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January 2017 Books

#1: The Lion’s Courtship, A. Wendeberg. I think this is a prequel to Wendeberg’s other novels about Anna Kronberg, late-19th century medical sleuth. It looks like an interesting series, tying into Sherlock Holmes, but the reviews are a little harsh about the books having cliffhanger endings. #2: Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Truman Capote. A classic which I’d […]

New Kickstarter! Naomi and the Dragon!

A while back, my best friend Toby and I did a 24-Hour Comic book project together. We didn’t finish, but it was a good exercise for us, and we did end up with a great script for a comic book that we decided we wanted to finish “someday.” Well, last week we decided to pull the […]

2016 Goals – How’d I do?

In early 2016, I made a list of SMART goals — Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Timely. How did I do? Fitness: Run three 5Ks – I didn’t run any 5Ks last year, but I did regularly run, and I ran 5 kilometers on a fairly regular basis, culminating in a 10K on October 30th. Play […]

December 2016 Books

#59: Me, Earl, and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews. YA fiction about a white boy dealing with the friendship and death of a girl he doesn’t really know that well, and who, therefore, the audience doesn’t either. It’s really all about Greg, the white male hero, and is therefore pretty boring. The best parts […]

O Tannenbaum!

Post-surgery, I was barred by doctor’s orders from lifting anything more than 10 lbs, including my bass guitar. Not a problem– I got a bass ukulele for travel at my birthday, so I was back to bassing as soon as I got home from the hospital! Before I went in, I’d talked to my bass instructor and decided […]

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