Two more down for the Horror and Urban Fantasy challenge! These two are the last of my rereads for the series, I have Changes, which is the next one, and I know Ghost Story is out but last I checked it was still in hardcover and I always get paper back, (I keep enough junk in my purse/bag/tote as it is, I don’t need a hardcover book weighing me down).
I’m not going to bother reviewing these two since it would probably just end up as more gushing like I did about White Night. I will probably do a proper review for Changes because I’ll remember my first impressions and all that.
I seem to be getting through this one challenge pretty fast. I have a lot of free time. Well, it’s more that reading’s all I’m doing with my free time because I live in Canada and it’s cold outside. Though to be fair it’s been a ridiculously mild winter so far (it rained the other day!) but that just means that the -15 weather we’ve got now seems colder in comparison. Or I’m a wimp. (pretty sure it was down to -20s and 30s last winter this time).
Anyways after Changes I’ll try working on some of the other challenges. I didn’t really mean to focus on only this one, it’s just that Dresden fits into it nicely. I suppose most of them do have fairies, and he is a detective, so I could count them towards the Telling Tales and Mystery challenges, but that kind of seems like cheating so I probably won’t. I’ll also try to do some real reviews, not just ‘OMG i love this book <3<3<3’ (ok, maybe I’m not that bad, but I’ve never really written reviews… I did find a chapter in one of my English text books though so I’ll do research and everything).
Also still planning on starting some art and writing challenges, though I’m not sure I’d actually label them challenges… maybe just fun little helpers for if you get stuck in a creative rut. I always find it easier to work on things that don’t really matter and I’m not planning on doing anything with, as soon as something needs to get done or becomes important to me I worry more about how it’s going to turn out. I over think and all of a sudden something that was really easy the day before is now really hard.
But more about that later this week. Now I have to go read Changes (yes, have to).