My doctor found a fibroid in my belly and I named it Bill. Lightheartedness aside, it was large and dangerous. Bill had to go, and sooner needed to happen yesterday.
If there’s one thing Facebook has done for writers it’s made us neglect our blogs and websites for the instant gratification of social media. Nearly everyone I’d originally connected to on LiveJournal, Blogger, and innumerable webrings has a Facebook profile, an Instagram site, and we have conversations without ever having to leave the site. I […]
Crimson Shore by Douglas Preston My rating: 2 of 5 stars I do love the Pendergast books. I love the way Rene Auberjonois reads the characters, I love the Holmesian way Pendergast deduces important from minute details. Then there’s this book. So much of this book had me rolling my eyes. Let me start by […]