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A to Z: Wanda from Sandman

Sandman. Neil Gaiman’s long comic series, one of the best ever written. Intense, literary, fantasy-horror from the early 90s… When I was born. Notable for so many reasons and so many characters. 324 more words

Pop Culture

April Reads

April has been a busy ol’ month and I wish I’d read more, but here are the books I made time for. I liked Stardust and Nice Big American Baby about as much as I thought I was going to. 58 more words


Read--regardless of race, gender, what have you--just read.

It’s been many moons since last I dusted off this ol’ blog, and, surprisingly, I’m still getting traffic (thanks all three of you)! “What ever could spawn such a divergence from laziness, Nate?” you ask. 792 more words


MARVEL 1602 (2004)

As we wait for Marvel’s latest addition to their sprawling cinematic universe, Avengers: Age of Ultron to hit theaters, now is a great time to see Marvel’s greatest heroes in a different setting. 308 more words

Contemporary Fiction Reviews

MOAR Books on a Plane

Many of my friends know that I do the Clarion West Write-a-Thon each year. I always figured it was as close as I’d ever get to taking the six week long writing bootcamp. 253 more words

A tale with a heart

Neil Gaiman Odd and the Frost Giants Bloomsbury 2008

Published for World Book Day in April 2008, Odd and the Frost Giants was designed with youngsters in mind but can be enjoyed by oldsters as well. 452 more words


Week 4 Update | #ReadingMyLibrary Challenge

Happy Sunday!  I’ve had a lot of goings on in my personal life and reading has taken a bit of a backseat lately.  It’s looking like life will be settling down soon, and for the last week of this challenge, I’m hoping to read a book a day.   237 more words