Eeeek! I'm falling behind! March is already halfway through and I'm still languishing here as if I've not got through the second week yet! I mean, this time last year, I'd bored you with yet another set of photographs from drifting around the North Norfolk countryside, with a further batch
Nothing except for a short list of books that I've read since the last book update.
Yeah, and you're behind on them too, as you didn't publish a book post in February!
Because he hadn't finished enough to warrant a post. Lazy sod.Hey! I've been busy with other things.
How dare you! That orb and gown were veritable masterpieces! Plus, they were very well received.
Ha! How much did you have to pay the reviewers?
Right. That's enough from you. Why don't you two go and plan our next jaunt over the Cusp?
And, preferably get lost there!That'd be nice... Anyway: Books. After all the excitement of looking at other peoples bookcases, actually reading the books has been a bit of a slog (except for the always delightful Trillions). Here's what I've read since January:
6. Headlong Flight (Star Trek: The Next Generation), by Dayton Ward
7. Trillions, by Nicholas Fisk
8. The Deep Range, by Arthur C. Clarke
9. A Fall of Moondust, by Arthur C. Clarke
10. The Long Mirage (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), by David R. George III
That's it for now. I'm going out for a walk while the sun's out. Then I might make a start on this month's Star Trek Art Challenge. Maybe...
See you later!
|A boat I saw last weekend.|
Posted here for no reason other than there's nowhere else for it to go.