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Book #27: A Confederacy of Dunces, by John Kennedy Toole

Dear spring semester, could you please just hurry up and end?

I only feel this way sometimes. Or maybe about half the time. After this week, I have 2 more weeks of class and then finals, and I’ve started to reach my capacity on being able to care about school work. 197 more words


A travel article (who in N.O. talks of “the Big Easy”?)

. . . and realized, once again, that there’s no better place to find Walker Percy than inside the pages of his many dazzling novels, which I’d fallen in love with years ago.

New Orleans

Palahniuk, Pierre, Toole (Rehoming some of my books Part 6)

What were the criteria for picking the following books to highlight? I really don’t know. They are great books though. The title of each book is linked to the entries I made at Antiqbook.com, where these books are for sale. 250 more words

Books For Sale

Still Waiting For The Sequel...

And waiting and waiting…

Okay, so some authors are less prolific than others.  James Patterson, for instance, had more than a dozen books released under his name last year.   1,672 more words


Salted Caramel Brownies. A Confederacy of Dunces.

“Ignatius, we gotta go now,” Mrs. Reilly said. “I’m hungry.”
She turned toward him and knocked her beer bottle to the floor where it broke into a spray of brown, jagged glass. 764 more words