First of all, as usual, the library has reduced hours this week and next week. Moreover, it’s closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. 😦 Therefore, I will most likely be completely offline on those four holidays.
Secondly, I’m sick. AGAIN. This time, however, I have some form of laryngitis, and no, wild horses couldn’t drag me to see a doctor. Readers will recall what happened last time I went into a doctor’s office—my blog entry about this experience was very…informative. I am now coughing up all the phlegm that is stuck in the recesses of my throat…is that a sign of improvement? That my body is fighting the illness? I hope so. I also hope that the amounts of honey I consume as a natural antibiotic will help.
As for the Examiner…Facebook and Twitter links, “Print” tabs, etc., have all been finally added to every review I have ever published on the Examiner. That is an improvement. On the review front…I have reviewed Judy Blundell’s novel What I Saw and How I Lied. However, the second part of that two-part review will be published next week, for I am finished with publishing all my reviews on the Examiner this week. My reading list has not changed for the present. And no, I am not looking forward to the holidays…my mom and I are still homeless.