Essays about pop culture by a writer who is pretty much the same age as me.
This book was really really good. Beautiful descriptions of the landscape. Would recommend.
Really really good. Really really scary. Prescient, and terrifying.
This was really good, even if I think they retconned a certain character. But the it’s Margaret Atwood’s character, she knows her best. It took me a minute to get the characters straight. But if you pay attention to the chapter headings, you can…
Interesting, short read. Nails OCD and anxiety. I generally like his books. I like several people who like Indianapolis, so it makes me think of them. Social distancing is increasing my reading.
Two things about this book. (1j It is amazing. (2) reading it right now was a bad idea. I figured, I’d whistle past the graveyard and read a pandemic book. Um… yeah, about that.
Eh, it was okay. I’ll read something better next.
So I’ve been listening to a new podcast lately. One of my favorite things is Shakespeare. And my favorite Shakespeare is Henry V. Not the bombastic St. Crispin’s Day speech, or even Harfleur. I love me some dark night of the soul Harry. Anywho…
Holy cow this book. It highlights just how precarious life in America can be. I went into this book a liberal, and came out even farther to the left.
Rich People’s Problems. Not as good as the others, but a fun quick read.