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Monthly Archives: April 2012
All right all, I’m pumped. I didn’t get to participate in the past book blog community events because of bad real life timing, but I looked at the schedule and I think 5/14-5/20 is no crazier a week than normal, … Continue reading
Short story This World Must Die! by Horace Brown Fyfe, examines the emotional and rational reactions to murder in a twenty second century space faring civilization As I was browsing my subscribed blogs today I came across an article about expanding … Continue reading
Truth Values: One Girl’s Romp Through MIT’s Male Math Maze by Gioia De Cari, one woman show about a female PhD student in the 80’s dealing with MIT’s still rampant sexist issues So I don’t usually do theater reviews, but … Continue reading
Hello all! I meant to post a wrap up post last night, but I was so tired by the time I rolled over in bed, that it just didn’t happen, ha! As expected I didn’t get as much reading done … Continue reading
It’s time for another Tangent Time! I had four nonfiction that I wanted to write about and that seemed like too many for one post, so here is nonfiction post #2 :-) The first book, Pricing Life by Peter A. Ubel, MD … Continue reading
All right, the first goal of the day is complete, I found an apartment and signed a lease! More importantly ( ;-) ) I’m on page 369 of 807 of A Game of Thrones and am planning to spend the … Continue reading
Good morning all! Happy Read A Thon! Today (in case you are new to the book blogosphere) is the Dewey’s Read A Thon and I’m trying to participate despite my apartment hunting appointments today! Yesterday I was able to start Dogs … Continue reading
I got Good Omens on loan from one of my friends this summer and read it pretty quickly due to a combination of plane flights and good writing. She actually lent it to me to convince me to read more … Continue reading