- Happy Thanksgiving!
- Wednesday Short Stories from Three Collections / Anthologies
- Forgotten stories: That’s a LOT of stories & pages!
- Wednesday short story: “Crooked Souls” by Dashiell Hammett
- FFB: Maigret Hesitates by Georges Simenon
- FFB: I Go Pogo by Walt Kelly
- Birthday Goodness
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Category Archives: Shelf Shots
This will be the last poetry shelf shot, at least for a while. left to right: If You Call This Cry A Song by Hayden Carruth Poems by Agatha Christie Cowboy Poetry: A Gathering First Poems By Minou Drouet – she was eight years … Continue reading
As you may know by now, I love poetry. There are three full shelves plus a few other books scattered about. Here’s another half shelf, the other half next week. left to right: Anthology of American Poetry edited by George … Continue reading
Here’s the rest of the shelf I showed last week. I repeat, I love these kind of books. Starting on the left, A Reader’s Guide to the Private Eye Novel by Gary Warren Niebuhr, G.K. Hall & Co., 1993 – … Continue reading
Here’s another shelf of non-fiction / reference volumes which are related to mystery subjects. Actually, this is just half the shelf, I’ll have the other half next week. I love these kind of books. Starting on the left: The Fine … Continue reading
Especially in these times, I enjoy poetry. I get enjoyment, inspiration and lots to think about, as well as the pleasure of rereading favorites. I have several shelves of poetry, here is one. The Dylan has the lyrics to almost … Continue reading
Enjoying pulp stories, a few years ago I started buying reprints by various authors by various publishers specializing in such. I have three shelves of them, this being one. The shelf also includes some books about the pulps, which … Continue reading