Comments: 32
Hello BT! :) *waves*
BrokenTune 11 months ago
*waves back* Hello. :D
Wanda's Book Reviews 11 months ago
Nice to see you here!!
BrokenTune 11 months ago
*waves* Hi Wanda.
Char's Horror Corner 11 months ago
Hi, BT!! I love seeing your shelves and stacks!
And thank you for the shout out! I'm so pleased to have turned someone on to Michael McDowell. :)
BrokenTune 11 months ago
Hi Char! *waves* Of course I had to mention you and McDowell when that question came up. I still can't believe that I will now actually consider "horror" novels.
Obsidian Blue 11 months ago
BT good interview!
BrokenTune 11 months ago
Thanks, OB! :)
Murder by Death 11 months ago
BT!! **waves** You shocked me and then made me laugh out loud on the desert island question: shocked when I say Ayn Rand (b/c you've never mentioned her books) and then LOL when I saw why.

(Am I the only one that would totally cheat and choose 'complete works' omnibuses for a desert island?)

I never liked Heidi either. :D
BrokenTune 11 months ago
MbD! Hello! *returns wave action* You know what, I thought about complete works compilations, but Ayn Rand's book have the added benefit that if they are as bad as I hear they are, then I would have no qualms to rip out pages and use them for other things that may be useful on a desert island. Ever so pragmatic, I know. ;)
MUCH better thinking than taking a survival guide! :D
BrokenTune 11 months ago
I know, right? And Rand's books tend to be 1000+ pages to Grylls' 300 something. It's such an easy choice.
Hah. :)
Murder by Death 11 months ago
Fire starter!! (Or less prosaic uses, like, um, loo paper.) And from what little I've ever heard about Ayn Rand herself, she'd probably even approve.
Jennifer's Books 11 months ago
*waves* Hey BT!! :D Great interview and I love the shelfies!
BrokenTune 11 months ago
*waves back* Hi Jennifer. Thanks. I have another set of shelves but they are in a state of ... erm ... I'm going to call it "disarray". So, didn't manage to take pictures of them.
Midu Reads 11 months ago
Hey stranger! :D
BrokenTune 11 months ago
Hey Midu! *waves*
Elentarri's Book Blog 11 months ago
Hi. Do you play the violin (?) or is it just decoration?
BrokenTune 11 months ago
LoL. It's a ukulele, but I fiddle with it. I can't play any instrument in any way properly enough to call it "play" (and I certainly can't remember songs etc.) but I find it soothing to add some chords together - either on the uke or the guitar...
Lillelara 11 months ago
Hi, BT! Nice to meet you :D. And you are right, Michael McDowells books are awesome.
BrokenTune 11 months ago
One of the best finds ever. Have you read the Blackwater book, yet? I have it, but haven't started it yet.
WhiskeyintheJar Romance 11 months ago
Books, artwork, records, and an ukulele! Love :) Great shelves and enjoyed getting to know you a little better
BrokenTune 11 months ago
There is some gin there to round things off, too. ;)
Rane Aria 11 months ago
Great Review BT!
Great thinking on the desert island, a nice brick of a book to keep one company. I go for War and Peace -nice combo of a book, chair, bed/pillow...
BrokenTune 11 months ago
True! But could you bring yourself to rip out pages to use to start a fire? :)
My Never Ending List 11 months ago
Hi! Nice to meet you. I really liked this: " Reading is important to me because I love exploring – whether it is new places, new ideas, cultures, different times, ... whatever the topic I will find something that catches my interest. Books are a fabulous way to explore the world within and around us. This is so true and you said it perfectly.
BrokenTune 11 months ago
Hello. :D Thanks. There just are so many things to discover and adventures to have - and all from the comfort of your favourite reading spot.
Rachel's books 11 months ago
Nice shelves!
BrokenTune 10 months ago
Thank you. :D
Carissa Green Reads 10 months ago
Great Feature!
BrokenTune 10 months ago