"Since I can remember, my eyes have always grown big at tales of the marvelous."
L. Frank Baum
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- RT @janeyolen: Sometimes one has to write the wrong ending to a book 3 times till, by the process of elimination, the right one gets written 6 hours ago
- Today's review: The Crystal Gryphon by Andre Norton ow.ly/mbN43 9 hours ago
- Eek! It's in my area too! I've been haunting Fandango for weeks! MT @nymeth: Just got an alert: I can book tickets for Before Midnight :D 1 day ago
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I’m exploring Sci Fi worlds in January, and my first review for the Sci Fi Experience and the Vintage Science Fiction month is At the Earth’s Core by Edgar Rice Burroughs. First published in hardback in 1922, it’s definitely vintage–and … Continue reading
Redshirts by John Scalzi has one of the most fantastically brilliant premises I’ve ever run across. As soon as I figured out that it really is about what I think of when I hear “redshirts,” I knew I had to … Continue reading
My next book for the R. I. P. Challenge is The Magicians and Mrs. Quent by Galen Beckett, which mostly comes into the category in the book’s second part. I became interested because this was described as a blending of … Continue reading
A quick update today, to say that I just got back from my trip to London and Paris. I scheduled posts ahead, but if you noticed a distinct silence in the comments, that was why. The trip was amazing and … Continue reading
One of my favorite funny authors growing up (and still, to some extent) was Gordon Korman. Several of his books still make me laugh out loud, after repeated reading. One of my favorites, for its humor and its philosophy, is … Continue reading