Monthly Archives: July 2010

Character Parties are Cool

Major, major thanks to Hanna for the idea and for hosting. I – or well, Charlie – met some really interesting and amazingly creative people. My first instinct was to respond to Hanna’s post as myself, commenting on how I … Continue reading

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Charlie’s Unavailable Right Now

He’s too busy partying with a bunch of hot girls, an albino, and a zombie rabbit.

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What I’ve Got To Show For It

A review of my 2010 resolutions. Because most people just forget about them. – Read between 35 and 50 books this year. 35 being the final total of 2009 and 50(something) being the number I burnt myself out on in … Continue reading

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Catching Fire – Suzanne Collins

Rating: 5 stars Shelf: Now Reading Again, I finished this in one day. 11 hours passed, to be exact, from the moment I twittered “I’m starting this RIGHT NOW,” to the the “finished it,” tweet. I don’t – I’m not … Continue reading

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The Boy Who Could Fly – James Norcliffe

Rating: 4 stars Shelf: Now Reading The Boy Who Could Fly was, at times, a bit confused. As if Norcliffe, an award winning poet, had a hard time distancing himself from the beauty of verse. Not sure if that even … Continue reading

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Super Sad True Love Trailer

I’m a big fan of hating book trailers. However, this one is hilarious. All book trailers should be the book trailer for Gary Shteyngart’s Super Sad True Love Story. Hop over to The Rumpus to watch it.

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Faithful Place – Tana French

Rating: 4 stars Shelf: Now Reading I rarely ever rush out to buy a book. First of all, I don’t make a lot of money and so jacketed hardcovers are out of my price range. Secondly, I’m lazy and forgetful. … Continue reading

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