“I personally believe we developed language because of our deep inner need to complain.”
― Jane Wagner, The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe
Yesterday I went on a rant and whined about the state of publishing. My state of publishing. Others' state of publishing. And the unfairness of the world. It wasn't pretty. And it may have involved a few after-dinner snifters of Calvados. But, the point is, I was thinking I had no more 4 or 5 star reviews to add to the Clean Out Your E-Reader Challenge.
I was wrong. COYER may be officially over with, but I'll be adding one more book to the list. I started it last night and already know it will be a favorite. It's just freaking awesome so far. A zombie book that's really well written. And funny. And touching. And...well, you get the idea.
I'm reading Until the End of the World by Sarah Lyons Fleming. I'll let you know when I'm finished. But I'm kind of savoring this one. Reading it in bits and pieces to reward myself for jobs done.
It's so good. I wish I'd written it. :)
But don't worry. I'll be reading it with popcorn and Diet Coke. The Calvados is back in the liquor cabinet.
I won't be taking the Calvados out again until we have cheese fondue. Because it's always good to have a little cheese with my whine...