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Fiction books
Brian Clevinger, et al. Real Science Adventures: The Billion Dollar Plot (e)
Lian Hearn. Across the Nightingale Floor (e)
Lian Hearn. Grass for His Pillow (e)
Tim Powers. Dinner at Deviant's Palace
Terry Pratchett. Soul Music (e) (re-read)
Josephine Tey. Brat Farrar (re-read)

In progress
Diane Duane. So You Want to Be a Wizard (e) (re-read)
Terry Pratchett. Interesting Times (e) (re-read)

Non-fiction books
Harley Granville-Barker. Prefaces to Shakespeare: Hamlet

Short fiction
O Henry. "A Retrieved Reformation" (e)
Sharon Lee. "Will-o'-the-Wisp" (e)
Sharon Lee. "The Wolf's Bride" (e)
Tanith Lee. "Eustace" (e)
Delia Sherman. "The Great Detective" (e)

Fanfic, novel-length
Salazarfalcon. Truthfully (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
the_wordbutler. Sua Sponte (Marvel Cinematic Universe, non-superhero AU)

Fanfic, novella-length
Nineveh_uk. "My True Love Has My Heart" (Lord Peter Wimsey)

Ant Man
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
The Martian


Television serials in progress
Danger Mouse
Doctor Who, 2005 season (DVD)
Enemy at the Door (DVD)
Star Trek (DVD)

Television, individual episodes
Batman: P.O.V. (DVD)
Brat Farrar: episode 1 (online streaming)
Brat Farrar: episode 2 (online streaming)
Doctor Who: The Runaway Bride
Shaun the Sheep: The Visitor

Books bought
Diane Duane. Deep Wizardry (e)
Diane Duane. High Wizardry (e)
Diane Duane. Interim Errantry (e)
Diane Duane. So You Want to Be a Wizard (e)
Diane Duane. A Wizard Abroad (e)
Diane Duane. A Wizard Alone (e)
Diane Duane. A Wizard of Mars (e)
Diane Duane. The Wizard's Dilemma (e)
Diane Duane. Wizard's Holiday (e)
Diane Duane. Wizards at War (e)
Lian Hearn. Across the Nightingale Floor (e)
Lian Hearn. Grass for His Pillow (e)
Tim Powers. Dinner at Deviant's Palace

Books borrowed

Books received as gifts
(anthology). Kaleidoscope

Top of the to-read pile
Ryk E Spoor. Phoenix in Shadow

Date: 2016-04-01 07:04 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
"Brat Farrar"! Loved that back in the 80s. I found it on YT recently, and got to watch it all over again. A good adaptation of a good book. Never repeated, never released commercially, despite popular and critical success at the time, so hardly anybody remembers it now. Funny how that can sometimes happen.

Date: 2016-04-01 01:06 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
That's where I found it, too, but the channel I found only had the first couple of episodes and I couldn't find the rest anywhere. (Which was annoying, among other reasons, because it meant I never quite got to see how they managed the scenes with two different versions of Mark Greenstreet in.) So I re-read the book instead.

Date: 2016-04-01 02:56 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]

Date: 2016-04-02 12:43 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
I see why I didn't find it - not creative enough with the search terms. Thank you very much!


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