autumn reading, September edition

I love autumn, it’s wonderful to curl up with a book, a blanket, a mug of tea, and spend a few hours reading. I’m making progress through my TBR list. There are even a few short reviews of what I’ve read. All titles reviewed below were received through NetGalley in exchange for a review. I miss the days of paper ARCs, I read my e-book ARCs in fits and starts. One day I’ll get caught up. Read More about autumn reading, September edition

recent reading …

My recent reading includes novels by Kathleen Baldwin, Gail Carriger, Leah Cypess, Kazuo Ishiguro, Mercedes Lackey, and Naomi Novik.

an attempt at slowness

Though I’m not attempting to slow down in the race to catch up in the newspapers or magazines I’m behind on. I am completely caught up on all but the most recent The Economist and plugging away at The New Yorker and the other magazines floating around. E’s hoping that I really attach the magazine rack soon, it’s over flowing.

This past week I listened to a few really great podcasts including The Cambist and Lord Iron over at Podcastle. Craftlit is currently zooming through The Scarlet Letter and one day I’ll catch up with Escape Pod.

Watership Down Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy

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