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Happy!Jared
yuna_hen
I have a hidden love of television.

It's true. It's a bit crazy, I know, but I adore cheesy sci-fi.

I was really looking forward to Virtuality this year then it got cancelled.

Do you guys have any shows like that?

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Words Can Change the World
yuna_hen
The newest NYTimes Best Seller List has "The Time Traveller's Wife" on it. Again.

And while I'm all for supporting the numbers, when it comes down to the books it's just a lot of repetition.

I'm not sure how much I really like that.

I mean, great, yes, that they're super well known, but sometimes it feels like the lesser known books - or even books that haven't already been on that list should be up there.

It's not how that works, I know, but I think it'd be cool if one day - maybe just once - it was like Independent-Press day.

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Greek Tragedy
yuna_hen
I shall endeavour to use this space more as an ability to keep reviews for novels and books abounding, I think.

I did just find a website: Infloox that might make things work out a bit better. It seems to catalog similarities and influences on books.

I've been trying to find a good book list, place. That...might be one to check.

One thing...
Happy!Jared
yuna_hen
I find it hard, sometimes, to look at YA novels easily.

There's so many out there (yeah, lookin' at you a bit Twilight) that don't really develop character super well.

That might be why I was so excited to find melissa_writing's work - YA fantasy that isn't cheesy (well, overly), but with really developed characters.

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Words Can Change the World
yuna_hen
I'm not overtly sure how to use this site - as a blog? A journal? - It seems set up for both.

I'm going in to be a librarian, but it's always interesting to see What people suggest for YA readers

Watching...
Greek Tragedy
yuna_hen
I'm watching an old Cellian Murphy flick - "Breakfast at Pluto" - gotta admit, definitely a unique...um. film.

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