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The Viking Bunny: Beyond The Written Horizon

Explorations in thought and the realm of the written word.

Currently reading

21st Century Dead: A Zombie Anthology
Simon R. Green, Orson Scott Card, Christopher Golden, Mark Morris, Jonathan Maberry, Dan Chaon, Cody Goodfellow, Thomas E. Sniegoski, Amber Benson, Daniel H. Wilson, Chelsea Cain, Brian Keene, John Skipp, Ken Bruen, Duane Swierczynski, John McIlveen, Caitlin Kittredge, S.
Then They Came For Me
Maziar Bahari
The Secret History of Wonder Woman
Jill Lepore
The Activist's Handbook: Winning Social Change in the 21st Century
Randy Shaw
Pugetopolis: A Mossback Takes on Growth Addicts, Weather Wimps, and the Myth of Seattle Nice
Knute Berger, Timothy Egan
Grant Morrison
Progress: 57/473 pages


Just a Geek - Wil Wheaton

Raw, honest, and completely relatable - this is definitely one of my favourite books I've read this year!


You can visit Wil's bandcamp page and purchase a copy of him narrating this book, with extra asides and anecdotes not included in the written version.

Love me some Whedon!

Reblogged from Lornographic Material:


Yup, yup.

The BEST nerd coffee table book EVAR

Super Graphic: A Visual Guide to the Comic Book Universe - Tim Leong

When I finally get a flat with a coffee table, this is going on it!


 "Why would you not want to build infographics about comic books?!"  Tim Leong (Author and Illustrator) in an interview with LifeHacker in July 2013.


I checked this book out from the library, thinking that I'd enjoy the graphics but likely have to diligently trudge through a mass of script as well. I was totally off the mark! Not only did I not have to trudge through any of the contents, but I occasionally had to pull deals with myself to put the book down after the next picture and go to sleep!


Super Graphic is OH. SO. PRETTY. as well as informative, quirky, and unique - ironically the same things I look for in my comic books, graphic novels, and..well..pretty much everything. At only 196 pages and sizing in at 9.4 x 7.4 x 0.6 inches (23.88 x 18.8 x 1.5 centimeters), this paper back might seem a little on the dinky side for a standard coffee table book (which usually come hardbound, three times as thick, and weighing in at a couple of pounds minimum). Don't let that fool you - this book was made to be looked at. Besides, since when did underestimating a superhero by it's size and appearance ever work?





Reblogged from Realms of an Open Mind:

Love. It.

Down, goes the Madness Underneath

The Madness Underneath  - Maureen Johnson

This book was OK....but I don't think I'll be reading the next one to follow. I've given it a 3/5 because it was simply OK. It wasn't horrendous, but I did not enjoy reading it as much as the first instalment.



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