Piotrek: As Ola recently realized, Re-E have just reached 100 subscribers! It’s even 103 now 🙂 Thank you all very much, it’s such a pleaser to see the audience widening… We’ve already had an anniversary post this year, but this is a nice occasion to give our thanks to all the people who, from time to time, spare us a few moments.
Ola: Yes! Thank you all!!! 🙂 We’ve also been recently nominated to The Versatile Blogger Award – thank you, Briennai/Alex! However, since it involves talking about ourselves, we’ll stick to our regular fare and keep reviewing books 🙂 Or else you all might just run away or fall asleep from boredom 😉
Piotrek: It is a very interesting year, in which we post less often than we used to – life happens, big and small off-line events demand their share of attention, but we try to keep “a post a week” schedule and we mostly succeed. At the same time, the interest does not wane, and the comment section becomes more and more important for the blog – that is thanks to you, our readers 🙂 It is, I’m sure, partly because we went out of our shells a bit and started to read and comment on many very interesting blogs. It is, after all, a community, and one very welcoming and attentive. And how it expands my horizons, and as a result, my TBR 😉
Ola: Oh, yes, life happens in abundance this year 🙂 We’re trying to keep the weekly schedule and are pretty much unable to write more often, because we decided to keep writing long posts, despite the difficulties it poses (time!). We believe this modus operandi to better convey our offline habits and preferences. Less is more! 😛
Piotrek: To important thing is to regularly post new content and to keep having fun, it’s not a job 🙂
Not to tire you with yet another photo of my bookshelves, I’ll illustrate our post with some AI-made interpretations of the title of our blog 🙂 Thanks to Calmgrove, I’ve learned about an excellent app that translates sentences into quite interesting modern art…
And one final thing… we’ve recently thought of an idea to start a series of nostalgic posts where we discuss some of our first genre experiences, slightly forgotten cartoons, tv-series and movies of our childhoods. Some of them we’ve tried to revisit, with various results. It’s perhaps better to leave some of them to our memories, and not destroy the time-beautified visions we have of them 😉 But other stood the test of time, and it is a pleasure to watch something you loved with a new generation of fans…
Ola: And here’s our question to you. Do you have your favorite childhood shows, movies, books, which you like to discuss/revisit/push at your younger relatives/keep seeing remakes of? 😀 It’s to a significant extent a generational thing, growing up in eighties or nineties is bound to be a different experience than growing up in fifties or seventies – but the feeling of nostalgia is, we believe, very much the same.
Piotrek: Also – The Witch Week is coming, remember 🙂 This is one of the results of our recent activity we’re especially proud of!