Jun. 4th, 2015

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Jun. 4th, 2015 12:02 pm
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thornsilver: (Why Me? Jack O'Neil)
Today, on my way back from the shrink got some groceries. Only to remember when I returned home that my kitchen is infested with apocalyptic numbers of fruit flies. I can't really cook there, until I get rid of them somehow. *sigh*
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Because I currently have an attention span of chicken on speed, I am reading a lot of books at the same time.

1. "Wastelands: Stories of the Apocalypse", an e-book re-read. I attempt to re-read it from time to time when I feel like reading about the end of the world. Yes, it's my light relaxing reading book.

2. "Osiris" by S.J.Swift, an e-book. Post Apocalyptic dystopian SF. That I have been reading on and off for a very long time and am still unable to finish. It is just so long! (Something that it took me a bit to figure out, because it's an e-book, so I can't tell.) Also, kind of slow moving.

3. "Panic" by K.R.Griffith, an e-book. An Apocalyptic kind of zombie book. I keep starting it from the beginning and getting lost.

4. "Stitch 'n Bitch: The Knitter Handbook" by Debbie Stroller. Borrowed from the library. I actually used to own this book, but it got lost during the move. I have not been crafting for a while, so I am wondering if this can re-new my interest maybe.

5. "Bryony and Roses" by T. Kingfisher. An e-book of a retelling of "Beauty and the Beast", but cooler. T. Kingfisher, by the way, is Ursula Vernon by any other name, and her imagination is phenomenal.

6. "Douglas: Lord of Heartache" by Grace Burrowes. A historical romance e-book. Pretty standard fare.

7. "Threshold" by Eric Flint and Ryk E. Spoor. Borrowed from the library. This is a second book in an old fashion exploration SF which seemed to have disappeared into other genres currently in fashion. Not a very insightful or special read, but pretty fun anyway.
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