Wednesday, February 29, 2012

And we have a winner!

Hello everyone! I hope you are having a fantastic Leap Day and Hump Day, seeing as it is that boring, long, Wednesday. Well, if it is one of those Wednesday's, your day just might have gotten a little better.


We were so close to reaching 450 followers, but alas, we didn't. That's okay, we still reached 426 followers which means I picked 2 winners!

Now, without further ado:
*Drum Role Please*

Congrats to
Sarah Sally

You guys won!

I will be emailing the winners shortly. If I don't receive a reply within the next 48 hours new winner(s) will be chosen.

I want to thank everyone so much for entering. It means the world to me to have as many followers as we reached. I do hope you guys return for more giveaway fun in the future ^.^


Tuesday, February 28, 2012

So close, yet so far away...

Click HERE to enter the giveaway!
Hey guys, this is just a reminder about The Little Blue Pig's "I've reached 250 followers" giveaway!
So far we've reached almost 420 followers, which is amazing. I never thought we'd make it that far. And it is all thanks to you guys!

Today is your last chance to enter, so make sure to get those entries in.

Also, tell all your friends about the giveaway. The more the merrier. If, by some miracle, we reach 450 followers by the end of this giveaway, I will be selecting 3 winners! How amazing would that be? Currently I will be selecting 2 winners! Now that wouldn't have been possible without you guys. Feel free to spread The Little Blue Pig love by posting about this giveaway on your blogs, facebook, twitter, anywhere.

On a second note, I just want to thank everyone for their get better wishes. I've been terribly sick with the flu, hence the lack of reviews. I haven't entirely been up to reading, and I don't really like the book I'm currently reading. You'd think I'd just give up on it, but I, Angela, do not like giving up on books. Anyways, I'll be back in school tomorrow, and it's no telling how much work I've missed over the past 2 weeks. I hope I haven't missed much (fingers crossed) so that way I can spend lots of time reading instead of doing school work.

Until next time my wonderful followers!


Saturday, February 25, 2012

In my mailbox (#9)

Hello my wonderful followers. I've decided to upload my IMM a little early because a) I don't have much to show so why wait? and b) I'll be feverishly working on a history assignment tomorrow. 

This week was slow yet exciting. I received an ARC in the mail I am extremely excited about. Yes, my first ARC I actually requested. It's so freaking exciting!

Slide by Jill Hathaway thanks to Harper Collins!

This one looks really good and I can't wait to read it. I will have a review up for this once it is read, but not until the 20th of March as that is when I was told to post the review. This one looks really good you guys, so be sure to add it!

Yeah, so that is all I have to show this week. Kind of boring. But can't have every week being a big book week now can we? I'd be broke!

So what's in your mailbox this week? Leave your link and I'll come check it out!


Friday, February 24, 2012

Follow me Friday (#6)

This is a weekly meme hosted by and So be sure to check them out and follow along!

Q: Activity!!! Take a picture or describe where you love to read the most...

A: The only place I feel comfotable reading is in my bedroom on my bed. I'd take a picture, but my bed is not made and I'm too sick to actually make it for you guys to see in a picture. Personally, I can't read anywhere else other than my room. I don't know why, but I just don't feel comfortable anywhere else. Correction, I don't mind reading at school. If the class isn't too loud and I can actually read for at least 30 minutes, I'm perfactly fine reading at school. Otherwise, I can't read on my couch, in a coffee shop, in  a car, in a boat, on a plane. I just can't. 

How about you guys? Where do you love to read the most?

If you're a new follower, leave your link so I can come follow you back!


Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Review: Deadly Cool

Title: Deadly Cool
Author: Gemma Halliday
Pages: 303
Format: Print/ Paperback
Published: October 11th 2011
Publisher: HarperTeen

I've been wanting to read this book ever since I heard about its release back in October. A murder mystery that also seemed kind of funny? Now that sounds like my type of story. So when I finally was able to buy it, I dove right in the minute I could.

Deadly Cool was kind of a disappointment for me. It wasn't that I didn't like the story, but just that I found the beginning kind of slow. It's weird to say this because so much  happens in the beginning, but I still personally found it kind of slow. I wanted Hartley Grace to get on with the investigation. No dilly dallying. But that seemed to not have been the case for me. Even throughout the investigation, I couldn't help but be a little bored. So she interviewed a view people. Big whoop. Anyone can do that. So she looked at a few pictures. Another big whoop. So for me, the story was a little slow and definitely didn't live up to my expectations of being a fun murder mystery.

