A Dance with Dragons (A Song of Ice & Fire #5), by George R. R. Martin

My Copy: 9780553582017 (image from bn.com) I can't believe it took me over two months to finish this book. I actually read the last two hundred pages last night because I was so eager to get through them and I couldn't sleep, so why not? The action increased its pace nicely with some quiet moments … Continue reading A Dance with Dragons (A Song of Ice & Fire #5), by George R. R. Martin

Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror, by Steve Alten

My Copy: 055357910x (image from fab lexile)** Those who loved the book Jaws probably hate the success of this book (at least, that's what some Goodreads reviewers seem to think when the word "Jaws" is written). I wrote my own review of Jaws (the book) a year ago--feel free to read it right here. Anyhoo-- Meg is … Continue reading Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror, by Steve Alten

Confessions of a Murder Suspect, by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro

My Copy: 9780316207003 (image from pinterest) I wasn't sure if this was a book I'd keep reading or put down. When I had nothing better to do, I started reading it again, and just kept going til I finished it. It's been probably 16 hours since I started it, and I was impressed. Confessions of … Continue reading Confessions of a Murder Suspect, by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro

#023–How are we supposed to realistically protect ourselves & our identities online?

I guess this weekend's events are still taking up space in my noggin (see yesterday's post), because I know I had other questions I could've asked today. But damn it--with our everyday lives being forced online, how the hell are we realistically supposed to be protected and protect ourselves? Now, some might be of the … Continue reading #023–How are we supposed to realistically protect ourselves & our identities online?