A Dance With Dragons by George R.R. Martin
Finally, I’m on the last of the currently published A Song of Ice and Fire books. I’m always daunted by the size of these books, so I’m listening to the audiobook on the way to work. Aside from his inability to do female voices, the reader is fantastic. It’s really easy to get wrapped up in the story.
Of Other Worlds: Essays and Stories by C.S. Lewis
This is my current post-breakfast-curl-up-in-a-chair-drinking-tea read. It’s a collection of short essays by Lewis on one of my favorite topics–the concept of story, particularily fairy stories. I really enjoy Lewis’s fiction and his Christian nonfiction works, but in this one, his expertise as an academic shines through and it’s wonderful.
A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas
This is the second in a series–see my thoughts on the first book in the Outbox section for more. I’m reading it very, very slowly and savoring every word. Continue reading
Who wouldn’t want to hear their favorite authors speak together on the same stage?
Recently, I was inspired by staff at Eventbrite about putting together a dream panel of authors I’d like to see at a conference. Eventbrite is an organization that helps people create and share events that bring communities together. For more information about their conference management tool, check out their website.
I love attending conferences, but have sadly never been to one that is book-related. (That is likely to change now that I’m working as a librarian.) Still, I assume that most events follow similar structures and that there is a great deal of freedom in what goes on in a panel. That being said, I spent some time brainstorming what group I should bring together. There are so many genres that I love and so many topics that would be interesting to explore. I ended up settling on…