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Off to Texas

My other post about adult programming is languishing lasciviously in the drafts folder, fraternizing with all the other unpublished drafts. It will have to languish for a bit more as I won’t work on it now, and I’m headed to… 185 more words

Libraries

Review: 100 Sideways Miles by Andrew Smith

Andrew Smith is a mad scientist. I imagine him, even now, sitting in his writing laboratory playing with every imaginable ingredient and coming up with another brilliant concoction of literary gold. 569 more words

Book Review

Winger

“Joey told me nothing ever goes back exactly the way it was, that things expand and contract- like breathing, but you could never fill your lungs up with the same air twice.” 345 more words

Book Reviews

Product and margin growth will drive profitability of Symantec’s new security and storage businesses in CY15

By Andrew Smith, Analyst

TBR believes Symantec’s security company will re-emerge as a stronger solutions provider with a streamlined portfolio and a renewed focus on addressing the key drivers (such as zero-day threats) for businesses’ and consumers’ IT security decisions. 857 more words

TBR

100 Sideways Miles Blog Tour

The Knackery of the Universe Never Shuts Down

Finn Easton is a 16 year-old boy living in the middle of no-where, California. Finn never tells anyone how he really feels. 618 more words

YA Books

defeat you

where did you come from

silently sneaking up on me and

attacking me when I wasn’t ready

 

why did you choose me

out of millions and millions… 186 more words

Andrew Smith

"The John Green Effect" and "GreenLit"

I just finished Andrew Smith’s Winger, which last year had been given the title of GreenLit by New York Times.  “GreenLit” according to New York Times is a thing used to define writers that either write in the style of John Green or writers John Green celebrates ( 365 more words

John Green