Me and Benjamin...

"For the love of God, turn the page. You are like the slowest reader ever." Kitten cat and little cherub book yard garden orniment statue :)

'It's So Incredibly Tulsa': Bill Hader's Book Picks.   I would not have guessed Bill Hader is a big sci-fi and horror fan, but I'm glad.

'It's So Incredibly Tulsa': Bill Hader's Book Picks. I would not have guessed Bill Hader is a big sci-fi and horror fan, but I'm glad.

The Lies of Locke Lamora - Scott Lynch

The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch. First in the Gentlemen Bastards series. It's sort of like Oliver mixed with Ocean's Eleven.

My favorite Neils! (Well, tow Neils, and a Neal). If only I had a books/space board.

Neil Gaiman's Journal: Neal Stephenson, Neil Armstrong and Neil Gaiman. And I'm also a Neil. Anyway, RIP Neil Armstrong.

Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett in 1991. Pretty cool guys right?

From Locus in 1991 on tour, Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman talk about how Good Omens was written. Hilarious, and wonderful that their friendship stretches so far back.

Grown-Up Anger (2017) by Daniel Wolff,a dual biography of , Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie

Grown-Up Anger: The Connected Mysteries of Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie, and the Calumet Massacre of 1913 by Daniel Wolff

Fearlessness, and possibly foolishness, compelled Kenton Grua and a small crew to launch a refurbished dory, a flat-bottomed fishing boat, named Emerald Mile into the Colorado River "on the crest of [a] flood tide" late one night in the summer of 1983. Grua used the swollen river "as a kind of hydraulic slingshot" to pitch them as fast as possible from Lee's Ferry on one end of the canyon, to the Grand Wash Cliffs on the other.

The Emerald Mile : The Epic Story of the Fastest Ride in History Through the Heart of the Grand Canyon by Kevin Fedarko

Dispatches by Michael Herr.

Dispatches by Michael Herr. Not a war memoir by a serviceman, but still probably one of the most influential contemporary war memoirs written. We're all trying to do what Herr did so well.

This is the result of ten years of travel, research, and interviews, combined with history and presented as a composite account of one person rafting the 700-mile river from Yellowstone Park to North Dakota. Skillfully blending his experience and observations with those of earlier travelers, such as Lewis and Clark, Krakel shows us the people, wildlife, and clashes of cultures in the river's basin.

This is the result of ten years of travel, research, and interviews, combined with history and presented as a composite account of one person rafting the 700-mile river from Yellowstone Park to North Dakota. Skillfully blending his experience and observations with those of earlier travelers, such as Lewis and Clark, Krakel shows us the people, wildlife, and clashes of cultures in the river's basin.

The Childhood of Jesus / J.M. Coetzee  I am so excited for this to come out. September 3rd!

THE CHILDHOOD OF JESUS by J.Nobel laureate and two-time Booker Prize winner J. Coetzee returns with a haunting and surprising novel about childhood and destiny that is sure to rank with his classic novels.

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