Hello. I've been taking a hiatus called "lazy" but now I'm back. Also, I have homework and college crap to do, which means that I will procrastinate more and more by drawing pictures of bears and talking about glitter in depth. YAY!!!!
I'm thinking about blogging a book for SparkLife. If you think that this is a terrible idea, please feel free to inform me with vitriol, but take note that I will only accept criticism if it comes in the form of a gift basket full of delicious treats and puppies. I will not eat the puppies. You may have the puppies back after I'm done playing with them. At least one puppy must be named Toad-Dog.
I've opened up a new poll asking you guys which book you think I should blog. In light of Blogging Twilight's sad, sad end, I originally thought of blogging The Host. Don't take Dan Bergstein into account when voting, cause he is going to do something very spectacular, but it won't be The Host. It's going to be even better. And that's all I'll say about that. I will probably get fired in approximately twenty minutes. Today is a day of magic!
Anyway, vote on the poll and if you choose the last option, be sure to leave me a comment or shoot me an email telling me that I'm an idiot and really should have thought of [insert incredible/horrible/whatever book here] and then I will add that into the running.
Tomorrow, hopefully, I will return to regular posting. Keep on keepin' on, Sparkleheads. And other people who read my blog. (Hi, mom.)
Update: There are a few things that I need to clarify. First, I KNOW that The Host is by Stephenie Meyer and that every one of you loathes her with a fiery passion. That is the point. See I can't blog something too freaking awesome because this is how it would go:
So I read this book and it was incredible. In this chapter, awesomeness happens. The characters are wonderful and make super decisions. Everything makes perfect and complete sense. I do not see anything wrong with this book. Remember that one really suspenseful part of this chapter? Me too. It was great, as I'm sure we can all agree. I love this book.
That was probably not very interesting. I've read The Hunger Games series and loved it, but I probably wouldn't blog it just because I don't really have anything to say about it. It was great. Sure, I have some minor issues with it, but not enough to write something interesting. That's not to say that a book has to suck to be an interesting blog, but when something is nit-picked, it's funnier. JUST SAYIN'.
(Cue the "MEGAN YOU ARE A MO-RON" comments.)