artfellow replied on 2017-05-28 10:26:52
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2017-05-26 10:03:26 2 cheers

I've finally finished reading Ready Player One by Ernst Cline. It was lots of fun! Although I didn't know most of the 80s references included in the book, it made me want to get to know that era a bit better and I remembered for the first time in a while that my first ever outing to the cinema was for a Godzilla movie. It made me feel rather cool. Parts of the book had me laughing out loud because of something that the characters have said or because of the twists and turns in the plot. A very exciting read!

Next on my to read list is The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco. Another book that I started and was just getting into before things got in the way and I stopped. I'd like to start reading it again!

I've finally finished reading Ready Player One by Ernst Cline. It was lots of fun! Although I didn't know most of the 80s references included in the book, it made me want to get to know that era a bit better and I remembered for the first t ...Read More

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  • @artfellow ready player one has been on my reading list for far too long and seems like it'd be fun summer read. I think I'll have to go pick it up. Thanks for the reminder!

    God luck with the name of the roast - it's a long one!

    @artfellow ready player one has been on my reading list for far too long and seems like it'd be fun summer read. I think I'll have to go pick it up. Thanks for the reminder!

    God luck with the name of the roast - it's a long one!

    • Hey @aenea, I highly recommend it. I just read on your profile that you're a fan of Kurt Vonnegut and although I've never read any books by him, I think you'll enjoy the Vonnegut reference in the book 😉 Have you read The Name of the Rose?

      Hey @aenea, I highly recommend it. I just read on your profile that you're a fan of Kurt Vonnegut and although I've never read any books by him, I think you'll enjoy the Vonnegut reference in the book πŸ˜‰ Have you read The Name of the Rose?

      • @artfellow yes but it was some time ago. Eco can be challenging, but the stories he tells are invariably rewarding. Vonnegut is like fluff in comparison, but also very enjoyable. highly recommend him if you have the chance. maybe start with cat's cradle.

        @artfellow yes but it was some time ago. Eco can be challenging, but the stories he tells are invariably rewarding. Vonnegut is like fluff in comparison, but also very enjoyable. highly recommend him if you have the chance. maybe star ...Read More

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artfellow added an entry on Read more books
2017-05-26 10:03:26 2 cheers

I've finally finished reading Ready Player One by Ernst Cline. It was lots of fun! Although I didn't know most of the 80s references included in the book, it made me want to get to know that era a bit better and I remembered for the first time in a while that my first ever outing to the cinema was for a Godzilla movie. It made me feel rather cool. Parts of the book had me laughing out loud because of something that the characters have said or because of the twists and turns in the plot. A very exciting read!

Next on my to read list is The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco. Another book that I started and was just getting into before things got in the way and I stopped. I'd like to start reading it again!

I've finally finished reading Ready Player One by Ernst Cline. It was lots of fun! Although I didn't know most of the 80s references included in the book, it made me want to get to know that era a bit better and I remembered for the first t ...Read More

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2017-05-12 20:34:06 2 cheers

My partner broke his ankle last weekend and his friends have been so good to him, coming around to cook for him as well as bring take aways to the hospital. He had his surgery yesterday and is being discharged today so this definitely calls for a celebratory hot pot party with his friends to say yay and thanks. Hot pots are definitely the way to go since it's getting much colder these days.

My partner broke his ankle last weekend and his friends have been so good to him, coming around to cook for him as well as bring take aways to the hospital. He had his surgery yesterday and is being discharged today so this definitely calls ...Read More

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artfellow replied on 2017-05-12 20:22:15
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I've been wanting to start a channel for years. I now have a desktop computer that can handle all the video editing apps so I'm looking forward to shooting my first video and uploading it onto YouTube. I am thinking of making something for my fiance for Valentines Day so may be I'll film a video related to that.

I've been wanting to start a channel for years. I now have a desktop computer that can handle all the video editing apps so I'm looking forward to shooting my first video and uploading it onto YouTube. I am thinking of making something for ...Read More

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  • @artfellow did you post it. What's the link?

    • Hi @DailyWad, I haven't actually got around to this goal yet! I must get on with it!

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