Finished Last Week:
Three books? I know, amazing (for me). I’ve already reviewed Fall of Man in Wilmslow and I’ll have a review of Jeremy Clay’s Victorian press anthology The Burglar Caught by a Skeleton (hopefully) on Thursday.
Drive by James Sallis was an impulse “read”: it’s a novella and I listened to it while working on a Minecraft project. I probably won’t review it. I was mostly interested in differences between it and the movie. I would say that the screenplay took certain aspects of the novella and streamlined them into a much smoother narrative. Some of the events in the novella feel more random, more real. Both have their advantages.
Penn & Teller: Fool Us is back on TV tonight if you’re in the States. Here’s a promo bit from the past week.
Gearing up for the release of Our Past in the Uncanny Valley. I’ll have a post on Wednesday with the cover. Otherwise, I’m girding myself for the long, hot part of the summer.
What Was I Doing?
(Apparently, the 25th of June isn’t historically a big blogging day for me…)