It seems that because of dating issues the review I posted yesterday of Dexter Palmer’s Version Control only appeared (appears?) 3 days down in the WordPress Reader. Resetting the date doesn’t seem to fix the issue. As lots of bloggers follow each other via that reader, chances are they will miss the review.
I would not normally do this, but as Version Control is such a fantastic book that deserves to be widely read, I’m posting this quick pointer.
My apologies to those people who get announcements of new posts in their mailbox.
My 2017 posting ratio is about half of what it was last year, as life continues to happen, but the number of readers on Weighing A Pig keeps rising slowly but steadily. A big thank you to everyone who has read, liked, linked or commented. My best wishes for 2018!
I’ve read 29 titles in 2017, and reviewed 26. Below are the ones I gave a 5-star rating on Goodreads, 8 in total, in no particular order. Click on the covers for the review. After the books, music & art.
As I have become a happy father about a week ago, I don’t think I will be able to keep up my previous ratio of one book a week. I’ll continue to read & review what I’ve read here, so lets aim for 2 books a month – depending on page count, work, stuff, life.
First up: I want to express my gratitude to everyone who has read, liked, linked or commented. Thank you. My best wishes for the new year!
I’ve read 54 titles in 2016, and reviewed 52. Below are the ones I enjoyed most, in no particular order. Click on the covers for the review. After the books, music.
Posted in Lists, Other
Tagged 2016, Fantasy, Favorite, Graham Lambkin, Keith Rowe, Lists, Michael Pisaro, Science Fiction, SFF books, Speculative Fiction, The Room Extended, year end lists
This week no review, but a commemorative text in Dutch, written for the magazine of a local youth club of which I used to be part of the board, somewhere around the turn of the century.
Luc Embrechts, Frans Mostmans en Jean-Marie Berckmans zijn ondertussen alle drie dood.
First and foremost, let me start with a big thank you to all who read, liked, shared or commented since I started this whole thing in October. My best wishes for 2016!
I’ve read 52 books this year, and reviewed 50. Below are the 10ish best. Click on the covers for the review.