Not much to report! It’s been a slow month. I’m in the middle of dealing with a very difficult and private personal crisis so I haven’t have much time to read. I am reading some very good books – Maria Snyder’s Dawn Study, Rhiannon Thomas’s Long May She Reign – but I only really have the mental fortitude to come home, collapse on my bed and watch bad TV at the moment. I binged watched the entire series of Sex and the City in about a week after watching the films on Netflix.
I saw Moana at the cinema (finally!) and cried about half a dozen times. I think Moana is my new favourite Disney Princess (sorry, Belle!) even though I still identify with Rapunzel the most, and I also have to take some time to think if Moana is a better film than The Lion King, which I have held quite firmly as my favourite film for 20 years because of two events: the stampede, which to this day I cannot listen to or watch without crying and was AMAZING in the stage show, and Mufasa in the clouds, which I maintain is the most incredible piece of cinematic work in the history of cinema and nothing has come close to beating that scene. But Moana might. I really need to think about it. You can’t just replace your favourite film of 20 years because something shiny and new has come along.
Also, I liked Moana better than Frozen.
Monthly Wrap Up
Other Blog Posts You May Have Missed:
- [3 Jan] Top Ten 2017 Debuts I’m Excited For
- [4 Jan] Waiting on RoseBlood by AG Howard
- [5 Jan] Looking Back On My 2016 Blogging Resolutions
- [6 Jan] Perpetual Page Turner’s 2016 End of Year Book Survey
- [7 Jan] Stacking the Shelves (131)
- [10 Jan] Top Ten 2016 Releases I TOTALLY Wanted To Read But Missed
- [11 Jan] Waiting on Windwitch
- [12 Jan] Wicked Book Tag
- [14 Jan] Stacking the Shelves (132)
- [17 Jan] Top Ten Hidden Gems I Totally Recommend
- [18 Jan] Waiting on The Wish Granter
- [19 Jan] Phantom of the Opera Book Tag
- [28 Jan] Stacking the Shelves (133)
- [31 Jan] January Wrap Up
Posts We Found Interesting
Sorry, I fell behind I my blog reading this month! I don’t have anything to offer.