Monthly Archives: July 2011
Happy Friday everyone! And a special shout out to our combat veterans and their families. Join me in thanking them by returning the favor and making a donation to the VFW Foundation. We need them, They need us. Advertisements
Due to the Ozone Red Alert Warning for today, I’m staying inside and at home today. This leaves me no excuse but to tackle projects I’ve neglected for weeks if not months. Overnight I received a BookMooch request to send … Continue reading
Today is Friday (always a reason to celebrate in and of itself), July 22nd, 2011. Better known as ‘Pi Approximation Day‘ in mathematical circles (har har). Why approximately and not definitively? Because if you divide twenty-two by seven, you get … Continue reading
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Ridan Publishing released late last week an ebook edition of Joe Haldeman’s classic award winning science fiction novel The Forever War. A must read for any die-hard fan of science fiction, especially the military scifi subgenre. My review, written two … Continue reading
Honor Harrington The poll closed Saturday midnight and, despite close voting, Honor edged out Harry. In mid-August, Beyond Reality will commence their third series group read. Join us in the Honorverse next month! Read Stefan’s introductory post for more information.
-v- The Beyond Reality group at GoodReads posted a run-off poll this week to decide our next series group read, pitting space opera legend Honor Harrington, created by David Weber, against urban fantasy gumshoe wizard Harry Dresden (no, he’s not … Continue reading