Almost six months old and already consuming books!
On page 86 of An Unnecessary Woman. It’s so deliberate. Slow. A long conversation sitting in someone’s apartment. A love letter to literature. A remembrance
There are moments when I’m secretly happy to hear my daughter cry. It means she’s awake. It means I need to rock her to sleep,
It’s hard to come up with the words. Or, maybe, it’s easy to become lost in thought. This picture was taken ten days ago and yet it seems like she’s changed so much. Bigger. Able to sit up. Rolling over and scooting backwards.
Don’t read Lexicon. Instead check out the comic book, Preacher, and the novel, Snow Crash.
Lexicon by Max Barry is a plot-dependent novel based on the idea that there are hidden words which let some people manipulate other people.
Learn how the Orlando Public Library uses iBeacon to communicate with patron’s mobile devices in “The Internet of Things Plan to Make Libraries and Museums
If you think the post-apocalyptic novel is a tired medium, then you haven’t read Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel.