Mar 7, 2011


Things have been a little bit quiet around here for which I apologize. It's just the way I work, even more so when I'm extra busy at the day job. My blogging/reading productivity tends to be coupled in an inversely proportional manner. My free time is for the most part fixed - assuming of course that I don't just stop going to work. Granted while that would lead to a large increase in the amount of free time, it would be balanced by the inability to shelve my books (also worth considering - sheltering/feeding my wife and myself).

I don't believe in dimmer switches.

I'm either I'm blogging on a regular schedule or I'm reading a lot of books. As it currently stands, I've got a metric pile of books to read (even more so than normal) by a bunch of authors that I really want to review in a timely fashion. Which means fewer blog posts - deal with it.

Currently Reading
Engines of Desire - Livia Llewellyn
Fuzzy Nation - John Scalzi
Little Fuzzy - H.R. Piper
The Quantum Thief (re-read) - Hannu Rajaniemi

On Deck
The Winds of Khalakovo - Brad Beaulieu
Up Against It - M. J. Locke
The Dragon's Path - Daniel Abraham
Leviathan Wakes - James S. A. Corey
The Unremembered - Peter Orullian

In summary, quiet blog now = better, timelier blog later.

[Oh, and the mere fact that I mention this suggests that I will be grabbed by the blogging bug and crank out consecutive posts for the next 3 weeks]


1 comment:

  1. I'm all for that!

    I dream of being able to say to myself, this week, it's reading time. Alas, I'd only go and play a video game or something. Much as the appeal of a week without feeling the need to blog... appeals, the blog is often a large factor in my reasons for reading.

    And I do like to book it. :)


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