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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 7 hours ago
- RT @randomhouse: "The love of books is among the choicest gifts of the gods."― Arthur Conan Doyle, born May 22, 1859 10 hours ago
- Wow...professionalism in Starfleet has generated a LOT of discussion on my blog...surprising but fun! ow.ly/lhWJ8 12 hours ago
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I’d just like to say, when Juliet Marillier is good, she’s really good, and I’ve been having a nice run with her books lately. After recently reading Heir to Sevenwaters, I jumped into a reread of Heart‘s Blood, in part … Continue reading
I went to see Star Trek: Into Darkness on opening night, and can happily report that I thoroughly enjoyed myself…although in the end, I feel mixed about the movie. It was a very good time–and yet there are issues. I … Continue reading
The quest continues–I finished reading The Two Towers by J. R. R. Tolkien this weekend, continuing my journey through the very-intimidating Lord of the Rings. I enjoyed Fellowship pretty well (review here), and I think I liked Towers better. Tolkien is still … Continue reading
Any Downton Abbey fans out there? Personally, I’m eagerly awaiting Season Four…and in the meantime, my book club decided to read Lady Almina and the Real Downton Abbey by the Countess of Carnarvon. Not sure I’ve ever read something written … Continue reading