I hear a lot of complaining about the loss of real books – as if a work published on Kindle is not, in fact, a book. Just looked up the definition of “book” – it has been updated thus: Read more about Why Kindle?
What is The Expanse? It is, first of all, a series of Scifi novels by James S.A. Corey, which has been made into a TV series. It is, second of all, a positive vision of a possible future where the heroes of the piece have one prime objective: save lives whenever possible. Read more about The Expanse Awaits
It isn't TV's fault that I haven't finished reading another book in time to review. That honor goes to the work I'm trying to do in promoting my own books and writing pieces like this. However, 2018 has so far been another cornucopia of narrative riches, and before the summer season kicks off, I thought it might help to revisit some of those. They will all be on On Demand or Netflix soon, I'm sure, so here goes. Read more about Must-See-TV
Here’s the thing: this season spends some time chronicling the first intimations of change in what was, at the beginning, a world we recognize as our own. Suddenly there are more intrusive questions asked, women need a husband’s signature for birth control pills, identification as LGBTQ becomes, not illegal but … problematic. Read more about The Handmaid’s Tale - A Primer
Stuff I’m watching and reading, because I know you all want to know.
Winter Olympics: Because I like to watch people doing stuff in snow. Rooting for the Nigerian bobsled team, the Mongolians, and whoever wins one of those Iron Person extravaganzas.
Every once in a while, when reading, I come across a sentence that almost takes my breath away with its simple, descriptive words that open my eyes to a world. Read more about A Few Favorite Sentences
What was it like to be an American colonist in the 17th and 18th centuries, living under the rule of Great Britain? Read more about Colonial America
I once read that dreaming of houses means that you are searching for the right one, for your proper place in the world, for, like Goldilocks, the place that's "just right." Read more about House Hunting