A Bit Bookish

The name's Luna.
24/Los Angeles/wannabe blogger & researcher
Just another freak in the Freak Kingdom.
A place for me to ramble about books I love... also probably the only blog I'll ever have that will keep its theme. I don't want my page to be a mess so I'm only going to shelve books starting with what I've read in the past year.
I'm not always eloquent, and I'm certainly not pretentious. I am just a huge nerd who lurks in used bookstores and likes to read and do research for fun.
Geeks unite.

So in addition to books, I have a thing for TV...

...sort of.
I don't have cable anymore, but in high school I used to BINGE on the History Channel, NatGeo, and later, the Science Channel. I love love LOVE television documentaries on the paranormal or interesting/weird events in history. I also love TV shows that feature real people from history that you don't hear about often (I haven't seen Season 3 of AHS but that's a good example), or real events that aren't in all the history books, or that are based off of literature (like Sherlock). This October I'll do my yearly top 10 creepy TV documentaries post, but for now I was thinking I'd go ahead and start posting little articles here and there about some of the things I've learned from my obsession with TV.

I've been meaning to do this forever- I've learned so much from the History Channel and NatGeo, it's kind of ridiculous. I keep starting sections in my notebook to go back and record everything I think of that I've learned from TV but so far I've sucked at that. 

So if you have any requests, send them my way! And if anyone ever needs help gathering research (I know a lot of people probably hate it), I'm your gal! I love going to libraries and scouring the internet for information, taking sloppy terrible notes and then re-writing them. :D 
Anywho, my busiest blogging days are going to be Saturday and Monday this week- I'm still learning how to handle more than one 'event' (school, work, writing) a day. Getting better though! 


Hope everyone is having a lovely week,

Currently reading

The Two Towers
J.R.R. Tolkien
Progress: 35 %
Jane Eyre
Charlotte Brontë, Susan Ostrov Weisser
Progress: 126/608 pages
The Man in the High Castle
Philip K. Dick
Progress: 154/288 pages
The Complete Sherlock Holmes 2
Arthur Conan Doyle, Kyle Freeman
Progress: 433/709 pages