Today the grumpy old mailman dropped off a copy of "The Gordonston Ladies Dog Walking Club" by Duncan Whitehead. Something is not quite right in the leafy Savannah neighborhood of Gordonston. As the friends and fellow members of her afternoon cocktail club gather to mourn the death and lament the life of their neighbor, Thelma... Continue Reading →
Hey folks I have quite a few books in my reading queue ... this is a small sample. Pick a few that you would like to see me review in the month of June! By the way, I have a place in the poll to add your own title that you think that I'd enjoy.
Who doesn't love Anne Rice? Expect this title to be available October 15th just in time to get you in the Halloween spirit.Will Anne do for werewolves what she did you vampires? In Anne Rice’s surprising and compelling best-selling novel, the first of her strange and mythic imagining of the world of wolfen powers (“I... Continue Reading →
As many of you know, my geekiness takes on a sorts of strange, unusual, and mysterious topics. Having said that, one of my earliest geeky addictions was Star Trek. Sadly, I am not as enamored by the latest incarnations of Star Trek but I love the nostalgia of the early Trek and the crafts created... Continue Reading →
This is absolutely beautiful...and it's amazing what one can portray with the shadows of the human form...and thoughtful arrangement! It leaves you speechless! https://www.facebook.com/video/embed?video_id=10151646236465450
LITHA - MidSummer Also called - Summer Solstice, Adonia, St. John's Feast Day, Līgo, Liða, Midsommar, Ivan Kupala Day, Juhannus, Alban Hefin, Gŵyl Ganol yr Haf, Sankthans, Jaanipäev, Keskikesä, Rasos Observed by - Europeans, Westerners Type - Cultural, Baltic Finns, Pagan, Christian, Celtic, Norse/Germanic, Balts Significance - Marks the ancient middle of Summer, astronomical beginning... Continue Reading →
King Arthur and Tolkien does it get any better than this? The Fall of Arthur, the only venture by J.R.R. Tolkien into the legends of Arthur, king of Britain, may well be regarded as his finest and most skillful achievement in the use of Old English alliterative meter, in which he brought to his transforming... Continue Reading →
This title should be available in time for Christmas for that Steampunk on your shopping list. In the 25th century the future of the galaxy rests on a knife-edge. The actions of one man could save the British Space Empire, or leave Earth at the mercy of deadly legions of ant-people. That one man is... Continue Reading →