Kurt Vonnegut died yesterday. I only read his short stories. UPDATE: Nearly every paper on the planet has published an article about Kurt Vonnegut in the past 24 hours. Here’s one from the Globe and Mail.
Writing allows mediocre people who are patient and industrious to revise their stupidity, to edit themselves into intelligence. —Kurt Vonnegut
…are: Where The Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein (10/10) — A collection of illustrated poems for kids I discovered one night while looking for a bedtime book to read to my niece. (I ordered it for myself the next morning.) Continue reading The last few books I read…
I never think to create a draft post and write a few sentences about the latest book I’ve read, which is probably what J-Walk does. My last Books I’ve Read Recently post was in June, 2007, yet I read at Continue reading Books I’ve Read Recently
Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore is a witty, thought-provoking, irreverent, hilarious novel about Biff, the fella the Bible forgot to include. He writes about adventures he and his best buddy (who happens to Continue reading Jesus Was Once A Teenager Too