In-flight reading, old-school style

Probably I should have an e-reader, but I don’t yet. So I prepared for today’s flight the old-fashioned way, by visiting the ever-excellent and economical Title Wave.

From left to right: Lavinia, Ursula K. LeGuin; The People Who Watched Her Pass By, Scott Bradfield; The Taqwacores, Michael Muhammad Knight; Blameless, Gail Carriger.

For a total of $3.

I may have more to say about these here, or not. One of the things I intend to do on the other end of this flight is hole up, however briefly, and write, dammit.



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  • Delia Sherman
    February 5, 2012 at 6:59 am

    Good choices–I particularly love Carriger for plane trips. And happy writing when yo get to where you’re going. I’m going on a writing retreat next week, and can hardly wait.

  • Nick Fagerlund
    February 5, 2012 at 9:51 am

    Hey, I hit the Title Wave yesterday too! They had that oversized Moto Hagio collection for $5. (They definitely do not anymore.) Also LeGuin’s Gifts, and Kelly Link’s Pretty Monsters, and that Catherynne Valente one about Prester John.