Hello again, Nerdfighters! I don't have a whole lot of time to give you a proper book blog this week (sorry), but here's a few quick updates and things to keep you occupied.
The Blurbing Book Club
We're still reading "The Forest of Hands and Teeth" by Carrie Ryan. If you haven't started it yet, not to worry, you still have two more weeks (until June 15th). But still, make sure you buy it, check it out of the library, steal... or, I mean, borrow, it…
In which John Green sings a lullaby of his own devising about all the things he will buy his baby in the event a mockingbird fails to sing. These things include a quilt, the sultanate of Oman, a diamond ring, and polka dots, among many others. Stay tuned at the end for some serious…
It's Friday! Which means its time to announce the winners of the "Will Grayson, Will Grayson" edition of the blurbing book club. But before that let me announce the next blurbing book club book (from May 14th to June 15th). There were a lot of great suggestions in the comments of my last blog but in the end I decided to go with "The Forest of Hands and Teeth" by Carrie Ryan. So head to the forum to… Continue
In which Hank Raps about w00tstock. If you can't understand all of the lyrics, they're below.
This may have been the second oddest
weekend of my life I perused portland real-estate with a
mythbuster's wife on an iPad owned by adam savage yes you could
say that my perception of reality was…Continue
Hey, Nerdfighters! As a brief recap, for the last month the Blurbing Book Club has been reading "Will Grayson, Will Grayson" by John Green and David Levithan. And because Nerdfighters are made of awesome, dozens of them headed to the official forum to discuss and blurb the book after finishing it. I've just finished going through the entire discussion and… Continue
In which Hank confronts the fact that he is getting older and, instead of accepting it, talks about ten different ways that people are proposing to extend life, possibly indefinitely. Because immortality and eternal youth are so much more appealing than reality, which is that we all get old and…