Walking to work today, the wind actually pushed me sideways. Wow. Not quite the healthy exercise I had in mind! Advertisements
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I picked this book up again because of one scene: The Duchess who is quite rural does not want to learn city manners… then the Deportment Mistress demands how she will know the best way to break the rules if she doesn’t even know what they are. Oh, am I allowed to break the rules? … More A College of Magics by Caroline Stevermer
I generally don’t like series-long conspiracies where the Hero and the Reader peer into the shadows and remain helpless… the very idea makes me break out in Excessive Capitalization… so I skipped a few book in the series after it switched from Monster of the Week to The Vampires Done It. Now that Kitty is … More Kitty Saves the World by Carrie Vaughn
Toby’s bachelorette party should have nothing more dangerous than drunk karaoke… we-the-reader know that’s not going last for long. What’s a more natural companion to pre-wedding than family strife? Oh wow. Just wow. Worst family reunion EVER. Poor Toby.
366 Days in Abraham Lincoln’s Presidency: The Private, Political, and Military Decisions of America’s Greatest President byStephen A. Wynalda Grendel Affair (SPI Files #1) by Lisa Shearin The Case of the Fickle Mermaid (Brothers Grimm Mystery #3) byP.J. Brackston
The Dark Ages – a time when nothing happened. Yes? No. Tuchman follows the life of the last Count of Coucy through the 1300s. The book opens before his birth, with a description of chivalry and the state of the continent, and of course a chapter on the Black Death, the plague which left Europe … More A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century by Barbara W. Tuchman