Monthly Archives: March 2014
Progress Report on Anthony Marra’s A Constellation of Vital Phenomena
Okay, now I feel like I’ve read enough of this book to do a proper post about it. A Constellation of Vital Phenomena came to me by way of Powell’s Indiespensible last year. It is the author’s first novel, though … Continue reading
Once again I dip into the Ecco Anthology of Contemporary American Short Fiction
I was so excited about today. I was going to sleep in, spend the day reading enough of the book I’m currently reading to actually do a proper post about it, exercise, have a sensible dinner, and then go to … Continue reading
After all the complaining I did last week, the two child-sized sweaters I’ve been working on have come out quite nicely. The sweater in the picture above is the one I’ve been calling the Storm Cloud Sweater, but ever since … Continue reading
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An introduction to Anthony Marra’s A Constellation of Vital Phenomena and a Failed Experiment
I’m trying something different for my Tuesday post this week. I’m going to try not putting off writing it until Tuesday. I’m not going to finish my current book by then, because I’ve barely started, it’s long, and I have … Continue reading
It’s been a long day….
But Bethany and I didn’t want to leave our loyal readers hanging. Neither of us has an actual post ready to go for tonight, but I thought I’d share some more pictures from my recent trip to Yosemite. Because who … Continue reading
Now with real textual support of my opinions: my review of Kim Harrison’s The Undead Pool.
The worst thing about this book is that it has this feeling of getting things ready for a big end-of-series climax (this is the penultimate book of The Hollows series). There are way too many questions left at the end … Continue reading