Friday, July 15, 2011

Literary World taken over by Potterathon's.

I seriously doubt that anyone this weekend will be picking up books to read.  If they do, certainly they will be only to catch up on the nuances of Potter.  We've already watched the last movie yesterday (again) ourselves and are heading to the theatre this afternoon. Of course we blame our kids for our infatuation with the books, movies and world of Hogwarts.  Who doesn't?  Still that is what reading is all about, allowing yourself to live in another world for whatever brief amount of time you can.  Personally I am all about that, even with the Tramp Stamp Club series I created a world that doesn't actually exist (at least I don't think it does.) Another book that is available is Nymph. Not a long story, one that can be read soaking in a bubble bath or an hour by the pool.  It does take you into an underworld of women who respect their men but find them useful for one thing and one thing only.  I enjoyed writing it a great deal, imagining little greenish fairy like women living in the forest was a ton of fun.  They capture men and bring them into their lair from time to time to refresh the population.  If you haven't read it, take a bit of time and join my imaginary forest women!
Have a thoroughly enjoyable day! -Laura
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1 comment:

  1. I know what you mean about the HP invasion. I made the mistake of going to a Barnes & Noble bookstore on Friday night. I had forgotten all about those Harry Potter Parties every time a new movie is released. I was almost literally crowded out of the store in a wave of Potter-clad teens (Okay, not all of them were teens) finally submitting and going home with my lower lip hanging to to enjoy me nook in peace.

    Oh, and I'll be sure to check out you book "Nymph" too. Now that you've written a little more about it I'm intriqued and must have it.