Easter Allergies and Falling Behind

How was your Easter? Mine was a little dull if not for a slightly health problem that spanned into three days. It all started Sunday when my left hand was aching and I didn’t know why. By Monday, the pain spread to my right hand. By Tuesday, I was broken out and my lower lip had swollen up. Plus, the pain from my hands moved down to my feet. When the break-out spread on my body, I was taken to urgent care and prescribed medication. Turns out, I had a allergic reaction to something, but I still don’t know what it was.  I’m fine now, though.

Anyway, I watched some interesting movies this week. The I Inside turned out to be rather decent. I won’t spoil it in case you want to see it for yourselves. The Manchurian Candidate 2004 version was pretty good. (I still can’t believe that Denzel Washington is sixty years old. That man is old!) I saw Waking Life again on Easter. Unless you like philosophy and people just talking on and on about different topics, I would suggest that you would skip it. I liked Total Recall, the 1990 version. It’s a bit hokey, but hey, they were coming out of 80’s when they made this movie. Next up was The Machinist. It was pretty good too. Finally, I saw Perfume: The Story of a Murderer. Good, but bizarre movie. It makes want to go read the book. Today, I am going to watch Showgirls and K-Pax. I know Showgirls is crap, but don’t we all need stupid entertainment in our lives once in a while? Plus since HBO on demand is free for the weekend, I will binge on John Oliver and check out Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

I finally got a book on my Kindle. (Finally, something other apps and rented textbooks on my Kindle! Yay!) It’s titled, Japanese Erotica Collection by Harry Lime. I should be able to handle to break my laziness with reading. Though, I have been doing good with manga and another book called, Self-Editing for Fiction Writers. (In fact, I finished chapter four on Wednesday.) As for my editing, I have been falling behind on Six Days. Hopefully, I can get it done by Sunday. Plus, I will check on Sins of Women and try to find someone to look at volume of Hapless Cupid. I also got a big jar of kimichi to munch on. Yummy!

That’s it for now.

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Bisexual Characters and a Short News Piece

This week, I had an interesting thought. I came to notice that majority of main characters are either straight or gay. We rarely see any bisexual characters. One reason my mother told me is that some gay men start out as bisexual. Do any of you have bisexual characters in your works and how many are the main character?

On another note, I will be publishing another short story under the Canojo Koi name titled, Six Days. I just have to make the edits, pick the cover, and get to it. (Kind of tied up on another season of another series that I’m writing on my web site at the moment. It was supposed to be up by yesterday, but I ran out of time.)

Let’s see, there’s something else too. Oh yes, I intend on publishing the first volume of my light novel series, Hapless Cupid, in possibly May or June. I just need to get it edited and pick out an anime-like cover. I’m also happy to say that the Facebook page for my web site, Tokyo-Zion Academy, hit 100 likes last night/this morning. I finally got Origin working right on my laptop after spending a couple of days in PC Hell trying to get it to update properly. I just need to try and find time to play Sims 4 again. I’ve been watching a couple of good movies this week on Netflix. American Beauty actually wasn’t that bad and Nightwatch makes me want to go read the book. (Also, Nightwatch is the first Russian movie I’ve ever seen.) Today, I’m going to watch The I Inside. (If it’s crap, please don’t tell me.)  I also came across Natural Born Killers and Unbreakable on Netflix in the past two days alone. I think Netflix is upping its game for me. Now if only they would put more anime and Japanese movies up…

I think that’s it for now.

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