Tagged: books

#FridayReads: Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer

#FridayReads: Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer

When Annihilation came out in 2014, the cover caught my eye. It’s pretty and creepy! The trailer for the movie (starring Natalie Portman) ran before The Last Jedi, so I thought what the hell and put the audiobook on hold at the library. The book is short (only six hours long), but I’m not sure...

New Year’s resolution: Read a bazillion comic books

New Year’s resolution: Read a bazillion comic books

I was looking some old posts from an earlier incarnation of this blog and found this New Year’s resolution post from January 23, 2018. This is basically my resolution every year, so? Still relevant. Today is not a great day for me, so instead of writing something new, here’s what I was reading in 2013!...

#FridayReads: My favorite Ursula K. Le Guin novels

#FridayReads: My favorite Ursula K. Le Guin novels

Ursula K. Le Guin, whom I’m going to call the greatest writer of all time, passed away on Monday. I don’t usually cry when people I’ve never met died, but I cried when I read that sad news. Le Guin’s work touched me in so many ways—too many to share them all here. But there...

Miss Migraine: Another way of living

The Adventures of Miss Migraine is an ongoing column about my life with chronic migraine. A version of this post appeared first on August 3, 2012, on my blog of the same name. I am currently reading a book of essays on writing fiction called The Half-Known World, written by Robert Boswell. One of the...