The drugs hadn’t kicked in fully yet. It was all she could do just to stumble to her computer. Gritting her teeth against the inevitable wave of pain, she applied herself single-mindedly to the simple task of putting up a blog post.
Oh, the agony and the ecstacy! (sp?) If only she could make it through the intro, then — God help us all — she might even get far enough to put up the single worst, most meaningless video blog ever!
And then, with a sudden burst of energy of an astonishing and amazing quantity, she managed to pull herself together and — lo and behold! — was able to actually put up said totally worthless video!
P.S.: This isn’t an April Fool’s joke. The video is, in fact, me, talking about my latest mystery or something.
Have you heard the one about the two detectives? Hmm …? :)
While I’m recuperating from hand surgery, I thought I’d post this interesting short film about film noir (a history of mystery).
I hope you enjoy it!
Fascinating, isn’t it? Film noir includes not only murder mystery, such as the works of Raymond Chandler ,,,
… but sci-fi, such as Blade Runner.
Many people associate film noir with Los Angeles and the U.S. after World War II, but did you know that there’s British and Japanese film noir, as well?