When you can’t decide exactly what you want to blog about…

You just blog about whatever comes into your head!  It’s a blog-of-consciousness.

Who am I?

If I lived in the world of Harry Potter, I’d be Nameless Hufflepuff Student #3, whose parents pulled her out of Hogwarts the minute Colin Creevey and his camera hit the floor.  I’d’ve gotten O.W.L.s in Potions, Charms and Herbology and probably wound up in Magical Maintenance at the Ministry, at least until You-Know-who took over the Ministry and I had to run for it because I was Muggle-born.

If I lived in the world of the Hunger Games, hopefully I squeaked through ages 12 to 18 without having my name called in the Reaping, because I would never have made a good Career.  If I was chosen and nobody volunteered for me, I most definitely would’ve died in the bloodbath at the Cornucopia.

If I lived in the world of The Walking Dead, I wouldn’t survive past the opening credits.

If I lived in the world of Lord of the Rings, I’d definitely be a hobbit.  Probably a Brandybuck, with a dash of Took and just enough hobbit-sense not to run off into the blue with wizards and dwarves and what-all.  At least, not until I’m fifty or so….

Yes, there’s going to be a lot of children’s and YA lit here.  Yes, there’s going to be a lot of fantasy and science fiction here.  There’s going to be a lot of Breaking Benjamin, Linkin Park, and Bring Me The Horizon here.  There’s likely to be some activism, some atheism, and some bleeding-heart liberalism here.

And then there’ll be the days when I’m doing nothing but describing the nightmare I had last night about trying to do a semester’s worth of math homework in a few days.

Don’t say I didn’t warn you.


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