Recently, (more specifically, after this post), I came to the realization that I don’t talk about books enough in general. Writing, sure. I ramble on about my own writing like one those poor, um, overserved* individuals you occasionally see wandering the convenience store barefoot and in search of cheese doodles. But I don’t mean writing, … Continue reading An additional word or two about "Look, I read a book"
Look, I read a book: Dragonflight by Anne McCaffrey
Truth be told, I should have read Dragonflight a long, long time ago. Originally published in 1968, this book has been around since, well, as long as I’ve been alive. Longer, even. It’s one of those books, the ones that anyone purporting to have any semblance of “geek cred” is assumed to have read—and cherished … Continue reading Look, I read a book: Dragonflight by Anne McCaffrey
A movie in 100 words or less: Bachelorette
In the past, this “movie in 100 words or less” thing I try to do has proven pretty difficult. I don’t always have opinions about a given thing, but when I do, my thoughts are rarely either neat or concise. In other words, if you asked me if I thought Daylight Savings Time was the … Continue reading A movie in 100 words or less: Bachelorette
Movies versus Books (or Why I don’t do "Books in 100 words or less")
Surely you have wondered about it at some point or another, right? I mean, as a self-professed "book person" and someone who always always has at least one book-in-progress on Goodreads, you have to wonder at what's holding me back? That is, why, as it's obviously more fun than a laundry basket full of puppies … Continue reading Movies versus Books (or Why I don’t do "Books in 100 words or less")