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Coh-rah-Lee-nay

I have this idea that I can improve my language skills by reading in the language. This is not a crazy idea. But, I use it to justify a possibly crazy and weird habit. 320 more words

Currently Reading

Writing in the wind to and about the object of my affection...

“There are two basic motivating forces: fear and love. When we are afraid, we pull back from life. When we are in love, we open to all that life has to offer with passion, excitement, and acceptance. 969 more words

Love

London Above

Curator & artist Sue Kreitzman is known for her colourful home in London and bright style aesthetic. She is a proponent of utilizing colour to create joy. 93 more words

London

Neil Gaiman - The Sleeper and The Spindle. Illustrated by Chris Riddell

Fairy-tale mash-up bon-bon

I hesitated a lot about reviewing this here, as it only just makes my 4 star minimum, rounded up from 3 1/2 for the real book only (and a generous 1 star for the Kindle or ebook version). 519 more words

Book Review

Reasons to love Smoke and Mirrors by Neil Gaiman

Two years was the amount of time I waited to read this book. Bought it at 16, read it at 18, yet was not disappointed by the long wait. 409 more words

Books

Best non-superhero comics of all time: 11-20

Almost at the finish line. Interesting thing about these 10 are that almost all of them are black & white.

20. Eightball by Dan Clowes (1989, Fantagraphics) 851 more words

Comic Books

Book Review: Trigger Warnings by Neil Gaiman

Two years ago I started a book club (Bad Wolf Book Club, to be exact) with a few of my friends. ‘Stardust’ by Neil Gaiman was the first book we read and it helped me fall back into my overgrown, and often neglected, love of reading. 1,012 more words