I started doing this a few weeks ago where I’d [ost up a list of links to news articles, blog entries and other sites and pages of interest that I’ve stumbled across while online that people might also find interesting. To simplify things, I will do this post around the end of every month just to keep things organised (this month is, of course, an exception). In the process, I can also clean out my bookmarks folder since it’ll always be on my blog =)
- In Munich, trachten turns trendy — I just saw this post today but since it’s Oktoberfest right now in Bavaria, this was pretty fun to read. Sadly, I wish there were more photos.
- One Last Sneak Peek at Amy and Rory’s Big Doctor Who Farewell! — Spoilers galore for all your sci-fi and fantasy shows! Ugh, tomorrow’s the last episode of Doctor Who for this half of the series–can’t believe it’s over (until Christmas), what am I going to do in the meantime?! =/
- BBC Books to release the Melody Malone book — Doctor Who related, I want to read this =P
- Comic Who — This is cute. And hilarious. And all things Doctor Who =) This is a particular favourite of mine…
- Why Time Travel Stories Should Be Messy — Speaking of Doctor Who, this was a great article! It also made me feel better about that story I wrote for last year’s NaNoWriMo; time travel plays a major role in the story and I was never quite sure if I utilised it right. But is there really a ‘right way’ when it comes to the concept of time travel?
- The Best Space-Travel Science Fiction Novels — Speaking of sci-fi, this is a great list if you’re looking to check out sci-fi novels
- Execise Finder — A friend posted up this link, it’s pretty nifty where depending on which part of the body you want to work on, it can tell you loads of different exercises to try =)
- Five of the Best Sweet Treats to Try in Paris — I need to go back to France…adesso! Errr, I mean, maintenant! (?)
- The bionic book worm — This has been pretty viral this past week amongst book bloggers and the book community; a literary critic recently remarked that basically book bloggers will essentially destroy literature as we know it. If I had more time on my hands this would be a blog entry of its own but as such I will put this link here and you can make your own conclusions about it
And it looks like that’s it from my bookmarks folder for this month! Hope you find one/some of these of interest ^_~