As promised, here are my top picks for books this year. Best SF/Fantasty books in 2017 A Dragon of a Different Color by Rachel Aaron The Delirium Brief by Charles Stross Neogenesis by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller From Ruins by M. C. A. Hogarth Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs Dream Hearth by … Continue reading What I’ve Been Reading – Best Books of 2017
Ok, so this post is late. In fact it's over a week late. In my defense, the Children's Museum just announced that it bought a building and will be moving in a few years, which means work has been cray-z. But that's no excuse for not getting writing done. My resolution for 2018 is to … Continue reading What I’ve Been Reading – December 2017
So, November was a bust as far as writing was concerned. On reflection I'm not surprised. Too much traveling, not enough butt-in-chair time despite several long trips by train, bus, car and airplane. I should have gotten on a boat, just to complete the set. Still, all that traveling was good for my knitting. I … Continue reading Tray-tables up. Socks down!
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Where did November go? In fact, what happened to the first week of December? Given how busy I was in November - I was traveling 17 days out of 30 - I'm not surprised it went quickly, or that I got very little reading done. I also didn't win NaNo. But I did get writing … Continue reading What I’ve Been Reading – November 2017
So, October tried to outdo September for passing quickly. It was all rereads this month. And almost exclusively rereads of a single author, or rather a pair of co-writers. I basically devoted the month to the Kate Daniels series. I did pick up several new books towards the end of the month, notably Nnedi Okorafor's … Continue reading What I’ve Been Reading – October 2017
This November, as in years past I will be doing National Novel Writing Month, also known as NaNo WriMo. The goal of NaNo WriMo is to write 50,000 words of a new novel during the month of November. I have a pretty good track record at this, but my travel schedule over the next few … Continue reading November is National Novel Writing Month