Category Archives: Shelfie

Shelfie 15: August 25, 2016: What Should Callie Read?

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Decisions are hard.  And Callie’s not sure what to read.  Garth Nix?  No.  Maybe Brandon Mull?

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Shelfie 14: July 5, 2016: The True Way

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We all make ourselves better, and once we’ve made ourselves better, we make the spaces we’re in better, and that’s how we make the world better.

It’s amazing to me how much Auri speaks to me–and by “Auri” I mean Patrick Rothfuss writing with the voice of an insane young woman.

Read this page.  Then read it again.

This page is from The Slow Regard of Silent Things.

Shelfie 9: January 8, 2016: Blanket Apology

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So this is going to be a summer of probably very few postings, and I’m sorry.  Thursday I broke my arm, and while I’m trying to do what I can, life’s a bit of a painkiller- and pain-induced haze right now.  In the meantime, please enjoy some shelfies, starting with this image of my cat as a kitten and an ARC that looks like it should have been a planned marketing shot (in my humble opinion) instead of a happenstance.

Shelfie 8: December 25, 2015: This Tree Is Lit

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This year no tree was built till the holiday arrived, and so this is a more modest construction and a solo effort.  It was also the first year since I started building book trees that a cat was in the house, so I had to carefully consider which ornaments to display and which to leave in the box on the top shelf of the closet in which they were safely stored.

Shelfie 7: May 29, 2015: Arrangements

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I never did decide which of these was a better image.  Please do make your cases.

Probably it’s time for another blanket apology for the reviews that are not being posted.  Life has gotten in the way.  Without going into details, several medical emergencies have arisen.  I still have a plethora of photos, and several reviews are begun, but I don’t know when life will next slow down to allow me an hour or two at home to finish those reviews.

Thanks for bearing with me, and I hope you’re enjoying the shelfies.