Tag: December

Blog Update 12/7/2017

Hey guys, just a quick update for the blog. If you follow me on social media, you might know already that I haven’t been doing the best lately. I’ve already removed Facebook and Twitter from my phone in an effort to reduce some of my anxiety triggers. I have some posts lined up for December,

WWW Wednesday 12/6/2017

What are you currently reading? The Last Girl by Nadia Murad For Study:  Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville   What did you just finish reading? (As always, click on the link below to see what I thought!) A Christmas to Remember by Lisa Kleypas A Shadow Bright and Burning by Jessica Cluess Borne by Jeff

Lisa Kleypas: A Christmas to Remember

Romance stars Lisa Kleypas, Lorraine Heath, Megan Frampton, and Vivienne Lorret prove in this collection of stories that love is the most magical during Christmas… I Will by Lisa Kleypas To be reinstated into his father’s will, Andrew, Lord Drake, must court a respectable woman-his friend’s spinster sister, Miss Caroline Hargreaves. After he blackmails Caroline into

Jeff Vandermeer: Borne

“Am I a person?” Borne asked me. “Yes, you are a person,” I told him. “But like a person, you can be a weapon, too.”   In Borne, a young woman named Rachel survives as a scavenger in a ruined city half destroyed by drought and conflict. The city is dangerous, littered with discarded experiments from the Company—a biotech

Kay Ryan: Say Uncle

Filled with wry logic and a magical, unpredictable musicality, Kay Ryan’s poems continue to generate excitement with their frequent appearances in The New Yorker and other leading periodicals. Say Uncle, Ryan’s fifth collection, is filled with the same hidden connections, the same slyness and almost gleeful detachment that has delighted readers of her earlier books.

WWW Wednesday 12/28/2016

  What are you currently reading? Before Night Falls by Reinaldo Arenas For Study:  The Norton Anthology of American Literature by Nina Baym   What did you just finish reading? (As always, click on the link below to see what I thought!) Lights Out by Ted Koppel Legend by Marie Lu The Other Einstein by Marie

Ted Koppel: Lights Out

In this tour de force of investigative reporting, Ted Koppel reveals that a major cyberattack on America’s power grid is not only possible but likely, that it would be devastating, and that the United States is shockingly unprepared.   Imagine a blackout lasting not days, but weeks or months. Tens of millions of people over
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