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photo 2016-02-18 22:16
Good Day

So this week started out rough for me and went steadily downhill as the week progressed. But finally, it's over and I had a perfect day. After work, I went out with my co-worker and we read more of American Gods by Neil Gaiman. We got all the way through chapter 5 and we're competing to see who can use the quote, "slick as a snake in a barrel of butter," naturally in a conversation first. I think he might win. I got home and my dad said he wanted to check out this store, 2nd Charles, and asked me to tag along. This store is amazing, I wish I had learned about it sooner, their book section is huge. I had two glorious hours of uninterrupted bliss before we left. I'll have to remember to bring my reusable book bag next time. We went out for lunch after, then stopped for smoothies, then pretzels (high doses of prednisone make me ravenous), and my dad's favorite bike shop. With me working third shift I don't get many chances to spend time with my family anymore, so this was a perfect end to my work week.

 

Book Haul:

 

The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest by Stieg Larsson (I was so excited to have found these in hardback for a very reasonable price, that I didn't even notice they had the deckled pages until I got home. I love deckled pages.)

 

The Path of Daggers, Winter's Heart, Knife of Dreams by Robert Jordan

 

Sins of the Father, Wolf to the Slaughter, Speaker of Mandarin, Death Notes by Ruth Rendell

 

White Fang by Jack London (I've been looking for a new copy of this book for years, my current copy is held together by scotch tape, but wasn't able to find the exact edition I owned until today.)

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photo 2014-04-29 23:19
Ultra subversives love a bit of green.  So why not stick it to the man (in publishing) by supporting my anti-hero, true life novel.  
 
Coming from the backstreets to lower end of the sex trade and beyond.  Paulyanna International Rent-boy is a unique road-trip with a rough edge.  
 
It is also on SALE.   
 
(note: Although it can be found on Amazon it is presently cheaper on Smashwords)  
 
 
 
Truth is often better than fiction, so read more biographies and read these reviews:  http://powerpuffgeezer.webs.com/book-reviews
 
 
Thank you, PDL. 
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photo 2013-11-13 09:23

My new nephew came home!

 

He doesn't have a name yet but my sister is considering "Constantine" (diminutive form: "Kostya").

 

There is is a site called baby.ru which gives a horoscope-like prediction for baby names. My sister believes it but I think it's all a bunch of baloney.  It's still fun to consider so here is what it says for "Константин":

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