Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Vitrite and Other Unrelated and Unexpected Topics

Well, I already wrote about this on a bunch of emails, but now I realize that posting it would be a lot more easier. Anyway, I found a program called Vitrite that can make any browser and most programs transparent. You can toggle the transparency using the numbers on the keyboard.

Oh no. I just remembered that I forgot to include a link to it in all my emails.
http://www.vanmiddlesworth.org/vitrite
Well, heres one for anyone reading my blog.

Also, my poll has 13 votes on it already! Im so happy! :D Although I wonder who voted in it. There are only a few people who I know read my blog...

And if you haven't already, please read a book by Shannon Hale. Especially the Goose Girl series. My favorite author and series and book all in one! And the covers for the goose girl series are so nice! Now that I think back, all the books in that series have tons of things to wonder about. And there are questionable characters in them all, so you dont know who you want the main character to trust. Some books she's written are in the tags for this post, but it wont let me put too many tags on, so only some are there.

The post used to be called "Vitrite", but with all the other stuff I've typed, I figured it was time for me to make a longer title.

Time to make a list!

Book genres I Like
  • Fantasy
  • Fiction
  • Historical Fiction (sometimes, depends on time period)
  • Drama
  • Realistic Fiction
  • Books with different P.O.V.s
  • Romance (just a bit in a book makes everything much more interesting)
  • Books including school (I like these, even though I dont always like the actual topic)
  • Magic
  • Books in different forms (Some have extra stuff at the beginning or end of a chapter)

Book Genres I Dont Like
  • Classics
  • Books in which most of the story is on a ship
  • Sci-Fi (Havent really read many though)
  • Books in poem form (You just feel less of the characters themselves, and usually not much info about anything in the background)
  • Books on collections of stories (Unless its a collection of complete stories)
  • Survival books in which there are no interaction with other human beings

Thats about it. Ill add more when I find more.
(Oh, awesome! I forgot to use bullets for the list, and I realized that it puts bullets next to each of them if I highlight them all and then click the bullet option. :D)

Book recommendations appreciated :)

3 comments:

Lily said...

You said you didn't like books that are based on ships, but A Night to Remember is really good though! Hm...you should check out my book list, it's some of the books I read recently. :P

Indigo1928 said...

Yeah, I check it every once in a while. But the problem is that its kinda like historical fiction!

Lily said...

Thankx! :P yeah, but like those that are full of boring facts!