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Sunny and cool, but warmer than forecast. Currently, it's 62˚F. And the world is once again on Me Time.

Work went well on "Objects in the Mirror" yesterday.

But I haven't much else to say.

On this day one year ago Kathryn and I drove from Neil's cabin in Woodstock to Albany, and we spent the day in the rambling chaos of the New York State Museum. Then all this time flashed by, and here I am.

And so it goes.

Aunt Beast


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Marc D. Goldfinger
Mar. 13th, 2016 06:47 pm (UTC)
It is a nice day to read.
I'm reading The Fireman by Joe Hill to do a review for Spare Change News. It'll be in the April 1st issue of the paper if I have anything to do with it.

It's a great book. Maybe his best yet. I'm halfway through it. I couldn't believe they were selling ARC's of it for $300 on Ebay. One nice woman sold two copies for only $15; she was the first and I missed them but because I'm a reviewer for the newspaper I get them from the company.

It's a nice day to read The Fireman. "Ashes, ashes, we all fall down." What was the name of that song?

Joe writes tighter than his dad except maybe for The Stand and The Dark Tower series. Up till'' now my favorite book by Joe, besides Locke & Key, which is a graphic novel, not a book, was The Heart Shaped Box. But The Fireman---no, no spoilers in my Reviews.
Enjoy the day.
Mar. 13th, 2016 08:47 pm (UTC)
Re: It is a nice day to read.
I love Joe Hill, but if there's a tighter novel out there than CUJO, I've yet to read it.
Marc D. Goldfinger
Mar. 13th, 2016 08:53 pm (UTC)
Re: It is a nice day to read.
Okay. Cujo. It's been a long time and many books later, I could mis-remember. I read Cujo; loved it--a long long time ago. I wish I had every book that I've read but then I'd have to live outdoors because there would be no room in the house for me.
A 70 year old book worm doesn't remember every book, in the fullest sense.
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