Monthly Archives: November 2009

WHAT I’M THANKFUL FOR, 2009

It’s Thanksgiving week in America, the time of year we think, however briefly, about what we’re thankful for in our lives before we go back to being angry and resentful bright and early Friday morning. Here’s what I’m thankful for … Continue reading

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A PRISONER OF THE PRISONER

My wife and I have been watching Mad Men on AMC, so we were exposed to the commercials for the remake of the classic 60s British TV series The Prisoner. I had always been aware of The Prisoner, but from … Continue reading

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BOOKS FOR FANTASY AUTHORS III: MY TEN FAVORITE FANTASY NOVELS

From time to time I’ll recommend—not review, mind you, but recommend, and yes, there is a difference—books that I think fantasy authors should have on their shelves. Some may be new and still in print, some may be difficult to … Continue reading

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E-BOOKS WILL SAVE AND/OR DESTROY THE WORLD!

It just isn’t going to go away, is it? If you’re paying any attention at all to the publishing business, you can’t turn your head without someone sticking another article about e-books in your face, all with dire warnings of … Continue reading

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