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Novel voting and Leftover Hugo nominated novels post

There are three novel nominees that I started and could not finish. I actually read so little of them that they do not call for an individual post per nominee. 757 more words

Hugo Awards

Bookish (and not so bookish) Thoughts - #30

Bookish (and not so bookish) Thoughts is a weekly meme hosted by Christine at Bookishly Boisterous that works well for my scattered mind.


Sorta Fresh Meat for Zombie Fans


Feed, by Mira Grant, is one of the best starts to a trilogy that I have read in a long time.

Set twenty years into the future, this book examines life after a zombie apocalypse that occurs in none other than the year 2014. 180 more words

Wishing & Waiting on Wednesday: Symbiont

There’s nothing like a Wednesday for thinking about the books we want to read! My Wishing & Waiting on Wednesday post is linking up with two fabulous book memes, Wishlist Wednesday (hosted by… 272 more words

To Read

On Mira Grant's "Parasite" (Parasitology #1)

On my list of Most Terrifying Things are such horrors as abused apostrophes and Rush Limbaugh’s hypnotic, bigoted radio voice, but right up there near the top are also zombies and parasites. 982 more words

Book Review

Book Review - Feed

Feed (Newsflesh Trilogy #1) by Mira Grant

Published – May 1, 2010 by Orbit

Length – 571 pages

Other – Ebook, library

I started this book yesterday and finished it today, when I wasn’t reading it I wanted to so I could find out what happened.   266 more words

Book Reviews

Coffee Talk: Authors With Multiple Names

(Disclaimer: I wrote this several weeks ago, so while my thoughts still apply, my main point may seem a little behind the times.)

If you haven’t already heard, Katie Finn is Morgan Matson and she is the reason for today’s Coffee Talk. 477 more words

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