I'm pretty sure I owe somebody two trees.
In other news, I gave blogging a year and found I could not keep the pace. The blog nags to be written in, sucking energy away from other projects. So, I apologize to all... four people who've told me they read the blog, but
This is an Archive, now.
Reading: Wee Free Men, by Terry Pratchett. I enjoyed this, although I found myself not wanting to. It didn't seem like a Discworld book: the Chalk has so little magic and so few peoples, The Quin seemed like a more cerebral character than she did in Lords and Ladies, and I don't remember Granny Weatherwax using as much magic in any one book as she did in the last chapter of Wee Free Men. Ultimately, just like Tiffany, because Tiffany is a young Granny Weatherwax, and Granny Weatherwax is the other Pratchett character I really identify with.
Age of Bronze 2: Sacrifice, by Eric Shanower: I think Mr. Shanower does a fine job of translating Greek soap operas into modern dramas. I especially like how he makes the characters interesting, if not sympathetic, despite their atrocious ethics. This series continues to be a really fine read.