First off, I want to wish a happy Halloween. I hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable holiday, especially for those going trick or treating at some point today.
Now, to the topic at hand. Do you consider reading to be rude rather than interacting with other people around you? Why or why not?
In this day in age, I see people buried in their cell phone all day. So, my question is how can someone accuse a person of being rude to read a book instead of interacting with the people around them when other people bury themselves in their phones? I’ve always been kind of on the shy side so it was always hard for me to interact with others. That may have been something that helped draw me to reading. So, I don’t consider it rude when someone reads instead of interacting with other people….some people are just introverts.
Since I have all seven season on dvd, I’ve been watching this show today. I hope to get through all of the seasons by the end of the week. Today I’m on season two as I’ve already watched the first season. The second season has proven to be interesting to say the least. Has anyone watched this show? Which episode is your favorite?
I managed to collect the Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger Hallmark ornaments yesterday. I had already purchased the Harry Potter ornament (along with the Hallmark Power Cord to be able to connect the 3 ornaments together because I knew I would get all three of them at some point). I now have all of Hallmark’s ornaments from the Harry Potter collection for the 2019 year (including the Hogwarts tree topper). Each one of them interact with each other and will play scenes from “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” when they are plugged in. I can’t wait for Christmas to get here so that I can put all them out on the tree.
I just found out yesterday that one of my favorite authors wrote another book. I haven’t acquired the book yet but I’m looking forward to getting my hands on it. It’s labeled a “western” but it also sounds like it’s a cozy mystery, which is something I like. I was released earlier on the 17th of October but I’ve spent quite a bit of money on books lately. So, I’ll probably wait till Christmas to see if I can get someone to get me this as a present.
Has there ever been a book out there that has made you cry? Which book was it? What was it about that book specifically that brought on the tears?
The only thing that I remember crying over was during the Harry Potter series, most notably the latter part of the series when things started getting darker. There were certain deaths that really hit you hard during that series. I understand that there was a “war” going on from about the end of the 4th book till the end of the series and that death is an unfortunate part of that. There were just some deaths that were so unexpected or sudden that you really felt it. I think that is one thing that can make an author a really good one…..when they’ve gotten you so attached to a character that you feel that loss when that particular characters passes away.
Stephen King has become one of my favorite authors. I actually started reading literature written by his son before I started reading his stuff. The first thing I read of his was “Carrie”. I’m in the process of reading his Dark Tower series. I’ve read the first book and I need to move on to the second one. Right now I’m in the middle of reading “IT”. It’s a good book but it’s quite a long read. I have a couple of his other works that haven’t been able to read yet, such as Misery and Cujo. I know, I know…..I need to get reading.
What have you read by Stephen King? What is your favorite? Which would you recommend?
Well, I acquired two new books today. I know I mentioned not so long ago that I probably wouldn’t purchase any books any time soon. *grins sheepishly* I couldn’t help myself. I found these two books by author Wayne Hancock and just had to have them. I love reading mysteries and Wayne Hancock happens to be an author I like. I really need to get reading with all these books I have added to my collection. At least I won’t have to worry about running out of stuff to read any time soon…