So I am writing a quick throw away post before i get going again.
I have spent the last 5 days completely chilled at home.. Hell , i even avoided going to any of the parties I had been invited to. What's weird is that everyone thinks i am depressed or somethng, while nothing could be further from the truth.
The truth is, i have just taken a step back and am purposefully doing almost nothing.. Kind of recharging my batteries. I have been reading a lot (i have finished almost 7 novels in the last 2 weeks) and playing a lot of playstation games (squaresoft took my life and gave my final fantasy x in exchange... i think it was a fair trade (save the fucking horrible voice acting))
I am currently busy reading Poppy Z Brite - Drawing Blood :
Zach and Trevor are young men who fall in love in a haunted house where Trevor's father murdered his family and killed himself, sparing only Trevor. An underground cartoonist like his dead father, Trevor has returned to the crumbling house in rural Missing Mile, North Carolina, to learn why his father spared him. Zach is a hacker on the run. He is a popular and exotic extrovert while Trevor is a painfully introverted virgin. With the help of Zach and psilocybin, Trevor confronts his father in Birdland, the comic town that his father created, even as the FBI traces Zach to Missing Mile. Drawing Blood is a flawed but compelling story. It's labeled "psychological horror," but the horror gives way to a suspenseful, offbeat gay romance. The first half, where Brite's powerful characterizations and settings are drawn, is hard to put down. But the haunted house is tame, and Trevor's struggle to learn to love Zach lingers overlong in homoerotic material, straining the momentum. The FBI arrives in time, however, to lend some suspense to the ending.
Also , i have JUST finished reading the first of the foundation books (isaac asimov) , and can't wait to pick up the rest. I also have the last 2 books of Amistead Maupin's Tales of the City series to finish.