Monthly Archive: February 2013

Feb 27

Neil Gaiman and the Calendar of Tales (with Added Bonus)

Neil Gaiman is easily one of my favorite authors. ¬†All his works are topnotch, whether it be novels, children’s books, graphic novels, blog ramblings, or (I assume) to-do/shopping lists. He is also a pitch-perfect (haha see what I did there) reader of his own work, so his audiobooks, a format I don’t often like, are …

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Feb 25

Words Missing from the English Language

According to the OED, there are more than 170,000 English words in current usage. I freely admit that I do not know all of them; regardless, I think there are still words missing from the English language. Is any other tongue better at this kind of thing? I think maybe German is. I love English; …

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Feb 22

Stephen King's The Stand: The PayDay Controversy

In Stephen King’s The Stand, his vision of the end of the world as we know it and one of my favorite books EVER (“Imma let you finish, but Stephen King had one of the best books of all time. OF ALL TIME!” Sorry. Things pop into my head and I feel like I need …

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