What I read this month

ReadThe Dragon Egg Princess – Ellen OhThe Imaginary – A.F. Harrold Started and stoppedEarthsea: A Wizard of Earthsea – Ursula K. Le. GuinThe L...

What I’m reading

I first mentioned Jaron Lanier about six weeks ago, mid-way through my self-imposed month-long social media fast/cleanse. Ten Arguments is his most recent book....

What I read this month

I read a couple of new books in October and got a few more finished up before starting a new one that I think has been sitting and waiting its turn for quite a ...

What I read this month

With a wife who’s a teacher and a grade-school kid, it was a little crazy in the ol’ Jespersen household this month, so I didn’t get as much r...

Read this book

Open Borders is a bold case for opening all borders to immigration, told in a graphic novel-style format. Written by economist Bryan Caplan, it builds upon fact...

What I read this month

It was an unexpectedly bountiful month for reading. Here’s how it broke down: Read:The Trials of Apollo: The Dark Prophecy – Rick RiordanHoot –...

What I read this month

More into the swing of things this month. While I tried a few things out that weren’t to my taste, I got through a fair bit: READThe Adventurers Guild: Tw...

What I read this month

June was no less busy for the household than previous isolation months had been, and in some ways was even more busy. On top of the usual busyness of taking car...

What I’m reading

There may be no genre I enjoy as much, but can be so disappointed by, as science fiction. Any genre has its good and bad, of course, but I find the best science...