Since I started off on a bad note, might as well continue on the same note. The killer was kind of a bust. Easy to pin point. Maybe if  you don't read a lot of murder mysteries or maybe if you don't watch murder mysteries on T.V ( I personally don't, I only read about them),  then you might not  guess the killer. For me, I was able to guess who it was around page 200. After that, the last 100 pages were pointless. I knew who the killer was, so why was I reading on? Because I also had a hunch about another character and I wanted to find out who he really was. Okay, so  my hunch was wrong, but I was still right about the killer. An easy to guess killer isn't much fun. So that was a little disappointing and a turn off for me. Oh well, can't get everything in a book you want, now can you?

A third and last negative note about this book, it wasn't funny. I just did not find this book funny. At all. Period. So she had to conduct an investigation and do trig. What's so funny about that? Hardy har har. Just wasn't funny for me. Anything can make me laugh. It doesn't take much. But this, this was just not funny. Hartley nor her friend were funny. They just weren't. Sorry.

On a positive note,  I still did like this book. The characters  were interesting, and despite guessing (correctly) who the killer was, I still semi- enjoyed the investigation leading up to the discovering. Needless to say I finished this in one day, turning page after page. I think I just really wanted to see Hartley's cheating ex-boyfriend actually turn out to be the killer, but it's obvious he isn't.  I was holding on to that hope because I did not like Josh at all. I can't stand two-timers  like that. Also, I liked Hartley as a character. The fact that even though her boyfriend cheated on her, she still stuck by him to prove his innocence. Gotta give her props for that.

So, will I be buying and reading Social Suicide, the second book? Definitely! I'd like continue Hartley's job in the world of investigation and learn more about this new-found romance between her and a certain someone (wink wink).

So overall, my rating:
3.5 curly pig tails


Review: The Fault in Our Stars

Title: The Fault in Our Stars
Author: John Green
Pages: 318
Format: Print/  Hard covered
Published:  January 10th 2012
Publisher: Dutton Juvenile

To be full out honest, I wasn't excited about reading this book. Not for the reasons you may think, though. After the praise and glory this book received in reviews and the media, I soon learned that it left many of its readers sad, crying, and heartbroken. Did I want to be one of these readers? Of course not! I hate crying! I didn't want to read a book that would make me cry. What fun is in that? But I went ahead and read it anyways. I had to find out for myself how good of a book this was going to be.

So I opened the  first page and began to read. I began to read about the story of a girl named Hazel Grace with stage IV thyroid cancer. I began to read how she was ready to die. She was okay with it. We also learn about Augustus (Gus) Waters who had cancer, which resulted in him needing a prosthetic leg. And this is the story that left many readers crying? It's nothing but a cancer love story between two teenagers. Thousands of teenagers die  everyday from cancer, but I don't cry about it. I pray  that all with cancer become healthy, but I don't  cry about. So  why did I cry  at the  end of The  Fault in Our Stars? Because this isn't a cancer story.  This  is a story about a girl named Hazel Grace and a boy named Gus Waters who just so happen to have cancer.

The book as a whole was well done. There was such a high level of maturity in this book that you just don't see in many YA books.  Hazel spoke with such broad formality,  nothing she said that I'd never say seemed out of place or too mature for her. It was refreshing to read a mature book.  Not only was Hazel mature in the way she acted and spoke, but so was Augustus. How he spoke, his mannerism, and actions, were so mature, and might I add,  kind of hot. Personally, I think this is one of the many reasons why I loved this book.  You just don't see maturity in YA like you do in Adult Fiction. So I liked that John Green trusted us as teenage readers to appreciate this piece of work with this high level of maturity. 

Secondly, the characters were as real is they come. Probably more real because  these characters  actually face the truth about dying. They face day to day not knowing what's going to happen. They learn to appreciate what they can, and for me, that makes a person more of a person than someone who doesn't appreciate life. So Hazel Grace was like a friend to me. We shared many things, like our joy of reading and preferring to spend time alone. So connecting with the main character really made me enjoy this book. Also, Augustus wasn't that bad-guy-I-don't-care-about-your-feelings-type. He also appreciated life and trying new things. I think many readers will fall in love with him for that reason. And because he was sweet enough to give Hazel Grace the one thing she wanted before she died (not saying).

