"Since I can remember, my eyes have always grown big at tales of the marvelous."
L. Frank Baum
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- Today's review: Heart's Blood by Juliet Marillier, with references to Beauty and the Beast, and Jane Eyre ow.ly/lhZjC 16 hours ago
- RT @randomhouse: "The love of books is among the choicest gifts of the gods."― Arthur Conan Doyle, born May 22, 1859 19 hours ago
- Wow...professionalism in Starfleet has generated a LOT of discussion on my blog...surprising but fun! ow.ly/lhWJ8 21 hours ago
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Monthly Archives: January 2011
Looking for Marco Polo by Alan Armstrong was a fascinating read, but not for the reasons the author was hoping, I’m sure. Mostly, I was trying to figure out exactly why it just wasn’t working for me. First reason: faulty … Continue reading
I bought A Window in Thrums because L. M. Montgomery recommended it to me; she mentioned it in her journals. She mentioned a lot of books she read in her journals, and since this one was by J. M. Barrie … Continue reading
I recently read the eighth book in the Jacky Faber series, and I’m wondering how long L. A. Meyer can keep this going. And I’m hoping it will be a long while! The series follows the adventures of Jacky Faber…sailer, soldier, … Continue reading
I’ve lost track of how many conversations I’ve had over the subject of e-books. Wonderful new revolution in books? Horrible travesty attacking the very nature of reading? Well, I’m not sure I’d come down quite at either of those extremes. … Continue reading