Saturday’s St. Patrick’s Day Run in St. Louis was crowded as ever, but sported the perfect overcast, 50 degree weather for a nice 5 mile run through the city! Today, though, all work and no play.
The Bone Clocks is an awesome trip of a novel. I really can’t stress this enough. I took forever to read it partially due to life busy-ness, and partially because I wanted to savor the story – even though it’s told in 6 different sections, each focusing on a different characters seemingly peripheral to the […]
So, clearly I failed to do that whole get-back-to-blogging-with-regularity thing I was promising, but let’s pretend that’s my new year’s resolution that might stick! I haven’t stopped reading or breathing though – or thinking about running. I think about running A LOT. Anyway. Instead of running, I’m writing this right now. I hope you appreciate […]
So, it’s been a while, yes? November seems to be a month of change and reinvention in my life, and this year proves no exception! First, things have been churning around in this rusty brain of mine, and I thought perhaps Bookish Habits might have run its course in its current/past iteration. As such, I’ve […]
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot by David Shafer is an audacious but ultimately successful worst-case-scenario novel a la The Circle – though darker and funnier and more complex. It’s really not genre-able, but it is a great deal of fun. Techno-dystopia-lite? Ish? It is a book that lives up to its title. We’ve got corporate conspiracies […]