I’ve been reading quite a few short stories lately and I have to say that they are enjoyable. Short stories are something that I think the general populace undervalues. Sure, we’ve all read them in high school or junior high. We’ve slogged through The Tell-Tale Heart, A Rose for Emily, Barn Burning, and others for [...]
Filed under: Story Time on August 28th, 2008 | Comments Off
I came across these links on the web page of my Old & Middle Enlglish Lit. professor and felt compelled to share the mirth. Chaucer’s Blog Beowulf Meets Godzilla Grendel’s Dog: from BeoCAT and finally the Historic Tale Construction Kit Enjoy!
Filed under: Humor on August 27th, 2008 | Comments Off
This book was a wonderful change of pace for me. It’s a first by Rosemary Harris, but it looks like this book is the forerunner of a series and I’m quite looking forward to the next publication. The story begins with the main character, Paula, finding the mummified corpse of a baby while digging at [...]
Filed under: Mystery/Thrillers on August 26th, 2008 | Comments Off
Mort is a boy. A gangly, clumsy, well-intentioned and yet somehow disastrous boy that seems to be made mostly of knees. With all the love that can be mustered, Mort is sent out to learn to be an apprentice to…someone. Someone whose job is fairly eternal and who has suddenly felt the desire for an [...]
Filed under: Humor, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Series on August 20th, 2008 | Comments Off
Archive Re-publish:If you’re thinking you’ve seen this before then you’re right. I’ve decided that The Dresden Files need more attention from readers – not that the series is hurting for fans. I have loved every book published in this series and I plan to go back and re-read them soon. I also enjoyed the short-lived [...]
Filed under: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Series on August 17th, 2008 | Comments Off
“Vampire, Interrupted” is the long-anticipated story of Marguerite Argeneau. Marguerite is the head of the Argeneau clan, and as the mother of several sons and one daughter she has been very attentive to the needs of her brood – to the point of “helping” them find their significant others so that they may enjoy the [...]
Filed under: Romance, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Series on August 17th, 2008 | Comments Off
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Filed under: Site News, Uncategorized on August 16th, 2008 | Comments Off
Twilight the Movie will be out November 21, 2008. After seeing the trailers and the media up on the site, I have to admit, I’m pretty excited. Having read the books, I’m not sure how well they will translate to the big screen, but I have high hopes. I will definitely be in the theaters [...]
Filed under: Media on August 16th, 2008 | 1 Comment »
“Acheron” has been widely anticipated by fans of Keyon’s Dark-Hunter series. Acheron himself has been somewhat of a mystery. In the succession of books we are given hints and small insight into the man, but that only serves to deepen the mystery surrounding him. Where did he come from? Why does he possess some of [...]
Filed under: Romance, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Series on August 16th, 2008 | Comments Off
Everyone on the Discworld knows that all wizards are male, and real magic is for wizards only. Oh, there are witches out there – women who practice headology, herbology, and fly around on broomsticks. They even instill a certain respect in the locals, but they are certainly not wizards. Except for one…slight…miscalculation.
Filed under: Humor, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Series on August 16th, 2008 | Comments Off