This story probably isn't meant to be an allegory to the current state of attitudes towards minorities, but once you start reading it, you can't help but notice the parallels to modern society. The topic at hand draws inspiration from various sources - from the discrimination against people of the LGBT community (in particular against … Continue reading Spliced

Greenglass House and Ghosts of Greenglass House

I'm giving you a twofer. I got myself a copy of Ghosts of Greenglass House, and when I saw that it was a sequel, I carved out some time to read them in order. It works out great. You can read Greenglass House now and in a couple of weeks get the sequel without that … Continue reading Greenglass House and Ghosts of Greenglass House

My Brigadista Year

I enjoyed going to ALA so much this year. For one thing, it was close to home. For another, a whole weekend full of like minded book folk is like waking up in a book dystopia. Everywhere people were talking about books; it was heavenly. Despite the hours of waiting in long lines, I came … Continue reading My Brigadista Year