Happy (belated) New Year!

For Harry, England and Saint George! (IMDB)
A New Year has just started and with it, more projects on the way.
Being on time has never been one of my greatest qualities. Then again, after a disastrous Christmas to crown an also disastrous 2017, I needed a bit to reorganise this stuff. But do not fret, there’s going to be Out in little stars for a long, long while.
As you can see, the blog now has advertising because Adsense has been so kind as to approve my request. Hopefully it won’t deter from the experience, and also help me to keep going on with this project that is still on the baby stages but for which I have set very high goals.
This blog will keep going on, as so will the Youtube Channel, the Twitter, and the very newly opened Tumblr. These last two shall have special activities (I have at least the idea of a livetweeting of a spanish costume drama, which I’m not sure when will happen, but it will)
And, if everything goes as planned, I have a bigger project waiting in the wings for the Youtube channel that might start in the latter half of the year. Just as the year advances I shall keep you updated on it.
In the meanwhile, and for a good start of the year, I leave you with a perfect monologue to confront this year with the necessary energy (and considering the state of things, we are going to need a lot). This is Henry V’s speech at Harfleur, also known as Once more unto the breach.
And a Happy New Year to you all! 

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