So  I got a couple angry emails yesterday from people who read my Hobbit post, but didn’t read it all the way to the end. In case you’re wondering, yes, it was an April Fool’s joke and I was hoping that by the time you got to the hobbit love-triangle that would have been clear. Though I was able to clear that up for the people who emailed me, I thought I would make this post for those of you who stormed out and didn’t bother to say goodbye. So if you were angry about my review, don’t worry those aren’t my actual views on the movie. I thought it was a great movie. So you can come back now and continue reading my blog.

Please?

I also have a announcement to make. Back when I made my Mass Effect 3 post, I began using the URL jmstevenson.me. It was generic but I wanted something better than a .wordpress address. Unfortunately it resulted in most people calling me Jim Stevenson when their brains superimposed an I between my first and middle initial. I now have a new address, http://www.JohnsWritersBlock.com, and you’ve been automatically been forwarded to that address because I still owned jmstevenson.me. I’m allowing that URL to lapse this month, because it’s not really doing anything except burning a hole in my pocket and distorting my name. So if you’re still using jmstevenson.me at the end of April you will no longer be forwarded to this site. So please, everyone update their bookmarks please. The last thing I need is to lose even more readers!

I’ll be continuing to post this announcement over the next few weeks to make sure everyone sees it! I’ll see you all on Friday, or perhaps Saturday depending on the difficulty, with my review of Bioshock Infinite!

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Written by John Stevenson

I'm a freelance writer based out of Seattle, Washington.

4 comments

  1. But… slice of life is genre too 🙂

    To tell the truth, I fall for that at first as well, but I’ve kept reading… by the time I reached the end I was certain it was April Fool, though (^ ^)

    1. Hahah, yeah I kept getting goofier and more extreme toward the end specifically so people would pick up that it was an april fools joke. Apparently some people just read the first paragraph and then stopped reading, thinking I had lost my mind. 😛

  2. Haha, well, the thing which disturbed me was that the film was based on a book ^^ So as long as they stick to Tolkien, they are safe from critique in terms of story ^^ To me, that was the point where i decided to have a look at my calendar 😉

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