- j - Now write a fanfic based on that. :)
- j - *snicker*
- jun - That new cover looks like “Jason Isaacs and Tom Baker as Nico and Philip!”
- j - The new covers appeal to me more than the old ones, I will say that. Which might color the reading experience a...
- jun - Yeah, I have a couple other books by her, as well. It’s rather disheartening to hear that they’re...
Posted on May 27, 2011 | 6 CommentsThe Plot Author Wendy McClure immerses herself in the world of the Little House books after she rereads them as an adult. The tale of the Ingalls family gets a hold on her imagination and...
Posted on August 22, 2010 | 6 CommentsI didn’t know anything about these guys before I read the book. What I knew about it was pretty much solely from the front cover. Two friends, presumably guys, on a cross-country road trip to...
Posted on August 14, 2010 | 4 CommentsThe Plot Jeff Deck, feeling motivated by his recent college reunion to get out and do something, embarks on a months long journey across the country to correct ‘typos’: errors in punctuation, spelling and grammatical...
Posted on December 21, 2008 | No CommentsFrom the book jacket: Paul Collins and his family abandoned the hills of San Francisco to move to the Welsh countryside—to move, in fact, to the little cobblestone village of Hay-on-Wye, the “Town of Books,” boasting 1,500 inhabitants… and forty bookstores. Antiquarian bookstores, no less. Inviting readers into a sanctuary for book lovers, and guiding us through [...]
Posted on November 15, 2008 | 5 CommentsI can't remember how Sixpence House: Lost in a Town of Books caught my attention, but it's clear why it did. It's a book about a little town full of used/antiquarian bookstores. And that town is in Wales! It's Hay-on-Wye, and I'm afraid now any trip to the UK is not only not going to [...]