What could possibly be worse than adolescence? Only one thing, the end of the world.
Jason dinAlt is a professional gambler who uses his somewhat erratic psionic abilities to his advantage in the casinos. While on a gambling trip he meets a man from the planet Pyrrus who offers him a cut of a huge potential pot if he will help him win.
What an unbelievable experience it was for me to be able to attend the World Mystery Convention that was held here, in Cleveland, in October. The four-day event featured over 1500 attendees, including over 500 published mystery authors and guests of honor Les Roberts, Robin Cook, John Connolly, Elizabeth George, and Mary Higgins Clark. Among the rest of the attendees were aspiring authors, bloggers, journalists, publishers, and librarians, but mostly just, fans of the mystery/crime genre.
Who wants to hear about the “H” word?
I know, I know! but if I don’t tell you about it now, it’ll all be gone!
Set a few years before the most recent Miles Vorkosigan story (Cryoburn, 2011), this may be one of the most anticipated and long-awaited entries to Bujold’s acclaimed Vorkosigan saga. For years fans have clamored for Ivan Vorpatril’s story, and at last Bujold delivers something that will both thrill the devoted audience and entrance new readers.
Greetings Edge Readers:
I want to follow-up on our Reiki program that took place on Oct. 25. Thanks to everyone who attended and to our speaker, Linda Street, who did a wonderful job.
I've been going through the evaluations and taking note of your comments and suggestions for future programs. Those of you who indicated you're interested in seeing more on Reiki, with more in-depth coverage of the topic, will be happy to know that we will be having Linda back next year for a Reiki 102. We look forward to that. If you suggested programming on other topics, rest assured I have forwarded your suggestions to the appropriate staff members.
I think if there's one word to describe life in middle school, it is Drama. Hormones are awakening, bodies are changing, and everything is a crisis. Mountains are regularly made from molehills, unbearable angst rules the day and social lines are heavily drawn--sometimes with painful results.
Something is wrong in Spokane.
The area has been (mostly) evacuated and the military isn't letting anyone in.
The stories that leak out are unbelievable.
Well, I thought I could edit my previous post to continue discussion on "A Wrinkle in Time: the graphic novel" but sadly, such is not the case. So I'll post here instead.