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I read. Often. I also write. I also have a vague notion of eventually calling myself a published author. Mind you, there are a lot of obstacles in my way. One of them is literacy — as in lack thereof. … Continue reading
Not really, of course . . . vegging is defined as “relaxing to the point of complete inertia.” I’m a few ticks shy of complete inertia. I am, however, indulging myself to a day of doing nothing beyond eating, reading, … Continue reading
I last left you with the Tri-Lakes Visitor Guide and local demographics. Next up is a Sunset Book, Terrariums & Miniature Gardens, 1973. People might not know it, but I have somewhat of a green thumb . . . one … Continue reading
First, a reminder of the books we’re looking at: The last book I covered in the previous post is Mythology by Edith Hamilton. The next book is “Vacanze Matte” by Richard Powell (1964). It’s the Italian publication of “Pioneers, Go Home” … Continue reading
First, a reminder of the books we’re looking at: I should mention there not be many photos in this post. One, exactly, and it’s the above photo. That’s right, it’s mostly words. Boring at best, it can be deadly to … Continue reading
First, a reminder of the books we’re looking at: The last book we looked at was “Strong on Defense” by Sanford Strong, and ex-policeman and SWAT captain. Next, quite the difference . . . “Scott Kelby’s 7-Point System for Adobe Photoshop“. … Continue reading