatically saved by Blogger - it was terrible) and my own busy schedule - I just haven't had as much time or energy to get on here. But I will.

Just to let you know real quick what I've been reading... I will give only a one word review for the time being, and will elaborate more when I get the chance.

Tales of Beedle the Bard, by J.K. Rowling: Fantastic!

Twilight, by Stephenie Meyer: Frakktastic!!!

The Prince of Fenway Park, by Julianna Baggott: Eh...

New Moon, by Stephenie Meyer: Frakktastic!!!!!!!!

Eclipse, by Stephenie Meyer (currently halfway through): Supercalafragilisticexpialadosis!!!

Now, to anyone who hasn't been as dumb as me and has already read the Twilight Saga (oh my gosh, I am so loving it!!!): please don't let even the tiniest slip of a spoiler enter into any comments on here, please, if you are so kind to comment, that is.

Thanks for your patience and understanding, guys!

I sure hope this actually posts!


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