Health Update – Still having problems. Things are getting a little better generally, but my sight is not, so far. Hopefully a few more weeks will see some improvement.
Not ordering so much these days, but I had to have this one, as I have the rest of this fine set from NESFA.
A Bicycle Built for Brew – The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 6 edited by Rick Katze [NESFA Press 2014 hardcover, purchased new] – science fiction short works. This collection contains five short novels and three novellas, a length Anderson is very good at.
- A Bicycle Built for Brew
- Three Hearts and Three Lions (original magazine version)
- Silent Victory
- A Plague of Masters (Dominic Flandry),
- The Snows of Ganymede
- “Territory” (Nicholas van Rijn)
- “Three Cornered Wheel” (David Falkyn)
- “The Sensitive Man”
I’m not reading. I have listened to some of The Complete Sherlock Holmes audiobook – A Study in Scarlet, The Sign of the Four, and a few of the short stories. It’s well done. I’ve also listened to about half of Changer of Worlds by David Weber. My old headphones were about worn out after many years, so I bought new ones, AudioTechna MTH M50. They are the over the ear type and quite comfortable.
Barbara read Norwegian By Night by Derek Miller, The Burning Wire by Jeffery Deaver, The Last Policeman and Countdown City both by Ben H. Winters and Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger, which she liked very much.
What new books did you get, and what have you been reading?