Monthly Archives: June 2021

short stories – Hayden’s World

Hayden’s World Volume 1 by S. D. Falchetti, 2018 trade paper, science fiction I’m not sure how I came across this self-published hard science fiction collection, probably saw it on Amazon. The cover is certainly eye-catching, don’t you think? James Hayden … Continue reading

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meanwhile… Maple Syrup

We don’t use maple syrup often, but a couple times a month we enjoy either pancakes or waffles, and when we do, we have them with butter and maple syrup. Growing up, I remember we had either Log Cabin or … Continue reading

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Seventy-Seven Clocks by Christopher Fowler

Seventy-Seven Clocks by Christopher Fowler, Bantam 2008 trade paper, mystery, 3rd in Bryant & May series. I’m continuing to read the series of mysteries featuring Braynt & May, written by Christopher Fowler. This is the 3rd. The odd couple of detection … Continue reading

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reading short stories – end of May

It’s HOT here! 90s again today, too early in the year for this. I’ve continued to read short stories this last week, but only from this one of the three books I showed last time, and I finished it. The … Continue reading

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