Saturday, October 6, 2007

Blog classification and a query

Well this is an utterly inefficient way of sending a message to my fellow blog-peoples but here goes:
  • I am planning on publishing the semi-weekly book reviews I do for school. Why the semi-weekly book reviews? Because I go to school in a mexican public school and they teach *very* basic English, which is utterly useless to me, but I struck a deal with the teacher.
  • However, my first one was on Kiki Strike: Inside the Shadow City, and it seems like something rather idiotic to publish on a blog where the author / main character depending on your mindset posts.
  • But people might not've read it...
  • Also, I'm debating whether the books I read normally are freaky enough. I suppose at least most of them are... And the Uglies trillogy is, to someone not used to it, plain weird. After all, the image-oriented culture that much...

If public opinion is against publishing the Kiki Stirke review (I should probably rewrite it anyway, it's my first book review, ever, so it's pretty bad, but the teacher doesn't speak English that well) my first review will be of Peeps... perhaps if the whole world reads it (eventually, says probability, everyone who reads english, has a computer and is bored, will end up reading this, I think... this may take a trillion billion [insert prefix]llion years though...) people will get the nuclear peanut butter joke. (page 136 of the paperback with the canon-inaccurately eyes). I can hope.

Okay, I stop babbling now.

5 comments:

International Mastermind said...

I think that each of us should do a seperate kiki strike review. It would be cool to hear each other's opinions!

theatre said...

i totally agree

we should compile a list of all of our favorite books and stick it on the sidebar or something

CosimaCat said...

And maybe do a list of books we´d each like to read

bloody awful poetry said...

or maybe a list of all the authors we've reviewed so far,with links to their official pages,and stick that on the sidebar?

CosimaCat said...

Or all of the above?