Well, what a week! I haven’t had much time to look at other posts, let alone respond to comments here, but that means that FanstRAvaganza 3 is far from over. While the actual event is over now, the posts are still there to read and to comment on, and that goes for all the participants, not just myself.
Thank you all for stopping by and reading what I’ve had to say. I’ve tried to mix business-as-usual with FanstRAvaganza, which means a lot more work, but it’s worth it. Big, humongous thanks to the organising crew behind this year’s event, and amongst those, I’d like to give honourable mentions to Servetus, who has done the nigh impossible here and managed to
herd cats organise bloggers, and to CDoart, for keeping track of all the posts. Thanks also to all fellow participants, old and new. You’re all awesome, and it’s going to be lots of fun catching up with everything in the weeks, and probably months, to come.
For those who would like to stick around after FanstRAvaganza – I hope you will, I like the company – this blog is mainly focused on film, TV and book reviews. For the most part, film, as I get through them quicker. *cough* There’s a new review every Monday to Friday, and they’re not genre specific either. There’s occasional philosophising about Richard Armitage, and I’m trying to read every officially published Jane Eyre derivative I can get my hands on. And review them. So feel free to check back whenever.
And like the title says, there’s no need to say goodbye, let’s say hello!
Here’s what’s coming up this week:
- MONDAY: The Flight of Gemma Hardy by Margot Livesey – a Jane Eyre derivative from 2012!
- TUESDAY: Pearl Harbor, in which Michael Bay attempts an unconvincing love triangle.
- WEDNESDAY: Fragile, horror story with Calista Flockhart, that is very close to being completely awesome!
- THURSDAY: How to Go Carbon Neutral by Mark Brassington, a starter guide on to how to live a more eco-friendly life.
- FRIDAY: The Devil Wears Prada, which is basically Ugly Betty without the braces.
Also, there’s a cute video lined up for Saturday, and on Sunday, there’s a new post in the Swedish Ways series. (Swedish Ways is this year’s theme posts – days special in the Swedish calendar, and why. Last year’s theme was Neo-Pagan holidays.)