I decided never to mention the flaw in my grandmother’s gift, because I didn’t want to hurt her feelings. You see, I knew that it was very naughty to write in books, and my new copy of Dinotopia had been … Continue reading
My husband and I combined Steven Brust’s Dragaera fantasy series with housework. He’d read aloud while I chopped vegetables. I’d read aloud while he washed the dishes. Dragaera was a reread for my husband and a new discovery for me. … Continue reading
Our heroine stands before a mirror, and an unfamiliar face stares back at her. Some benevolent force has corrected her flaws and given her the loveliness she dreamed of. Who is she? (potential spoilers ahead) … Continue reading
I saw a beautiful dove in the middle of a New York City street. From the sidewalk, I gasped as cars zoomed past. Would they hit the dove?