Transport yourself back to the blogs in this series written in the first three months of last year, if you can stomach, and you will find me moaning about how my productivity has dropped off a cliff.… Read the rest “Man vs Bookshelf: Cherub”
I’ve been looking back at my Man vs Bookshelf spreadsheet, tracking down the last time I wrote a blog about Doctor Who.
It was the scriptbook for Doctor Who season one and was the 51st book I read for this challenge back in April 2018.… Read the rest “Man vs Bookshelf: Doctor Who”
I studied History at university.
Well, “studied” is a strong word. I did lots of sleeping, and it says History on the 2.2 I walked away with.
Stole away with.… Read the rest “Man vs Bookshelf: A Song of Fire and Ice”
Here we are again then, slip and sliding closer and closer to the end of this challenge.
As I write, I am halfway through the final of seven A Song of Ice and Fire (i.e.… Read the rest “Man vs Bookshelf: Peep Show”
I’m drumming my fingers on my desk. Eastenders is on – not conducive to hard work. I’m staring down the barrel of another review and wondering what on Earth I’m going to write.… Read the rest “Man vs Bookshelf: Awkward Situations for Men”
Yesterday was a big day for me.
After the release of my first James Perry novel back in October 2018, I made the crazy decision that I was immediately going to put the next book (at that point in first draft stage) up for pre-order with a release date January 17th, less than three months hence.… Read the rest “Man vs Bookshelf: The Demonata”
What is the point?
No, I’m just wondering because I used to do a review per blog or series. I’m sure I remember that. Some of them weren’t very good, I confess.… Read the rest “Man vs Bookshelf: The Point”
Another year has come and gone, which will always happen if you wait (and live) long enough.
I’m writing this on the 2nd January 2019, the first day back in the office after 11 days off, so that’s depressing.… Read the rest “Man vs Bookshelf: Diamond Brothers”
When I sat down and first had a crack at this blog several weeks ago, I began with the following paragraph:[Sandwiched between a clutch of Discworld novels by Terry Pratchett and the Demonata series by Darren Shan (coming next) I read what might be described as three other books.]
This would have been a good beginning, if it was true, which it isn’t.… Read the rest “Man vs Bookshelf: Extras++”
Isn’t it always?
Well, no, I suppose not. Yesterday, for example, was Sunday. Get a few of those now and then.
I planned to write this blog on that Sunday.… Read the rest “Man vs Bookshelf: Discworld (1-5)”