2015 came to a close last night, and instead of writing a sappy blog post about how much I've changed this year, I've decided to look forward.
I don't want to bore everyone with what I accomplished this year like graduating college, starting my first job in a career, starting my blog, my YouTube channel, cosplaying, and starting my first book, I'd like to write about what I want to do this year in 2016. After all, my life's not all that exciting.
When I told my friend I was reading The Fountianhead by Ayn Rand, she asked me ‘Why? Do you hate your life?’ I was flabbergasted. I was only about 100 pages in, and was absolutely loving it.
Turns out, she had never read the book. She had only read articles about the book but formed an opinion from someone else's filtered opinion of the book, and I realized that comment was very coincidental as I read.
Windows 10 review brought to you by a completely technology inept young girl who justs wants to save pictures of Pumpkin Spice Lattes
That headline probably pulled you in, right? That headline is like Windows 8. Stupid, in your face, and not helpful. But I wanted to write something funny, and I connected it to what this post is about.
THESE BOOKS (SERIES) APPEAR IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER BECAUSE I CANNOT AND WILL NOT CHOOSE AN ALL-TIME FAVORITE BOOK OR SERIES
1. "Lord of the Rings", "The Hobbit" by J. R. R. Tolkien
2. "The Inheritance Cycle" by Christopher Paolini
3. "The Blind Assassin" by Margaret Atwood
4. "American Gods" by Neil Gaiman
5. "Star Trek" by Gene Roddenberry
6. "Game of Thrones" by George R. R. Martin
7. "The Inkheart Trilogy" by Cornelia Funke
8. "Warriors" by Erin Hunter
9. "The Hours" by Michael Cunningham
10. "Harry Potter" by J.K. Rowling
I like fantasy. Just a little.
PSA: I'm open to talking about books. All the time. Giving suggestions, taking suggestions, suggesting books that should burn etc.