Monthly Archives: July 2009

[review] Scarborough's Last Best Hope

The Last Best Hope: Restoring Conservatism and America’s Promise By Joe Scarborough; Read by Joe Scarborough Unabridged, Random House Audio The presidential campaign last year caught my interest in a big way. I know it had that effect on a … Continue reading

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Two Reviews

A couple of my reviews posted today on other blogs: Rocket Men by Craig Nelson, read by Richard McGonagle. A non-fiction account of the folks who brought us Apollo 11. This posted at Susan Dunman’s AudiobookDJ blog – thanks Susan! … Continue reading

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Kindles

I was thinking about buying a Kindle, weighing pros and cons… the NY Times just printed an item for the con column, which is major enough to quash my interest altogether. Seems that when you buy a Kindle eBook, you … Continue reading

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Yusuf Islam – Father and Son

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Past Short Fiction Hugo Winners

Over at The Fix: Short Fiction Review, I’ve been writing a column called Rocket Science in which I’ve been working my way through the short fiction Hugo Award winners since the beginning of time. Which was… 1955. I’ve reached the … Continue reading

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