Thirdly, and lastly, the morals in this were powering and eye-opening. You come to learn that just  because you have something, doesn't mean it's physically yours forever. I wish I could tell you why this is, but I'm afraid this review is strictly spoiler free. I can tell you you'll figure this out towards the end of the book. For me I felt that after reading this, something Green hid within his writing was that cancer patients want to be treated as humans, not cancer patients. This wasn't written in bold, but it was definitely something I caught from time to time.  Also, to appreciate your life but also the life of others. Just something that is very important to remember.

Overall, this was a very good book. Admittedly, I cried at the  end. I cried like a baby, my eyes too teary  to even continue the book at my normal reading rate. There are just somethings in this book that will make you cry. It's inevitable, but so worth the read. If not for the mature writing and characters, than for the power full and eye-opening messages throughout this book.

My rating:
5 faulty stars


In my mailbox #8 (LATE)

Hello my wonderful followers and readers. I know what you must be thinking, "A little late with your IMM aren't you, Angela?" Well yes, you are right about that. Except, my uploading my IMM a little late is more of a treat for you, isn't it? Who doesn't love reading IMM's? I sure enjoy it myself, so I'm sure you guys won't mind an IMM up a little late.

Anyways, to make my reason for uploading my IMM short and sweet, here is why: I wasn't home until yesterday AND I've been sick with the flu, hence the lack of posts. Also, might I add part of my post delay has to do with blogger itself. Yeah, it hasn't been working properly on my lap top so I have to use a different computer (one I don't usually have access to). Thank you blogger, for you and all your problems I have with you. Jeesh.

Lets get this show on the road now, shall we?

Half World and Darkest Light by Hiromi Goto (The opportunity to recieve these goes to Razorbill)
Choker by Elizabeth  Woods
Incarnate by Jodi Meadows
Archon by Sabrina Benulis
The Thirteenth by G.L Twynham (Recieved thanks to the author)
Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood

Thats all from me this past week. Watch out for another IMM possibly on Sunday. I have some books I'm expecting in the mail this week, so if I get them I'll for sure do another IMM for Sunday.

So tell me guys. What's in your mailbox?


Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday (WOW) #3

Waiting on Wednesday or WOW is a weekly meme hosted at Breaking the Spine

Title: Odd Apocalypse
Author: Dean Koontz
Expected Publication: July 31st 2012
Publisher: Random House Inc.

I'd provide a synopsis but at this moment there are none.

I know this isn't a YA novel, but I still can't help but be UBBER excited for the release of this book! I absolutely love the Odd Thomas series. I read all 4 books within a week. It was a series I could not put down. Thanks to my boyfriends mom for both introducing me to the series and buying it! I would never have read the most awesome series ever if it weren't for her.

Background about the series: It's about this guy who can see dead people. Except, the ghosts can't talk. They call him Odd Thomas. That is really his name. He also has  Elvis Presley as a sidekick type ghost-thingy, which is SO cool. I mean, it's Elvis for crying out loud! Pure coolness! Anyways, throughout the series he helps ghosts and friends and the such. It's truly a great read for ghost lovers.

So that's what I'm waiting for. How about you guys? Have a book your waiting extra patiently for? Let me know in the comments below.


Review: Titan Magic + Author Interview!

Title: Titan Magic
Author: Jodi Lamm
Pages: 393
Format: Print/ Paperback
Published: September 30th 2011
A copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review

Titan Magic was such a wonderful and rather entertaining read. It was full of surprises, love, laughter, and heartache. It thoroughly surprised me in being as good of a book as it was. Truthfully, I didn't know what to expect from a book that featured a mute girl. I thought to myself: "How is Jodi going to write a story based on a mute girl? She doesn't talk!" Yet the fabulous Jodi did it! She created an utterly fabulous book where the girl doesn't really talk.

So this is where Maddy comes in, our mute, heartless girl.  She is the centre of this story, the heart of it, despite having a heart herself. I loved Maddy's character! She was as real as I would imagine a mute person could get. Even though some incidents lead her to believe she isn't human (I don't want to spoil anything here), I think she was, in the end, more human than some humans I know. For me as a reader, I think what made her human was her confusion. She was a confused clay-girl that didn't know who to trust. One minute she was all for Jas, our hot stag (ahaha), than the next she was all for her brother Marcus (and sometimes William). So, even though she wasn't really human, she was still human to me for this reason. Even though the story isn't told in her perspective, I think readers will really enjoy hearing Maddy's "voice."

The setting for this book was so magical and vivid. Jodi has such marveling writing, I admit to re-reading certain paragraphs. Her world-building was incredible. And plus, by her descriptions, one would think it was very Victorian and vintage. I'm totally born in the wrong era (I love vintage) so Jodi won me over when I discovered this wasn't some modern-age fantasy. You don't quite know where the story takes place, usually at a house, or a forest, or even a castle, but just the vibe from this world that shun through her writing was magical. I love magical.

As a YA romance-ey loving-type-reader, I enjoyed the bits of romance in this. Of course there was some romance, but of course, Jodi completely went contrary to the norm. We have a mute girl, something I've personally never read in a book, and we have romance between sister and brother! But wait! It's not a gross thing once you read the book. Trust me. There are many surprises within this romance *wink wink wink* And also, we can't forget about our boy Jas *Swoons* He's a Titan (hence Titan Magic) and just totally swoon worthy (even though he's an animal for most of the book). I just think he was handsome. He really loved Maddy and did all he could to save her from being killed, by him! Can't tell me a man's not hot for trying not to kill you! Give the guy a break though. All in all, I'm hoping to see escalating romance between some characters in its sequel.

The verdict? Definitely worth the read, especially if you love fantasy and fairy tales.

My rating:
5 curly pig tails
Because this book was so different and unique


But wait!
The wonderful Jodi Lamm agreed to an interview. So lady's and gentleman, may I present to you, Jodi Lamm! Before we begin, I just want to say thank you (again) to Jodi for both sending me a copy of her book and allowing me to interview her.
So we shall begin:

Me: I'd like to start with some fun questions. So Jodi, what's your favorite colour?

For years it's been purple. I mean deep, rich, eggplant purple. It was the color of my wedding dress, I loved it so much.

Me: Favorite food?

I spent a month in Japan some time ago and fell in love with sushi. Now I crave it. Fish candy, that's what it is.

Me: Favorite book? Why?

That would be Peter Pan for beauty of language, Howl's Moving Castle for storytelling, Behind the Attic Wall for characters, Phantom of the Opera for atmosphere, and Harry Potter or Hunger Games for world-building. I'm terrible at choosing just one of anything I love so much.

Me: Titan Magic is full of fantasy and fairy tales, what inspired you to write a book with such a genre?

Fantasy is the genre I most enjoy reading, so it was naturally the genre I started writing. I've been a folklore junkie since I was a child. There's something haunting about stories composed over hundreds of years by thousands of people. You find the ghost of what makes us who we are in every story. I believe that's the reason, although I wasn't aware of it at the time, that I've always been drawn to folklore, mythology, and fantasy.

Me: YA books don't generally consist of mute characters. Why did you give Maddy the ability NOT to talk?

That's a really weird story. I could lie and say it's because the creature she is cannot traditionally speak, but the truth is just the opposite. She became the creature she is because she couldn't speak, and the myth seemed to fit her perfectly. She started out as a character exercise I was working on with a friend, and my making her mute was a way for me to challenge myself. In the end, her identity happened almost by accident, but it worked so well, it just stuck.

Me: Your writing is incredible! I often found myself marveling at its descriptiveness. Was writing always something you wanted to pursue?

Thank you so much! Yes, I have always written. It is less something I've always pursued than something I've always just done, like a habit. It's what got me through all those rough and lonely childhood years (sometimes I think I'm the only person in the world who doesn't pine away for childhood). In fact, you can see proof of this at the "About the Author" section of my website. I scanned and posted the very first book I ever tried to put together as a child. It's pretty funny, I think.

Me: While reading Titan Magic, and despite Maddy being mute, I felt your characters were so real and vivid. Do you use real-life inspiration when creating your characters or even settings?

All my characters are composites of people I've met including myself, research, and out-of-thin-air imagination. They tend to start on a springboard real-world something, and then they take off, take over, and take on a life of their own.

