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Best Reads 2016

It’s time for my year-end wrap-up!  Slightly late, alas, as it is now the new year, but then I tend to be late in most things.  As always, these (generally) aren’t books that were published in 2016, since I make … Continue reading

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Recent Reading: The Southern Reach Trilogy

It’s been a while since I’ve written a review, and to be honest, what I want to say about the Southern Reach trilogy, by Jeff Vandermeer, isn’t really review-like.  These books weren’t my favorite of all time or anything (they … Continue reading

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Best Reads 2015

Time again for the year-end wrap-up.  As always, the books I highlight weren’t necessarily published in 2015, because I don’t make any great effort to read new books; I have an endless backlog, so I get to things when I … Continue reading

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Obligatory Halloween Horror Post 2015

It’s that time again! I am a big horror fan, though alas it seems like I haven’t read any horror novels at all this year — I was too busy going through C.J. Cherryh’s entire Foreigner series.  Dang, I’ll need … Continue reading

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Best Reads 2014

Good old year-end wrap-up.  I should have done this a day or so ago, but I claim exemption due to New Years being my dad’s birthday as well.  We had a little party.  Happy birthday, Dad! Anyway, time to run … Continue reading

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Recent Reading: BOOM! Comics

A couple months ago, I noticed that Humble Bundle was selling a batch of digital comics from BOOM! Studios.  They’d been on my radar for a little while, since they produce (most of? all of?) the Adventure Time comics, which … Continue reading

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Recent Reading: Empire in Black and Gold, Professor Moriarty: The Hound of the D’Urbervilles

Since I have nothing to say again about this week’s Tough Traveling, I shall go through my most recent reading!  This time I have two four-star books, though both come with caveats.

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