An by it, I mean I. I think I have enough apologies shelved away to last me a lifetime. But I’m back. And I’ll try to keep posting more regularly this time, I promise.
I actually have some pretty interesting ideas for where I want to take the blog next, but I’m missing one crucial ingredient. Time. Of course. I thought that now that I’m done revising and over-revising my manuscript, now that I’ve entered the querying phase, I’d have more time. But no. There’s always more to be done.
So, I guess the only thing to do is contend with the time I’ve got now, try to stretch it as best I can to fit at least a few posts a month. That’s my goal.
I don’t want to let this be a useless ramble, so here are a few books I’ve read lately and what I thought about them in once sentence.
OLDMAN’S WAR – - John Scalzi
One of the best military science fiction books I’ve read so far.
THE GHOST BRIGADES – - John Scalzi
Interesting sequel to Old Man’s War but not as good.
READY PLAYER ONE – - Ernest Cline
Every geek’s wet dream.
SHADOW OF THE SUN – - David Macinnis Gill
Interesting conclusion of the Black Hole Sun trilogy, but this was the weakest installment for me.