Having just finished my 5th cozy mystery by Baker, I can say this: the author keeps changing things up! You’d think she would settle into a formulaic pattern, especially within a single series of cozies. But no. She keeps you guessing about more than just whodunnit! Continue reading Reviewing The Case Of The Karaoke Killer
I played a lot of Nintendo earlier this year. But lately I’ve given over to reading. Video games tell stories. So do books. But I’m reminded how simple and easy book reading is and also how wonderful and fulfilling it is to enjoy a good book! So game on, read on. If I had to choose just one..? Books. Continue reading Books Or Video Games? Yes.
The good folks over at the Good E Reader site asked a question this week. What would make you buy a new kindle? My white paperwhite is working well, but I’d trade it in for a new one if… Here’s some of my ideas. Continue reading Top Kindle Wishes
In late February, we were treated to a new piece of nonfiction about a phenomenon in social media, Facebook: The Inside Story, by Steven Levy. Other books have been written about the infamous social network, but this one is the latest and, I think, greatest. Rather than a review, I just want to share some of my thoughts about it. Continue reading Facebook The Inside Story
The epic high-fantasy novel, The Lord of the Rings, remains unread by me. Years ago, I saw the movies first, then attempted to read the book. I failed in my quest. In my mind the story moved quickly based on the movie, but the book was slow. I am but man-flesh, yet perhaps I shall attempt it again someday. I have no excuse. I’ve read … Continue reading Unread LOTR
What do Facebook, Instagram, and the Hunger Games have in common? You might think about some kind of technological dystopia. Good guess, but no. They’re all books about to be released soon, and I’m planning to read them with gusto! Continue reading Facebook, Instagram, and Hunger Games
The busy holiday season is upon us! Don’t blink; December will flash by. Parties, food, parades, food, carols, food, gifts, food, and plenty to eat. Yeah. I believe I hit my calorie quota for the month in the first week! But overall, it’s been a good time, full and festive. Continue reading Holiday Rush