Weekly Journal February 21-27

Another week gone by and I don’t have very much to tell for it. It has mostly been a week of contemplation but I have finished two audio books The Gunslinger and The Drawing of the Three and I might finish The Waste Lands later tonight. Stephen King really is a master of his craft, I just finished listening to the chilling part where Jake is almost eaten by the house thing. I could see the TV series scene in vivid reality. I can’t wait until they air it.

I had some fun on Friday discussing science fiction and fantasy with my fellow druids. I got some new prospects.

Next week is the turn of the month with the appropriate posts but I am preparing a new piece on my top military science fiction series for the weekend.

Monthly Posts

New SFF Books in March

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New SFF Books in February

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Read this week

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  1. The Drawing of the Three (The Dark Tower book 2) by Stephen King (Penguin Audio  2007, 1st 1987)
  2. The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower book 1) by Stephen King (Penguin Audio 2003, 1st 1982)

Please see my to be read list and request reviews

New Reviews of Earlier Reads

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  1. In Fire Forged (Worlds of Honor 5) Edited by David Weber stories by David Weber, Jane Lindskold, Timothy Zahn, Andy Presby (Baen 2011)
  2. Mockinjay (The Hunger Games book 3) by Suzanne Collins (Scholastic 2010)

Please see my list of books pending review and request reviews

Arrived Books

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Bought by me

  1. Wizard and Glass (The Dark Tower book 4) by Stephen King (Penguin Audio 2003, 1st 1997)
  2. The Waste Lands (The Dark Tower book 3) by Stephen King (Penguin Audio 2003, 1st 1991)
  3. The Drawing of the Three (The Dark Tower book 2) by Stephen King (Penguin Audio 2003, 1st 1987)
  4. Home Fire by Gene Wolfe (Tor 2011)
  5. The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower book 1) by Stephen King (Penguin Audio 2003, 1st 1982)