I recently completed Harry Turtledove’s novel How Few Remain. This is the kickoff novel of Turtledove’s lauded “Timeline 191” series, and tells the story of the second war between the American states. Continue reading Hindsight is 20/20… and Incredibly Entertaining
Recently I took advantage of some quarantine free time to rearrange a couple of my bookshelves (full disclosure, I was somewhat motivated to do this by Hillary Clinton’s recollection of Bill’s habitual book reorganizing in What Happened). While I was doing this, I came across several books that I believe are wholly excellent and worth reading, and wanted to give a few of them a brief shout-out. Continue reading Bookshelf Rearranging
For whatever reason, I only recently decided to listen to the audiobook version of Hillary Clinton’s 2.5 year-old post-mortem of her own 2016 presidential campaign, What Happened. I had just finished the much newer book A Very A Stable Genius by a pair of Washington Post reporters and saw that What Happened was available for free as an audio book from my local library. So I figured “Why not?”, and took the plunge. Continue reading “What Happened”, 2 1/2 Years Later
Before I started this book, I would never have thought that the words “fantastical saga” could ever be used to describe Oklahoma City. Within the first five pages though, I realized that the crown jewel of America’s reddest state had existed a truly fantastical saga thus far. Continue reading Oklahoma City is Fascinating. Yes, I’m Being Serious.