I am going to be taking better care of myself. Last year took a toll on my mental health and it not only affected my love of reading, it also affected the blog. My original goal for 2020 was to read 50 books and I only managed 29. So this year I plan to reach that goal and do my best!
I am going to get better at following through on author’s requests. I am ashamed to admit it, but I let requests fall to the wayside and get distracted by other books, my work, or just life getting in the way. To those people I deeply apologize and I’m sorry.
I am going to reread the Harry Potter series. This is a goal I have been trying to accomplish for several years now. I know J.K Rowling has had a lot of controversy and I was wondering how the books held up after all this time.
That’s pretty much what I have in mind for 2021 so far. As always I will also continue talking about movies, TV, and mental health. I am looking forward to seeing what this year has in store for my fiancé and I. I am just trying to hold onto hope and trying to survive during these difficult times.
Stay safe and hope to see you back here for future reviews!
I need a break, I’m going to take the next couple of weeks off so I can rest, relax, and write. I have been struggling with writing my reviews, and it has nothing to do with the books themselves, I’ve just been dealing with writer’s block to a certain extent.
I hope to be returning to the blog soon, and I’ll make sure to have a whole line-up of fantastic books to share with you all. If you want to follow me on social media I’ll share the links below.
Jennifer Walters has survived the second Civil War…barely. But, having risen from the rubble, she re-enters the world a very different kind of hero. Fueled by a quiet rage, Jennifer is determined to move forward, to go on with her life, but the pain of the past and all that she’s lost is always there. An undercurrent, a pulse waiting to quicken and trigger Jen’s transformation into the one thing she doesn’t have control over…
Rating: 4 out of 5.
I have read some of the She-Hulk comics in the past. I admire how she can be an awesome superhero and be a successful lawyer for the other superheroes. I think it would be awesome to have someone like Jennifer or Matt Murdock (aka Daredevil) in your corner when you need it most.
We meet Jennifer with an internal struggle. She wants to leave her superhero past behind her and focus on her return to lawyering. However, the past is more difficult to run away from than Jennifer can handle.
When Jennifer returns to her job, her first client is a woman about to be evicted from her apartment. Jennifer investigates the matter, and comes back to inform the client there’s nothing she can do. Things get out of hand fast, and soon Jennifer is forced to make a tough decision.
Overall I enjoyed this story. There are small appearances by Captain Marvel and Hellcat (aka Patsy Walker to fans of the Marvel Netflix series Jessica Jones and The Defenders). And I want to be the friend Hellcat is to all of her friends. She cares about Jennifer in this story, but when Jennifer rejects her help, Patsy gives Jennifer her space. That is a good friend.
In conclusion, I enjoyed She-Hulk: Deconstructed. Even though the overall plot was not overly complicated, this is a great introduction to She-Hulk. I would recommend this graphic novel for Marvel fans or people who love female-driven stories.
I know there has been a considerable gap between reviews this year. I am aware of this, and I have been thinking about what possible solutions there are. I have started a crowdfunding page, and I am trying to be more active on my social media accounts to try and network with other readers and bloggers.
I hope that I can get the momentum going once again in time to have enough of a back catalog, so when I go back to work in the fall, the blog won’t be a significant concern. However, with the unpredictableness this year has already been, I have not been making any solid plans.
All I hope for is to keep reading and reviewing when I am able. My mental health has been more fragile than usual this year, considering the current events going on in the world. I am still going to read the books I want to read and the books I am asked to read by authors and publishers alike.
Regarding upcoming book reviews, I am excited to announce my comic book weeks may be returning. I have discovered so many ways to access comics that I feel comfortable bringing this back to the blog.
I hope everyone is doing well and is staying safe. Thanks for reading this long update, but there were important things I wanted to bring up in a blog post.
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I hope everyone has a safe and happy Memorial Day! I know times are insane right now, but I have hope that things will get better one day.
I hope to be spending the day reading, or trying to get my mental health under control. Looking for a job in the middle of a worldwide pandemic is making things ridiculous. The only thing I can focus on now are things that are in my control.
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