The Wheel of Time turns…

…and Ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legend. Legend fades to myth, and even myth is long forgotten when the Age that gave it birth comes again. In one Age, called the Third Age by some, an Age yet to come, an Age long past, a wind rose. The wind...

Master of Verona

I posted this review on Amazon.com, but I thought I’d reprint it here because I’d like to get the word out about this book. David Blixt was the fight director for the stage version of A Clockwork Orange I was in just before I got married. He’s a cool...

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

I’m gonna talk about this book now, and I’m gonna mention stuff that happened in it. Per my own rules, I will now give everyone who has not yet read it time to leave the room.Are they gone?Good.Ho. Ly. Crap. I finished it last night at about 1:30. My mind...

Spoiler Alert!

A book hits the shelves at 12:01 tonight. It’s about a boy who goes to school to become a wizard. I’m told it’s the seventh, and last, in a series of books that have been rather popular among the clannish sort that read such things. Perhaps...

Commandments

A blog that I read frequently, PZ Myers’ Pharyngula, posted this link, and I liked it enough that I thought I’d post it here too.For your reading enjoyment, I present to you the 20 Blogging Commandments.

Al Franken Hurt My Feelings

Al Franken is a douchebag.I like to think of myself as a fairly smart guy. I don’t claim to be the genius my parents always say I am (which is a subject for a whole other therapy sess–I mean, blog entry). But I believe I can say without fear of perjuring...