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"The Ultimate Book Tag"

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I’m afraid things have been entirely too quiet around here. Right now, I’m thick in the trenches of C. S. Lewis’s Till We Have Faces… 1,147 more words

Ray Bradbury

The 2nd Grade Butterfly Effect

First published in Collier’s magazine in June of 1952, Ray Bradbury’s “A Sound of Thunder” went on to become one of the most frequently re-published short science fiction stories of all time, but the concept at its heart was far from new. 894 more words

Animals

A Conversation with Ray Bradbury

Even if you don’t like science fiction or space fantasy, Bradbury’s enthusiasm is infectious. I revisit this interview from time to time, to keep me hungry and looking forward. 48 more words

Bradbury Daily: "The Great Fire"

This is another story that has a single usage of the first person right at the start before continuing on in the third person. I really don’t see the point in doing this in these stories. 510 more words

Reviews

Loving To Read On World Book Day!

I’m not the average reader. I learned (self-taught) to read at an alarmingly (to my parents, not to me) early age, and freely admit that books and my enjoyment of them is the mainstay of my life. 302 more words

Busby's NCBD for February 27th, 2015

I was at a loss to begin my post with any pertinent comments about my books. I hadn’t read any of them when I drafted my post. 948 more words

Blog Posts

Stuart Gordon Spotlight: "The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit"

The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit

Welcome back to Misany Movie Blog’s two week spotlight on Stuart Gordon! Today, I’ll be highlighting the children’s film “The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit” 1,005 more words

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