Yes, it's slow going reading through the Bible. I'm almost regretting reading through both versions of the book, but not because I'm being challenged, but rather I'm getting more frustrated. I'd tried to study the Bible before, at least half a dozen times. I didn't really have good questions to ask a pastor or anything … Continue reading #092–What is it that allows some people to dismiss modern facts in favor of the Bible without question?
My Copy: 9780199267170 (image from amazon.com) Well, it'll be closer to "finished by Thanksgiving," but "Year of Shakespeare" has that rhyme thing that sounds better...and if I fall behind it may well BE a year. I've had an awkward relationship with Shakespeare's works from day 1. It kinda sucks when the only way you have … Continue reading A Year of Shakespeare–Tackling the Bard’s works one at a time from “The Oxford Shakespeare: The Complete Works (2nd ed.)”, ed. by Stanley Wells & Gary Taylor
I was driving home last night and thumbed through my iPod, trying to keep myself going even though my head was splitting. And there it was. Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven." And I listened to it. I always listen to it. There's something about this song. I don't know what it is, but it's a … Continue reading #049–Why is “Stairway to Heaven” THAT song–THE rock song many can’t ignore or stop listening to?
My Copy: 9780762449378 (image from amazon.com) I finally found this book after looking at Angel/Demon mythology and trying to understand where it came from. I needed to research it because I've had story ideas burning a hole in my head, wanting me to use them. But when I found this anthology existed, I got to … Continue reading The Mammoth Book of Angels and Demons (#1 of 4), edited by Paula Guran
My copy: 9780441783588 Well, I'm not going to bother with a description of how different the book is from the 90s film (hint: a lot!). But on its own, just reading it for what it was, I found it a bit surprising and enjoyable. I haven't read Mr. Heinlein's other works yet, so I can't lend … Continue reading Starship Troopers, by Robert A. Heinlein