I can’t think of a clever title that will connect these two things


March 17, 2008 by Tracey S. Rosenberg

All of you who were reading this journal back in the heady days of January may remember that I listed Jo Walton’s Farthing as one of my top books of 2007. Well, if you register for the Tor website – which promises to be nifty and interactive and generous with the free e-books – you get to download a copy of Farthing for your very own (assuming that the week isn’t up and they haven’t moved on to another book). Which I will do as soon as they send me the link. *click* *click*

The sequel, Ha’penny, isn’t out in paperback until July. *whine* I swear, when the final volume is due, I’m going to beg a Tor intern to send me an ARC in exchange for a review.

Meanwhile, at some point I ought to personalize this blog in terms of how it looks, because it is really disconcerting to click on a random link and find that an identical blog is all about dental implants. I have nothing whatever against implants, dental or otherwise. Well, except the ones where you get high levels of lead inside your own head. But it feels rather like walking into a room and finding a completely different person wearing the same dress.


One thought on “I can’t think of a clever title that will connect these two things

  1. teresaduncan says:

    This is too funny but I know what you mean…hey – it’s a nice dress!

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I live, work, and write in Edinburgh. I travel to other places as much as I can. To contact me, email writingmostly at gmail dot com.


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