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Tuesday, September 5, 2017


3 Shows I "Binged" Watched (I Was a Couch Potato in the Early Parts of Summer)

Sometimes I watch movies or TV shows and review them, which would've kept me more productive in the blogging world than what actually got posted over the summer.

I'm lucky Google Docs does not take up anything of the free 15GB of space Google Drive gets. I'm also lucky this year hasn't been as bad as last year, which I'll admit June now takes the trophy of the lowest number of posts in a month.
Without Lupe or Ella at the time, I would have two? Three? I'd go into the box of shame, but I have no shame because life happens.

I'm not as thrilled about reviewing TV shows or movies as I am with books, so I'll leave with shows I watched in the early parts of summer.

Boys Over Flowers (Korean Version)
Thanks to I Believe In a Thing Called Love, I decided to look up one of the first songs I listened to that wasn't English. For some reason, I ended up with the Korean version of Hana Dori Yango.
I think I just get lucky at searching for things.

Sherlock (BBC)
I just finished the latest episode not too long ago, and I'm a little sad there aren't any episodes at the moment.

Riverdale (CW)
Honestly, I think Riverdale is overhyped because the first five episodes were boring and I almost stopped. However... there's a murder mystery type of thing going on and I guess that's why I made it to the end of Season 1?
Most of you started school already - how was your summer? Did you watch any interesting shows other than reading books? Tell me!

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Sophia is the owner and founder of Bookwyrming Thoughts, but also found on various parts of the internet. She's a 19-year-old communications major who has weird humor and doesn't fit the Asian stereotype (maybe a little). Books, chocolate, technology, and music are among some of her favorite things. For more of her work, visit her personal website.