Monthly Archives: May 2011

Book Review: A Devil in the Details by Stewart

A Devil in the Details by K.A. Stewart My rating: 4 of 5 stars Wry urban fantasy is not my normal fantasy subgenre, but I’m not ashamed to admit that I thoroughly enjoyed reading A Devil in the Details by … Continue reading

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I Spy the Night Sky

I stepped outside just before 9:00 pm to let the dogs out and shocked myself with the sight of actual stars, something I haven’t seen in weeks (it seems) with the unrelenting cloud cover, rain and thunderstorms plaguing the Heart … Continue reading

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My Pseudo-Google Alter-Ego

My husband and I trade salvos across the DMZ of household organization, not constantly, but consistently.  I am highly organized virtually, but lack motivation for the more tangible aspects on the home front (I’ll let you translate that however you … Continue reading

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Corner Yard Saga Continues and Other Updates

A little more than a month ago, on the ides of April, one of the early spring thunderstorms took out the streetlight that graced the corner of my yard.  At the time, I jumped for joy at the prospect of … Continue reading

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At the End of the Rainbow

Tonight wraps up the encore run of ‘A Taste of Victorian Literature‘ lecture and book discussion series with D.H. Lawrence‘s The Rainbow.  Join us this evening at the Plaza Branch at 6:30 pm to listen to Andrea Broomfield‘s lecture and … Continue reading

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Rapture No-Show And Tornadic Two-Step

For nearly an hour yesterday evening, I heard something I rarely pay much attention to … the wail of the tornado sirens.  Having lived in Kansas all my life, I’ve had close calls with at least two tornadoes (including the … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Doctor’s Wife

An amazing episode, written by none other than Neil Gaiman, a well known popular award winning science fiction author.  Again, I’m too lazy to write my own synopsis, so please visit the Wikipedia article on The Doctor’s Wife episode if … Continue reading

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