So in my last post I said that I hoped to blog soon....obviously, since that was almost a month ago, that did not happen.

But! Something cool I discovered last Thursday night are the short, low budget films of FC Rabbath.
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2426189/ and http://www.youtube.com/user/fcrabbath

The first two films I watched "The Legend of David," and "Scarlet's Witch," were fantastic stories told with great cinematography directing and style. I deffinately recomend you go and check him out if you haven't heard of him yet. I really don't think I could summerize either plot without giving too much away, so go watch if you'd like to know what they're about. He also has a bunch of funny films such as "Alpha Male," "The Chase," and "CLICHé," if his more serious work is not to your taste.

So as I said in my last post, I am gearing up for NaNoWriMo, and I've pretty much worked out all of the details of my plot, so I can't wait to start writing! YAY! Only 10 days to go.

And in other news Shadow Dragons by James A. Owen comes out on the 27, which I cannot wait to get! I'm so excited to watch his Imaginarium Geographica series grow. SQUEE.

Also, since I am now on a bit of a tangent spiral, I have found a sudden addiction to the song "Halo" by Beyoncé....don't know why, but its there.

Meh, so that's my life right now. Hope to blog soon, but I make no promises.

[Error: unknown template qotd] In the novel The Princess Bride by S. Morgenstern (aka William Goldman), the opening begins with the most beautiful women in the world. I like this, not because it simply talks about beauty, but how quickly the most beautiful woman in the world changes and for the most honest reasons. It later ties in, because Buttercup, the main character, later rises very quickly through the most beautiful numbers simply because she starts bathe and pay attention to the way she looks. This all was excluded from the film (though the film was still amazing) so it was rather interesting when I heard it for the first time

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