I also find that there are a lot of questions to be asked that just don't have concrete answers. There's so many questions where you have to think so much, and weigh the options, consider every angle, and so forth. It takes a lot of work and a lot of brain muscle.
Then there's those questions that frequently raise intense discussion throughout the book blogging world, that have answers with so many different sides it gets hard to keep track.
So I've decided instead of going through that whole brain-numbing process of answering hard questions, I will just enter my questions into an online Magic Eight Ball and it will give me all the answers I need. What could make life easier?
Is it OK if what I write doesn't necessarily line up with my beliefs?
Magic Eight Ball: Very doubtful.
Should published authors do book reviews, either negative or positive?
Magic Eight Ball: Signs point to yes.
Is the YA genre going downhill in today's society?
Magic Eight Ball: My sources say no.
Should teens be published?
Magic Eight Ball: Outlook not so good.
Should all YA books with sex, drugs, and violence be banned from the earth?
Magic Eight Ball: Without a doubt.
Are teens and kids capable of picking out books that are suitable to their needs?
Magic Eight Ball: Better not to tell you now.
I don't really like these answers. I think I'll try another approach. When I was ten, I would spend all of my time on Neopets doing who knows what (that's also how I learned how to do some HTML coding which I have now forgotten most of) and you could ask your Petpet questions. I still have my account, so I will log in there for the first time in a hundred years and consult my Petpets.
Well. That's encouraging.
I don't know what to say to that...Well... that was... interesting.
Um, you know what? On second thought, I'll do my decision-making and question-answering the old-fashioned way...