I have to start by apologizing that I’m breaking the promise I made in my post from a couple of weeks ago.

I started this blog with the intention that I would do detailed summaries of Magnum, P.I. episodes once a week.  But after having done one, I was struggling to write a second one.  I’ve watched a few more episodes with the intention of writing about them, but it occurred to me that although Magnum, P.I. has the reputation of being a detective show (after all, it IS about a private investigator), a lot of the episodes aren’t really mysteries–at least not in the traditional sense.  This in turn is making it difficult for me to write about them in the way that I intended to when I started this blog.

As a result, I’m taking a hiatus from writing about Magnum, P.I. in order to reconsider the blog post format for it.  Personally, I’m super into collecting trivia, so that’s something I’m considering doing in the future.

In the meantime, I’m still going to be posting twice per week.  I’m still going to be posting about Murder, She Wrote on Thursdays.  Whereas Mondays will be more eclectic when it comes to blog post topics.  Today for instance, I will be posting about Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novel Turbo Twenty-Three.  In the future, if I can’t think of anything else to post about on a Monday, I’ll simply post another Murder, She Wrote summary.

If you’re a big Magnum, P.I. fan and were hoping to see more Magnum-related posts here, please write a comment and let me know what kind of Magnum-related stuff you’d be interested in reading about.

And if you haven’t discovered it yet, I highly recommend the website Magnum-Mania! for your Magnum needs.

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