I did very well during the Spring as far as the reading challenge went. I read at a minimum, the books I allocated for myself each month and read (and reread) others to pass the remainder of the month along. To keep with the current challenge, I’m going to stick
Armada is the second novel written by Ernest Cline (Ready Player One). This was a novel that I was incredibly eager to read based on how much I enjoyed reading Ready Player One. Armada is a story all in its own as it’s not related to Cline’s other work. The
Wolves of the Calla is the 5th (6th) book in the Dark Tower Series by Stephen King. As I mentioned in previous blog entries, I’ve been really digging this series by Stephen King. This installment continued to mesmerize me and I was able to knock it out within a couple
2019 Reading Assignment Challenge I’ve decided that I’m going to do this challenge again for the upcoming year. The rules have evolved a little, but I’m game. I found myself reading more than 1 book each month (even though I only committed to reading 1) in 2018. However, I did
When I first started seeing the trailers for the movie adaptation of Ready Player One, I immediately became excited. My inner geek really liked the nostalgia that was represented in the trailers. So, my family and I went and saw it and I wasn’t the least bit disappointed in it.
This book has been on my “to read” list for a very long time. It all goes back to middle school when one of my teachers spoke highly of “Robots of Dawn”, which I read. As a fan of Asimov’s work, I felt it was appropriate to go back to
It seems rather strange to compose a review of a book that many have probably already read, and one that I should have previously read. But to keep with the theme of reading and reviewing books that I read, here it goes… George Orwell’s 1984 depicts a state of the
I did pretty well for the first half of the year and maintained my quota of reading a book per month. The beginning of the year was quite easy as I managed to read a book within the first 10 days of the month or so. However as the months
It’s an exciting time for fans of the Cleveland Indians. It’s been nearly 20 years since they’ve played in the World Series (1997) and it’s been 68 years since they’ve won the World Series (1948). As an Indians fan that lives in the state of Louisiana, I’m often asked, “Why?
It’s been an incredibly long time since I’ve written a post on here. Too long in fact. I’m going to make a concerted effort to visit here more often and let everyone in on what’s going on with me. So if you’re still interested, check back soon. -Bob