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Jul 24

Book Review: Feast for Crows

A Feast for Crows by George R.R. Martin I’ll have to agree with the general assertion that this is the weakest novel in the Song of Ice and Fire series. I’ve heard the story that this and DANCE WITH DRAGONS were meant to be a single novel, and that GRRM had to split them into …

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Jun 21

Book Review: Sleepwalk With Me

Sleepwalk with Me: and Other Painfully True Stories by Mike Birbiglia Mike Birbiglia is a funny guy. I’ve heard him on “This American Life” a couple of times, and he’s a great comedian. He manages to make me laugh without resorting to racism, misogyny, or a surfiet of swear words, unlike many comedians. So when …

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Jun 08

Seeing Things, Part 11: paper books and cover design fallout

Dear Blog Friends, My right arm has been hurting for about a week, and I finally figured out why: Mouse Elbow.  Yup. Too much time with gimp.  So, I’m going to take a break from cover design for a while, even though (because) it is SO MUCH FUN now that I’ve figured out some of …

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Fiction

Esmerelda, the cutest chicken

    PARASITIC SOULS Fiona loves LA, but she loves her step-mom even more, so when she gets a call saying Carlotta isn’t acting like herself, Fiona drops everything to return to her old hometown. When Fiona arrives in the wine-country town of Clementine, she finds that her step-mom literally isn’t herself—someone else is looking …

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May 31

Book Review: Mockingbird

Mockingbird by Sean Stewart This book didn’t end as well as it started out, which is just as well, because if it did, it would have ripped a hole in the universe due to pure awesomeness. I picked it up because I so much enjoyed Stewart’s other book PERFECT CIRCLE, and this promised to be …

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