Archive for January 2007

‘Flames of Herakleitos’

January 31, 2007

Bob Lock left this comment on my old post about a month ago, and I figured I would rely the message over to my new one here.      “I’ve managed to find an agent/publisher who has taken on ‘Flames of Herakleitos’ for me and hopefully it will be in print in March of this year. […]


January 29, 2007

Last week’s purchased books. 1. Raising a Reader – Jennie Nash (Remainder) 2. The Planets – Dava Sobel 3. Night Watch – Terry Pratchett (SFBC Edition) 4. Scar Night – Alan Compbell (SFBC Edition) 


January 21, 2007

After a visit at Tattered Cover, I picked up some good bargin books. I should have went there first, before placing an online order, I could have picked up two more for half the price I paid. Oh well. Here is what I did get. 1. Peace – Gene Wolfe (Fantasy Masterworks #28) (TPB) 2. Diamond […]

Damn you Lannisters!

January 16, 2007

There has only been three times in which I have put down a book I was reading because it unleashed on me such sadness and frustration that I couldn’t continue. The first time was when one of the hounds die in ‘Where the Red Fern Grows’, the second when ‘Sturm’s sun shattered…’ in Dragonlance Chronicles. […]


January 16, 2007

Not having a credit card puts a damper on cheap online shopping, so sometimes I’m stuck going to Barnes & Nobles. ‘Things Fall Apart’ – Chinua Achebe ‘The Inferno’ – Danta Alighieri (B & N Classics – Translation by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow {I’ll read anything from a man with a Hobbit’s name}) Two more Fictions […]

No work!

January 9, 2007

Since I’m sick and not working today, I thought I would at least post about the books I recieved as presents from ol’ Saint Nick. 1. Leaving Earth – Robert Zimmerman  That’s been on my Amazon wish list for about seven months now! Glad too have it! 2.The Years of Rice and Salt. – Kim […]


January 9, 2007

It’s hard as hell to read while sick. But, you should try drunk as well, that way you can read the same book thrice and not know it.

A New Year Dawns Brighter?

January 2, 2007

  I sure hope so. Time, as we all know is just an illusion, but it’s hard to fathom life without it. So a New Year is easy to comprehend. And the 365 days left to do what we want in that short period. I’m not going to babble on about all the issues and problems […]

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