July Wrap Up 2109

In my head, 2018 was only last month. How are we now closer to Christmas? This is unacceptable. So, reading has been at a minimum this month, and I’ve taken to trying to fit in a chapter or a short story during my lunch break, but it’s easier said than done. Nevertheless, I’m enjoying the little snippets I am reading and that’s what really matters.

So, as is usually the case when I’m not reading, I’ve been catching up on my TV and Films. I recently finished watching The Boys on Amazon Prime and it was brilliant. Watch this space for my TV Talk on that show. I also got caught up in the San Diego Comic-Con craze and the announcements that came from it has me excited. 

When it comes to life news, there’s not much to report really. I’m still working most days, but I was struck down by a 24-hour bug last week that knocked me. Fun fact, I’ve not been sick for over 10 years, so this was definitely a shock to the system. Beyond that, I’ve just been trying to hold on to my sanity as work is crazy busy at the moment, but at least it makes the day go faster.

I also completely forgot about my 4 year anniversary in the blogosphere. It’s strange to think that there was a time I was without a blog as it’s become such a staple in my life. So, a big THANK YOU to everyone that has ever visited, commented, and followed me here at My Midnight Musing. You guys are rockstars. Without further ado, here is a summary of what I got up to on the blog in July.

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Best Trailers from San Diego Comic-Con, Part 1.

It’s that time of year where I wish I could teleport to San Diego for the biggest PR stunt of the year. San Diego Comic-Con is the ultimate playground for comic book fans, but has since become the stoming ground for a lot of new film and TV shows. With that, fans are treated to a frenzy of new announcements to get us excited for the coming years line up. Along with these announcements come the trailers to heighten the anticipation. This summary post will be split into two halves, and here is part 1 of the best trailers at San Diego’s Comic-Con 2019.

His Dark Materials

How epic does His Dark Materials look? From the all-star cast to the stellar visuals, I gave a feeling that this show is going to take the world by storm. It has an adventure, intrigue, deception, and everything in between. Continue reading

June Wrap Up 2019

Breaking news, this girl right here finally finished a book. It only took 2 and a half months, but I made it to the final page of Strange the Dreamer and it was as wonderful and magical as I expected it to be. Not gonna lie, the satisfaction of finishing a book was immense, but now I’m back to square one with a conflict on which book to read next.

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In other news, June was a pretty standard month for me. More work and not enough play, but those random days off were well spent with good company. In terms of blogging, I’ve not been as active as usual, but I was proud of myself for publishing a discussion post and while it’s been a long time since my last book review, I was very satisfied with the outcome of my latest one. Continue reading

May Wrap Up 2019

Apologies if this wrap up is a little later than anticipated. I’m still trying to process the fact that we’re already half way through 2019. May was a pretty decent month for me. Nothing extrodinary happened, just more of the same old routine, but with good times, good vibes, good music, good company, and campfires scattered in between. Unfortunately, I still haven’t finished a book, so I hope you all don’t get tired of my TV & Film content. Anyway, here is what I got up to on the blog in May.

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April Wrap Up 2019

What can I say about April beyond the fact that Endgame ruined me? There was a lot happening in April. We had the Easter holidays aka the weekend of glorious sunshine, the battle for Winterfell, Avengers: Endgame, and I celebrated another year of life. I can’t say 25 feels all that different, but my quarter life crisis has now been validated. I had a lot of fun in April. I went to the Aquarium, treated myself to some shopping, cried my heart out to Endgame, played a lot of card games, and soaked up the sun (when it decided to show its face.)

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However, on the reading front, I didn’t make a whole lot of progress. I mentioned in my March Wrap Up that I had started reading Strange the Dreamer, and while I’ve been reading every now and then, I did not succeed in finishing the book. That doesn’t mean I’m not enjoying it, but I have long accepted that I take longer to read books now than I did in the past.

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March Wrap Up 2019

We’ve already gone through a quarter of the year! How is that possible? March was a busy month for me. There have been some changes with management at work so this month has been about giving them a proper send-off and tying up loose ends. I did have a week off and treated myself to a staycation which turned insanely busy. Besides that, it’s just been the same old routine of work, more work, Netflix, eat, sleep, blog, so I have nothing new to report for the time.

On the reading front, I can confirm that I read and finished two books. Granted, both books were re-reads, but you can never go wrong with reading the Six of Crows duology again. I’ve always been an advocate for re-reading because I love the small details you pick up along the way. The books are definitely a fantasy favourite.

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February Wrap Up 2019

Happy Pancake day everyone. I hope all of you are making the most of this glorious day. It’s basically an opportunity to eat pancakes a load of pancakes with no regrets. Now, 2019 is quickly flying away from us. I’m still semi-reading, but the thing is, I don’t feel guilty for not finishing or reading a book anymore. I’ll read when I can and feel like it. So, I’m currently in the middle of the collector’s edition of Six of Crows and I love re-reading this book because all those subtle, forgotten moments are coming back and my shipper’s heart is going into overdrive again.

Beyond the books, I seem to just be living in the same old routine. Nothing remarkable happened this month, so it’s just surviving the daily grind. I have been actively writing more TV and film posts lately and I have some ideas for discussion posts, but I just need time to write them all. 

Again, I apologise for not being as active on the blog-hopping front. Hopefully, I can do more this month. Anyway, here is my summary for February.

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