Lackluster linkity titles abundantly abound

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Reading Update
Typewriter: A Celebration of the Ultimate Writing Machine by Paul Robert & Peter Weil. Really interesting look at the early days of the typewriter, focusing on the amazing number of typewriter-related patents granted and the equally amazing number of typewriter companies that went bankrupt.
Soft Summer Blood (DI Liam McClusky #4) by Peter Helton. Cranky about how the book ended. And if this is how the series ends… Hmph.
Known Devil (Occult Crimes Unit Investigation #3) by Justin Gustainis. Ok paranormal thriller about a cop and his vampire partner trying to figure out what’s happening with a vampire mobster gang war.
The Eidolon by Libby McGugan. Good scifi suspense about research scientist whose project is suddenly and inexplicably shut down, right before he’s approached by a very mysterious figure with a job offer that seems too good to be true.
The Cracked Spine, Of Books and Bagpipes, A Christmas Tartan, and Lost Books and Old Bones (Scottish Bookshop Mysteries 1, 2, 2.5, & 3) by Paige Shelton. Pretty good mystery series about an American archivist who moves to Edinburgh to work in a very unusual bookstore. I’m having a bit of trouble suspending my disbelief at the amateur sleuth angle in this series and am concerned about spraining an eyeball from all the eye rolling I’ve been doing.


“I’ve been looking and looking, but I just don’t see this ‘typewriter case’ you keep mentioning, Mom. It’s a mystery, I guess.” -Mayhem

4 thoughts on “Lackluster linkity titles abundantly abound”

  1. Just in time! I have some old books that belonged to my grandparents, and I was wondering what to do with them. Maybe I can find something in those links that would work. They’re pretty small books, though.

    I was in London last week and every bathroom only had the jet hand dryers. I kept thinking about the germs blowing around. So instead I did like they do in China, where they don’t have towels OR hand dryers. People just shake/rub their hands until they’re dry. It only takes a minute.

  2. “I don’t think there’s a timid way to type on a typewriter.” Nope. Not at all. You must be forceful, or no words happen.

    Not sure I really want to go into Asimov’s Guide to Shakespeare… it’s already taking me too long to read all the plays.

    Those are some cool book bags. And I love Epbot, but I can get so easily lost down a rabbit hole there. Too many cool things to check out!
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