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They call us nocturnal; up into the early hours, until the early hours become late hours, our cohabitants stir and we finally come to rest. Diurnal folk frown upon us, obliging us with their thin eyes to live by ‘normal’ time. 151 more words


Up Late with Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King

As the summer draws to a close, I’ve been trying to read more books I would consider beach reads rather than books that might enrich my teaching. 531 more words

Book Reviews

5 AM Greetings and Updates!

It’s a little after 5am on Sunday morning here in Seoul, and yes I am STILL awake.  I finished the book Friday night/Saturday morning and am currently cleaning it before handing it over for a full edit.   140 more words

The Elven Life

Up Late with Setterfield's The Thirteenth Tale

Biographer Margaret Lea returns to her apartment one evening above her father’s antiquarian bookshop when she finds a letter. Vida Winter, a gravely ill famous novelist, wants to recount her life story before it is too late, and she wants Margaret to be the one to capture her history. 270 more words

Book Reviews

Up Late with The Good Luck of Right Now by Matthew Quick

So my reading last week was a little heavy and this week I thought I needed to lighten up a little.  But my at-home to-read bookshelves did not have much in the way of light reading, so I took a jaunt down to my public library.  549 more words

Book Reviews

The Night Owl's Guide To The Perfect Morning

As a culture, we heap a lot of praise on so-called morning people, but there’s nothing wrong with being a night owl. Many of history’s most creative people did their best work at night, finding that the quiet and solitude — and in some cases, their inability to sleep — brought out their best ideas. 46 more words