Commonplace Post (5)

The Sudden Emergence of Inspector Spacetime Fandom @ Also see this picture (not clickable):

Does anyone else really want to see a modern adaptation of Hercule Poirot now?!

Audible Hires Major Actors to Make Audiobooks @ GalleyCat

Blogging Without Obligation @ tartx, something I’m resolved to do.

Amazon’s Kindle Price Punking @ Mike Cane’s xBlog

Smoke This Book :

A familiar if puzzling sight to flea market devotees, ad-stuffed paperbacks from the 1960s and ’70s now have a paper trail hidden among more than 40 million pages of internal tobacco industry documents archived online in the University of California, San Francisco’s Legacy Tobacco Documents Library ( Read the memorandums and you’ll want a shower afterward — or perhaps a cigarette.

Monthly Review (September 2011)

Woman reading

Thinking Back

Ugh, is it really October already? Where did the year go? It still feels like it should be summer or something.

September was a really fun month for me, though. I loved participating in Book Blogger Appreciation Week. I did basically everything I said I wanted to do in September, plus more. There were a few bumps along the road, sure, but I have a good feeling about October and all the things I’m planning to do for the rest of the year. If I can keep from getting completely burnt out on stuff, I should be fine. And then…