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Appearing Elsewhere: The Outlier Collective

And so, I’ve posted on The Outlier Collective about banned books.  Apparently.

It’s not my best work.  I may have said as much to Madame Weebles.  I used other words to convey this message.  Of course.

It’s basically me going:  Banning books is bad,  mnkay?  Don’t dooo it.  (Unless it’s The DaVinci Code.)

However.  There are a few choice lines.  Go see if you can figure out what they are.  I’ll wait.

I thought I’d share a list of reasons I could not get beyond: The DaVinci Code is teh sux.  I  didn’t actually say that.  But it is a completely valid argument.

Anyway, for last week at least, this is why I’ve lost the power of blog:

Reason, GIANT:  It’s been Wedding-Planning Central around here recently.  More on that soon.  Or is that moron?

Reason, Medium: I’ve actually been concentrating on non-blog lines and new ventures.

Reason, OK, well.  That, too:  I wrote the post in two sittings, which I’ve found is never a good idea. Stay in the seat.  Even when you don’t want to.  Write through the bullshit, people.

Reading Through the Stacks: February and March

Four to Score (novel)

Four to Score (novel) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I’ll admit, not a lot of reading has happened in the last two months.  I’ve been busy being engaged, drafting a bunch of my own words and getting older.

I read six books in January.  And seven more whole ones in February and March.

 

These are them:

 

Fante: A Family’s Legacy of Writing, Drinking and Surviving

Four to Score

Post Office

Tortilla Flat

The Snow Child

High Five

The Sense of an Ending

 

And they weren’t even very long.  Must improve.

 

What are you reading?