Monthly Archives: September 2014
Ah, the joys of computer shopping. Dealing with underpaid stockboys (from anywhere in the world), utterly indifferent management, and machines that work poorly, if at all, when you finally get them. I’ve handled all that nonsense before with larger computer retailers, so last year I decided to go with a smaller, dedicated boutique computer shop–Digital […]
I begin again with a bit of bad news: I didn’t finish chapter 69 over the weekend. I did make progress on it, though, and also, I actually got hit by a blast of inspiration and did some work on chapter 70! That’s the good news 😀 I’m not sure how wise this method of […]
http://slatestarcodex.com/2014/09/24/book-review-red-plenty/ Love this book review.
A much needed–and hilarious–corrective for people who think Russia’s some epic rising superpower. XD XD
As promised, my friends–FINALLY–allow me to present you with a rundown of my thoughts on my most recently completed long-form (the first I actually completed, really) fic–The Last Red Shoulder! Again, you can check out the whole thing here: https://www.fanfiction.net/s/8922433/1/The-Last-Red-Shoulder And, as you might be able to tell from the fact I’m calling this a […]
Originally posted on The Junto:
We talk a lot about accessibility in historical writing. Many of us worry whether the academic historical profession has much to say to a broad popular audience. It’s a pretty old form of anxiety. But what do the general public in the United States really want from their history books? A few…