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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.
The Time Has Come!! Writers To Your Pens!!!
Time for The Official Rules Etc.
The Official Rules;
1) Writers are Allowed 1,200 Words to Write a Short Story, or Part of a Story.
2) There Are 7 Judges, None of which will be Partaking in the Contest
3) The Contest Begins Today, April 1st, 2012, and goes through…
More dystopian YA!!!
Veronica Roth is 23. There is hope for us yet. New, young authors are still emerging and the best-seller list isn’t just the province of older, established writers. Veronica Roth, you are my new home girl.