Me: Do you have any writing tips for aspiring authors?

There are the obvious ones: practice your craft, read a ton, and study. But I think another important thing to learn is what feedback to use and what to leave alone. In other words, do everything you can to improve while always staying true to your unique voice.

Me: Lastly, just the other day I heard from your facebook page there will be a sequel to Titan Magic! How very exciting for you as the writer, but also very exciting for me as the reader. Did you always know Titan Magic would consist of more than one book, or as you continued to write about Maddy, did you discover there was more to her story? As a reader I feel there is much for Maddy to say to still say (and not because she was mostly mute). Also, please let us know when you've come up with a synopsis and when there is a publication date! Personally, I cannot wait to continue this little tale of finding ones voice!

I had no idea there would be a sequel when I started. Oddly, it wasn't even Madeleine who drove the sequel; it was Kaspar. He is a character left in the shadows at the end of book one. We know very little about him, and in fact, he knows even less about himself. The more I thought about who he was, the more I realized he was quite possibly my favorite character, only you never get to know him in book one. I wanted to introduce him to the world. I thought he deserved to have his story told. But I had no idea how much more all the other characters would discover about themselves when I began book two. I hope it's as fun to read as it was to write. I will definitely let you know when it's set for publication! I'm so excited and nervous to see what readers think of it, as it was such a puzzle to create.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Manga Review: Wild Ones vol.1

Title: Wild Ones
Author/Artist: Kiyo Fujiwara
Pages: 200
Format: Paperback (reads right to left)
Publisher: VIZ media
Published: December 11th 2007
Sachie Wakamura just lost her mother, and her estranged grandfather has shown up to take care of her. The only problem is that grandpa is the head of a yakuza gang! Too scared to join her new family, Sachie tries to continue living her normal life. She can't run far though, since one of the most popular guys in school is part of her grandfather's gang and her new protector. No one at school knows about Rakuto's hidden life, and soon Sachie finds herself falling for her bodyguard. But she's the granddaughter of Rakuto's boss, and he can never show his feelings for her. Can Sachie find a way to fit into her new family and grab her chance at love?
     I've actually had this one sitting on my shelf for well over 2 years. I remember checking out this comic book store (which was so exciting- yes, I am a totally geek!) and picking this one up. I just remember loving the synopsis, and boy was I right for loving this. Manga's are exciting and fun, and completely unrealistic, but that's what makes them so fun to read. And plus, they have pictures! It's like a movie/book all in one!

     Wild Ones was a fun and entertaining read. The main character, Sachie, was so lovable and fun. She was cute, funny, kind, and totally kick-ass (she lives in a house full of men, so a girls got to be). Lucky Sachie is a "princess" in the eyes of her grandpa's employers or "gang members." But really, she's just a highschooler totally and completely in love with Rakuto, her protector. First off, let me just say I wish I could have a protector as hot and charming as Rakuto *Okay, I can move on now... * We soon learn that Sachie is falling head over heels for Rakuto, even if she doesn't truly realise it. However, we don't really know Rakuto's true feelings for Sachie. I mean, it would seem he loves her, but he can be an ass.

     Anyways, the silly puppy love between Rakuto and Sachie is adorable and laughable. As a reader you just know they love each other and they should shut up and just get on with it, but you also know there wouldn't be a great story to tell without this. Their not-so-public feelings for eachother is what gives this manga fun and entertainment. We can't forget about those gang members though. They were rather funny to read at times. Obsessed with dragons and weird nick-nacks, who wouldn't have fun in this house of men?

    So if you're in to manga, love a good romance story, I think this is the manga for you. It's no Bleach or Soul Eater, but definitely something worth a look at.

My rating:
5 "wild ones"
Because it was just that good


*There are 10 books in this series, all of which I hope to get and read. So watch out for future reviews for this series!

In my mailbox (#7)

A special Birthday wish goes out to my boyfriend, Josh, today! Happy Birthday! You are now 18 and a man... so to speak ;)

IMM is a weekly meme hosted by The Story Siren so be sure to check her blog out!

This weeks IMM is 3 weeks worth of books. Although, I will say there really isn't that many books in the book pile this week. It was kind of a slow 3 weeks for me. Nevertheless, here is a IMM for your pleasures (because it's always fun to see what others got).

