Perfume of the Day: Top Quark by ZOMG Smells!
It's almost funny. I have had the most memorable and busy winter that I can remember and I haven't written anything about it. I'll try to get caught up with everything eventually, but this is just a 'Books I've read and events I've been to since my last review' list so I don't forget anything!
Arisia (January 13th-17th)
Boskone (February 17th-20th)
Pax East (March 10th-13th)
The 3rd Conference on Middle Earth. (March 25th-27th)
(The dates begin with my first night at the hotel.)
First I slowly reread the Lyonesse series. The first time I have ever immediately reread anything. I simply wasn't ready to part with it!
Agatha Hetrodyne and the Airship City, by Phil and Kaja Foglio (Also the whole Agatha Hetrodyne online comic.)
The Sherlockian, by Graham Moore
The Visitants (Partial) short story collection.
The Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris:
-Dead Until Dark
-Living Dead in Dallas
-Dead to the World
-Dead as a Doornail
-All Together Dead
-From Dead to Worse
-Dead and Gone
-Dead in the Family
-A Touch of Dead, short story collection
The Complete Sherlock Holmes, by Arthur Conan Doyle
All 56 short stories plus
-A Study In Scarlet
-The Sign of Four
-The Hound of the Baskervilles
-The Valley of Fear
One of our Thursdays is Missing, Jasper Fforde
The Last Unicorn, by Peter S Beagle
Plus the 'Last Unicorn' short stories:
-The Woman Who Married the Man in the Moon
Concerts, plays, etc...
This is harder! I hope I don't forget anything, but I probably will...
Cinematic Titanic, January 29th
Ed Gerhard at Roaring Brook, Canton, CT, February 12th
Ed Gerhard at the Seacoast Repertory Theatre, February 13th
Alice in Wonderland and Celebrating the Classics, February 16th
Iphigenie en Tauride (The Met: Live in HD series), February 28th
Green Traditions Concert, March 5th
Dervish, March 16th
Benise: The Spanish Guitar, March 17th
Celtic Crossroads, March 20th
Cirque Mechanics: Boom Town, March 24th
I think that is about it!