My discovery of a planner working for me.
By: Christopher Bartlett Most people automatically think of Amazon's Kindle when it comes to reading apps. Mainly because of how good Amazon is at marketing things, but that doesn’t mean the Kindle app is a bad reading app by any means. It depends more on where you are in your journey as both a reader... Continue Reading →
By: Christopher Bartlett Welcome once more to our humble parlor. We took the time closed due to Covid to make some renovations, including a new fireplace to be more welcoming and efficient. It also brings us gently into our discussion of the month. That being food-themed mysteries versus classical mysteries. Each has their own audience... Continue Reading →
By: Christopher Bartlett Even with it being a rough year, it still always amazes me as I get to the end of the year how fast it has gone. I didn’t get as many books finished as I wanted to, by far, though I did read some interesting things. And, as Christmas is here, I’m... Continue Reading →
By: Christopher Bartlett Some will see this title and wonder why anyone would ever compare digital books to the printing press. But think about one of the complaints modern bookworms have in that we can never carry as many books with us as we want to. Digital books make it so that we can without... Continue Reading →