Saturday Miscellany—9/14/19

Odds ‘n ends over the week about books and reading that caught my eye. You’ve probably seen some/most/all of them, but just in case:

* Which I heartily endorse and enjoy.

    A Book-ish Related Podcast Episode you might want to give a listen to:

  • Drinks with Tony: Robert Crais – #49—On Facebook, Crais said: ” This is one of my favorite podcast interviews, gang. I think you’ll agree.” I do agree—not just regarding interviews with Crais, either.

    This Week’s New Releases I’m Excited About and/or You’ll Probably See Here Soon:

  • The Bitterst Pill by Reed Farrel Coleman—Coleman’s (sniff)last (sniff)Jesse Stone (sniff)novel (not the last in the series, I should stress). Opiods in Paradise—a strong one to go out on. Now I live in fear about the state of the series. Here’s what I said about the book.
  • An Orc on the Wild Side by Tom Holt—I need to make room for this on my schedule. In the meantime, here’s what Paul’s Picks had to say.


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3 thoughts on “Saturday Miscellany—9/14/19

  1. Oh lordy, another “Amazon is evil and is secretly ruling the world post”. And yes, I did read the article. Full of hyperbole, fear mongering and a complete lack of how business actually works. The writer talks about their business experience, but the words and ideas coming out of his mouth shows he either learned nothing from it OR he’s a communist.
    Truth is relative? No wonder fantasy is being taken over by the the sjw’s and ruined.
    After those complaints, I have to say I fully agree with you about stickers on books. And used books are the worst for that 😦

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