Happy Father's Day, everyone! I spent Friday afternoon and Saturday up north and just got back early this morning. I had no computer!
Anyway, I'm going to make this brief because I'd like to get some reading done before everyone gets back and the house gets noisy. I got Paul Hoffman's The Left Hand of God and Jesse Kellerman's The Genius from the library yesterday and have already finished the Kellerman one. I'm a huge fan of his mother's Peter Decker/Rina Lazarus series but was lukewarm towards his father's Alex Delaware books. I'm happy to say that I was very pleased with The Genius. Will post about it tomorrow.
I hope you all have a great weekend!
And now for your weekly link round-up:
A Father's Day Monstrous Musings: Vampire Daddies and Wolf-y Father Figures
Mark Blankenship: True Blood Sucker Punch*
Once Just a Site With Funny Cat Pictures, Now a Web Empire
Star Trek: Tik Tok
* Thanks, Jill!
Update: So I just go to check on my Amazon profile and, lo and behold, I find this utterly stupid comment under my Fledgling review:
A different world view and prospective you can't stomach it. The shortcoming isn't in the book, it in you.Straw man/ad hominem at its finest!
I loved the book. Did you expect Ms. Butler to write from your limited world view? Why would a black woman do that.