Go Set a Watchman
Here are my initial reactions to hearing that Harper Lee was publishing again:
“Imagine being one of the most iconic authors in American literature, releasing a novel fifty years after one of the greatest stories every told rocked the worlds of countless readers.”
“Imagine what it’s going to be like to read a novel in which Jean Louise Finch is an adult.”
“It is a great time to be alive.”
And then I read this article, which expresses concerns about the publication in tandem with Harper Lee’s health. Then I became concerned.
Here’s another article from The Guardian about Harper Lee’s second novel, Go Set a Watchman, mostly tied with the joy of reading another book by one of America’s most iconic and reclusive authors.
Keep Harper Lee in your thoughts as the story develops. My heart sings at the thought of reading more of her work, yet that singing heart goes out to her.
OMG NETFLIX IS TAKING OVER THE WORLD AND I COULDN’T BE HAPPIER.
It looks like Daredevil is FINALLY going to be done right.
SUCH EXCITE. VERY OMG. WOW.