2014 Year End Review

It has been a very interesting year reading-wise. With how work ate up most of my life the past year, I only started to have free time after I resigned. “More books!” I shouted in glee, and I was optimistic. I still took it safe, and planned to read 30 books for the year, especially since I started late in the year. Still, my progress was more than I could’ve hoped for.

I’m thinking of doing bi-monthly reviews for Interactive Fiction. They’re not quite like actual books, but they’re still stories told. People see them as games, but these are also called by a number of other names: kinetic novels, visual novels, etc.

I’ve always loved stories, and games, and well-written stories in games. Hnm. Maybe I should.

Some of us think holding on makes us strong but sometimes it is letting go.
Hermann Hesse

2012 Reading Challenge update

Despite one book short of reaching the past year’s reading goal, I still got past my initial goal of 32 books. And looking at my reading list, I have gone back to read more shoujo manga and romance titles than I have done in recent memory. Which really isn’t so bad, all things considered. Even […]