Monthly Archives: July 2011

Philip Pullman from the Guardian on Why we must stand up to the Book Barbarians.

I like his books, and I love anyone who comes up with a phrase like Book Barbarians. Arrggh!

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BookNotes: An Altar by the River by Christine Husom

When I began this book, I had two things that Christine said about it in mind: that is a chilling tale and that she knows where the altar is, she has seen it. She said that her books except for … Continue reading

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BookNotes: Buried in Wolf Lake by Christine Husom

I always drag my hooves writing “reviews” because I want them to be done just so. So I never write them. Clever! Let me try doing a BookNote (short thoughts on the book)on my fine reading and see if I … Continue reading

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David Baldacci talks with the BBC on crime writing

A video interview with suspense author David Baldacci. Quite the affable guy, eh?

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Dream Team

Gaming site Massively had a post this week asking what your developer dream team would be for an MMO. I didn’t have time to reply and now I can’t find the post, but the concept has stayed in my tiny … Continue reading

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Mysterious Bookshop Bibliomysteries

The Mysterious Bookshop in New York has a wonderful blog which I’ve added on the side. Their current post is a list of Bibliomysteries, mysteries involving books, or anything book related that the shop has for sale. Just the thing … Continue reading

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Downsizing Librarians Means No Bananas For You

Can’t get the whole monkey thing out of my head, lol. Ooooo oooooo.

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