Enjoy the rest of the weekend!
Things I learned yesterday: There’s a world series for Little League. Who knew? I watched a few minutes of the game between Japan and Panama while I was warming up at the gym.
I have a review of the novel by V.R. Christensen, Of Moths and Butterflies, up at The Dark Globe. For you photographers out there, The Dark Globe is having a photography contest in August. To everyone who read through and commented on my post from last night, thank you. I have indeed gone the direction of the scrap and am finally feeling more productive and creative than I have in awhile. Thanks everyone!
Are you a Pantser, Plotter, Adventurer, or Strategist? Let me know at The Dark Globe.
Moving is hard work. Moving into a house is even harder work. Finally, it’s starting to look like a place where people live and not a pack of hoarders. In the meantime, here’s a book review for The Fall of Hyperion by Dan Simmons, sequel to Hyperion, posted at The Dark Globe. And here’s a picture of a slug in a drawer. We found it in our kitchen.
I read this book a few weeks ago and reviewed it here. I found this book to be really sad and I think the level of sadness in it kept me from really enjoying it. I think other people would have vastly different experience because of that.
In case you guys were suspicious that I love absolutely everything I read, here is a review for you. I reviewed Kim Stanley Robinson’s The Years of Rice and Salt at the Dark Globe. I thought the book was overall just so-so, but click through to the review to see more.