Looks like I’m just the fifth supporter of The Good News Podcast on Patreon — getting in early before the rush! I’ve been enjoying this podcast since it started, so I’m happy to toss them a few bucks a month to keep it going.
“Sen. Romney’s statement is not a profile in courage. Rather it is another example of the emptiness of the #nevertrump movement — all talk and no action.”
I’ve decided to work my way through reading all of the Best Novel Hugo Award winners over the coming year (or however long it actually takes), and will use this page to track my progress.
Book one of 2019: The Fifth Season, by N. K. Jemisin. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ #hugowinner 📚
Personal goal for this year (or, well, however long it takes): Read every Hugo Award Best Novel (including Retro Hugos). To date, I’ve read 21 of the 73 (28%), but it’s been ages for some, so I might or might not re-read those as I go along.
An automatically generated list of links that caught my eye between November 29th and January 2nd.
My resolutions for this year: • 5120 x 2880 • 1920 x 1080 • 1668 x 2224 • 1125 x 2436 • 368 x 448 (That’s my retina iMac, its secondary display, and my iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch, respectively. Yes, I make this same stupid joke every year, cause it makes me laugh.)
Happy New Year, all! I hope you all had a good and safe time last night, however you celebrated, and that the coming year is better than the last.
Every year, I set myself a goal of reading at least 52 books over the course of the year — an average of one a week. This year I made it to 60 (plus getting started on what will be my first book of 2019). Here’s a quick overview…
Book sixty of 2018: Explorers, by George Gipe. ⭐️⭐️⭐️