Less, Fire and Hemlock, In the Dreamhouse, The Book of Difficult Fruit, What We Don't Talk About When We Talk About Fat, and a book blind item.
Luster, Gold Fame Citrus, The Secret History, Hummingbird Salamander, plus some re-reads and other minutiae.
The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi. Do you know, I've been sporadically reading John Scalzi's blog Whatever for upwards of ten years, and I've never read any one of his books. I have to admit that I assumed they'd be a little more rocketships-and-spacewars than I typically look for in science fiction. But the first… Continue reading Reading Roundup: April 2019
https://twitter.com/jil_slander/status/1076550995000287232 Happy entire-week-off-because-I-work-at-a-university to me! Although the month is not yet over--and although I'm likely to finish another book sometime during the interminable airport waits between flights home--I am going to post my roundup before I enter.... the liminal space between winter holidays. Pachinko by Min Jin Lee. Although most of the books I acquire… Continue reading Reading Roundup: December 2018
The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. First, a story. At the beginning of the month I went on a hike with a dear friend. We ambled and looked at trees and ate pretzels and decided unanimously that one glorious trek up a low autumnal hill was enough for one day, and so we… Continue reading Reading Roundup: November 2018
I was just polishing up my next reading roundup, adding in a few links that I had to dig out of my Twitter feed, when I realized that I missed the old curated link roundups I used to post here and on my food blog. Who knows whether they interest anyone other than me? But… Continue reading Elsewhere on the Internet: Summer of Love