Thanks to the wonderful person I call Mom, I was able to get this beauty. I've already marveled at all the pictures, and now I'm just reading it. It's actually rather interesting. Makes me want March to come sooner!

And I had to post a picture of this because it still counts as a book, right? When I went to Best Buy to get the movie, the girl said you got a free book with it. Hey, I can dig a free book. I must admit, I've already read this.

From bottom up:

Tiger's Voyage by Collen Houck (mom bought this for me)
Tiger's Quest by Collen Houck (mom bought this for me)
Wolfsbane by Andrea Cremer (boyfriends mom bought this for me)
Dean Koontz Frankenstein 3-5 by Dean Koontz (borrowed from my boyfriends mom)

Well that's all for me this week. I think I might be buying more books today, but I don't know. If I do, they'll be featured in next weeks IMM (which will be on a Monday not Sunday because I won't be home).

Happy reading and mailboxes!


Friday, February 10, 2012

Follow me Friday (#5)

This is a weekly meme hosted by and so check them out and follow along!

Q: What would your prefer: reading your favorite book over and over again until you got sick of it OR reading 100s of mediocre books? And why?

A: Hmm, this is kind of a tough one. My favorite book series (because I don't have a favorite book but series) is Meg Cabot's The Mediator series. Seriously it's amazing! I'm pretty sure I could read it over and over and still fall in love with Jesse every single time. I don't care if he's a ghost, if he's technically like 100 years old, I'll keep on loving him.

But we than run into the trouble of becoming bored. Honestly, I think I would become bored, despite being my favorite series. So really, as much as I love Jesse, I must say I'd go with reading 100s of mediocre books.

Why? Because I can always find something in a mediocre book I love. Which then doesn't really classify it as mediocre, but still. I can't seem to hate very many books. In all the books I've read there are only 2 books I can't stand to read. Otherwise, I love every single one of the books I've read.

All in all, I'd read 100s of mediocre books. I prefer a variety in books over none.

How about you?

Leave a comment below. New follower? Let me know! Leave me your link and I'll follow back :)


P.S I've reached over 350 followers! You know what that means, a second place winner has been added. If by the end of February we reach 450 followers I will add a third winner! How exciting, right?

Also I wanted to add, I will be getting back into my habit of reading manga. If you're a manga lover, you're in for a treat, because The Little Blue Pig will now be reviewing mangas!

So stay tuned!

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Dear Reader's...

Where do I begin? Well, I have been gone for well over a week. I am deeply sorry about this! I hate giving you guys excuses, and I know this may sound like excuses, but I swear what I am about to tell you guys is NOT an excuse.

First off last week and two weekends ago was spent with my boyfriend. Last week I had gone to my boyfriends house, who doesn't have Internet. I cannot write blog posts without Internet access. So, sorry about this. I generally spend every other weekend at my boyfriends house, so just be aware of this, especially when I'm particularly inactive on certain weekends. You now know why.

Secondly school started up again. After exams and a very nice week off, second semester started up. Ugh! I hate school, but alas, I must attend it. I have three courses this semester that are very work-heavy. So what does this mean? Lots of homework, less time reading, and thus, nothing to really write about on the blog.

Thirdly, two family crises took place this past weekend. On Saturday I learned that my Nonno (grandpa), who is currently vacationing in Acapulco, suffered an extremely bad cold, which resulted in him needing to seek medical assistance. He was put on oxygen 3 times a day. I was very worried about this and just didn't feel up to reading or blogging. Also, my moms cousin was diagnosed with leukemia two weeks ago. The doctor told her family that they caught it in time and she was going to walk out of the hospital. Well, on Monday my mom received a phone call from one of her aunts saying she was in intensive care and on life support. So because of this I've been spending more time with my mom. This past weekend was very hard on my mom and I didn't want to spend my days ignoring her with a book, you know?

I'm sorry its taken me this long to tell you guys and actually write something on the blog. I promise I am still here, and kicking. As soon as I have my current book read I will write a review. I still receive emails when people comment under posts and enter my GIVEAWAY!

*Also I want to add: It's been brought to my attention that some people are entering the giveaway not being a follower... Ugh, HELLO! This is a follower appreciation giveaway! If you don't follow my blog I am not going to count your entry. That's the way it is. And I'm not sorry about that :)

Until next time,