Can someone explainify this to me? I know the basics, you know that you’re supposed to hit the balls and that a six is a good thing. But the rest of it, wooooosh, straight over my head. Random fact; before the arrival of the GAA and the Land League campaign cricket was hugely popular in (Read More)
Carl is running another challenge, and this time I’m going to join in. And I think I’m going to do Quest 3: Read at least one book from each of the four genres of story, and finish up the challenge with a June reading of Shakespeareâ€™s A Midsummer Nightâ€™s Dream. And the categories are: Mythology, (Read More)
This was an impulse purchase, I’ve read one or two others by Tepper and although I enjoyed them I do think that she has a tendency to be a little preachy in her books. However if the story is good enough I’m willing to overlook that, and I’d have to say that I really enjoyed this novel. Set at some point far in the future when humankind has colonised many different worlds, the majority of this book takes place on the planet Grass, among the insular bon as the aristocrats are called.
It is Friday today. Aren’t you glad? First of all, especially for the In Fact, Ah peoples we bring you Dinosaurs and their Biscuits. How cool is that? And second of all, via Jayne’s World comes this vidjo and song, all about why new BSG is better than old BSG
Thirteen Things Fictional Characters I Love in no particular order, and I know I’ve left out loads. So think of this as a random selection out of all the ones I love. Obviously The Man They Call Jayne. C’mon, you all knew that was coming, right? After all, who doesn’t love a mercenary-type who’d turn (Read More)