Monthly Archives: June 2018

Review of “The Turn” by Kim Harrison or “How to Eat a Tomato and Die.”

Kim and me, we are/were buds. No, not in real life kind of way. Entirely in the “author and rabid fan” kinda way. Her being the author and me being the rabid fan. Her writing is ordinarily fun and exciting with great characters and plot twists, and it isn’t Shakespeare. But, it doesn’t have to be, nor is it ever …

What am I doing this week to amuse myself? Jam, pickles, and a cubic Crap-ton of apricots

Y This is my first installment of, “What am I doing this week to amuse myself?” Or as I like to call it, WAIDTWTAM. It’s a working title. Don’t judge. The last few weeks I have been learning all I can about the semi-forgotten art of canning. Living in the pacific northwest, I have access to a lot of beautiful …

Review of “This Is a Taco!” by Andrew Cangelose, Josh Shipley (Artist)

Thanks to Netgalley for making this book available for an honest review! Mmmmm. Tacos. Even the word by itself makes me drool a little. Who doesn’t like tacos, crazy people that’s who!? I can tell you who loves tacos and it is the squirrel.   I think this just might be my favorite children’s book ever. I say children’s, but …

Review of “Inhuman” (Inhuman (Collected Editions) #1-3) by Charles Soule, Joe Madureira, Ryan Stegman, Pepe Larraz, Andre Araujo

Soule, Charles, et al. Inhuman. Marvel Worldwide, 2016. Content advisory: scattered F-bombs, some violence, and innuendo. (if you are a long time reader of this blog, you should be used to that.) Let us start off by saying that we all agree that at one time there existed a tv I looked for a great quote from the story that would …