Well, well - the last six months have certainly given us all a lot of time to read. But honestly, in the first few months of the year, I didn't finish a lot of the books I started. I have certainly mastered the art of dropping books and never returning to them if they don't … Continue reading The Half Year Book Report (#6)
January through June 2017 I didn't read very much during the first half of this year. If you follow my blog, you know I've gone through a major life change and, as a result, haven't had the concentration for reading that I normally do. I've set aside the printed word for a lot of Netflix … Continue reading The Half Year Book Report (#3)
But even as a child, she knew what this* meant - that it would only become more difficult to locate what you had lost, for the galaxy was yet breaking apart, and the stars, in their brilliant independence, were burning for no one. *this = the idea that the initial explosion that created the … Continue reading Oh My Darling (Amity Gaige)
People talk so much, gaggingly long monologues on minor personal preferences, verbatim recitations of pointless conversations, uninterpreted bits of memory.