Rules: In a text post, list ten books that have stayed with you in some way. Don’t take but a few minutes, and don’t think too hard — they don’t have to be the “right” or “great” works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag [ten] friends, including me, so I’ll see your list. Make sure you let your friends know you’ve tagged them.
I was tagged by demoiselledefortune
- Wizard of the Grove – Tanya Huff
- Children of the Mind – Orson Scott Card
- A Ring of Endless Light – Madeline L’Engle
- American Gods – Neil Gaiman
- Red Unicorn – Tanith Lee
- Tajore Arkle – Jackie French
- Bloodtide – Melvin Burgess
- Snakes and Earrings – Hitomi Kanehara (in a horrified way)
- Eleven – Patricia Highsmith
- Andra – Louise Lawrence
(Too self-conscious to tag people!)
At some point we stopped thinking of the future as Utopia and began thinking of it as apocalytpic.
Humanities and Political Science, Carleton University.
"The Evolution of Public Thought from Utopia to Distopia, and the Effect on Public Policy"
I’m realizing I follow comics I don’t read in the same way that some people keep up with celebrities
"Oh, I hear Wolverine’s dead again. Wonder how long that will last."
"So…Nightwing’s a secret agent?"
"Looks like Guy Gardner has a beard now. I don’t like it."
It works when you’re catching up on old comics too. ‘OMG, Constantine’s getting MARRIED??!!’
Game of Thrones season five new cast members
The lack of Arianne is a problem, but then Alexander Siddig has been my Doran Martell dreamcast since literally day one, so that part’s pretty exciting.
Keisha Castle-Hughes is going to be in Game of Thrones?? Exciting!
Avengers: Age of Ultron concept posters ft. Black Widow and Cap
I foresee a future of complicated robot feelings.