- Linkity from Smart Bitches. And more.
- Cover snark from Smart Bitches.
- LOLOLOLOL. I am sure Netflix is very surprised to be receiving petitions about an Amazon Prime show. 😀
- And Good Omens is on the NY Times bestseller list for the first time ever.
- “10 details you might miss in Good Omens if you haven’t read the book“.
- What if AJ Crowley and Harry Potter were to bump into each other?
- Yay for Michael Sheen defending the fanfic community.
Think, Do, Make, Learn
- About time.
- That climate change visualization with the “warming stripes” can now be customized to your location.
- 31 zucchini recipes.
- 10 cold noodle bowls.
- 10-minute chopped Thai satay salad.
- 5-ingredient Thai peanut beef. (via The Kitchn)
- Chicken enchilada pasta. (via The Kitchn)
- Earthquake cake.
Cool or Wha…?
- Millennials. (Hover cursor/long-press for caption.) (Due to folding Gen-Z into Millenials, things get a little weird.)
Equal Rites (Discworld #3)Â by Terry Pratchett. Whoa, Granny Weatherwax changes a LOT between this one and the next Witches book. Glad Nanny Ogg was added for the next Witches book, too. And what the heck happens to Esk, anyway?! I think she maybe gets mentioned in a Tiffany Aching book, but…
Witches Abroad (Discworld #12)Â by Terry Pratchett. Ah, yes, this was a proper Witches book! 🙂
Thief of Time (Discworld #26) by Terry Pratchett. The Monks of Time, plus Susan and Death and Death of Rats!
Eric (Discworld #9), Lords and Ladies (Discworld #14), Moving Pictures (Discworld #10) and Unseen Academicals (Discworld #37) by Terry Pratchett. None of these were very memorable, but they were enjoyable. Well. Other than Eric. That was not very good at all.
Theatre of Cruelty (Discworld #14.5) by Terry Pratchett. Online freebie. VERY SHORT.
Monstrous Regiment (Discworld #31) by Terry Pratchett. Loved this one, and not just because Commander Sam Vimes and the City Watch were lurking about backstage throughout.
Guards! Guards! (Discworld #8) and Men at Arms (Discworld #15) by Terry Pratchett. I read all of the other City Watch books before Guards! Guards!, the first City Watch book. :shrugs: It was great to see how things got to be how they were in later books! And then I had to reread Men at Arms immediately.
Mort (Discworld #4) by Terry Pratchett. Since I read the later Death books before this one, I knew the gist of this story, but I felt more sympathetic to Mort than I expected I would.
A Blink of the Screen: Collected Shorter Fiction by Terry Pratchett. I just read the Discworld stories…
Alice Payne Arrives by Kate Heartfield. Very good book about a war being fought via time travel as two rival factions seek to wipe each other out by changing history. I would’ve liked a tidier ending, but at least there’s another book…
Under Attack, Under Suspicion, Under the Gun, and Under a Spell (Underworld Detective Agency 2-5) by Hannah Jayne. Really not sure why I kept reading these…
“Oh, YOU again.” -Mayhem