Monthly Archives: November 2012

Sheer Brilliance

Recommendation for folks who love writing, there is something for everyone in The City of Dreaming Books, Walter Moers, translated by John Brownjohn, Overlook TP, 2008. Moers rakes the publishing industry – from an author’s perspective -from top to bottom. … Continue reading

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2012 Mainstream, Western, and Non-Fiction Read – So Far

Concluding recap of what I’ve been reading this year, we look now at Mainstream, Western, and Non-Fiction. Below are the fifteen books I’ve read this year and one I just started. Books I enjoyed and am likely to read another … Continue reading

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2012 Mystery/Detective/Spy Reads – So Far

Continuing recap of what I’ve been reading this year, we look now at the Thriller category. Below are the forty-nine mystery/detective/spy novels I’ve read this year. Books I enjoyed and am likely to read another by that author get a … Continue reading

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2012 Science Fiction Reads – So Far

Continuing recap of what I’ve been reading this year, we look now at Science Fiction. Below are the thirty-three science fiction novels I’ve attempted to read this year. As with Fantasy, there are several at the bottom of the list … Continue reading

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2012 Fantasy Reads – So Far

Got interested in a recap of what I’ve been up to this year. Let’s start with Fantasy. Below are the fifty-four fantasy novels I’ve attempted to read this year. You will note that are several at the bottom of the … Continue reading

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