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Reading this week

Recently finished: Tales from the 7000 Isles – I’m really glad I finally got around to reading this.  I really think folk tales help give me a very different picture of a country than I would get from a traditional … Continue reading

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Random quotations

I’ve barely been doing this blogging thing for a month and my brain is already tired and having difficulties thinking of things to talk about (that’s not entirely true.  I have several ideas, but I’m letting them linger until I … Continue reading

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What I’m reading

Last week, I had said I was going to read lots of my library books to clear off my bookshelf.  How well did I do? Recently finished: The Incident of the Harrowmoor Dogs by Daniel Abraham – I enjoyed it … Continue reading

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Books read in 2014: first quarter

I’ve read 30 books thus far this year (or so says my spreadsheet.  GoodReads only lists 29 books, but I’m too lazy to check for whatever book I missed).  I’m well on track to finish 100 books this year (my … Continue reading

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Book storage

I’m spending all sorts of time thinking about how I keep my clothes, but I also wanted to share my books.  For some reason, even when I get worried about how much money and space I’m spending on clothes, my … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts on Books

I think it’s a bit early to do a proper update on the books I’ve read thus far in 2014 (I’m tentatively planning on doing quarterly updates) but I’m totally up for random babbling about what I’m hoping to read … Continue reading

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Books Read in 2013: part 3

I read a random scattering of fictional adult books.  A book club started at my work, I reread some old favorites and new books that were published. Notable adult fiction read in 2013: Spirit’s End by Rachel Aaron – I … Continue reading

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