Audiobooks for your listening pleasure!

  • Aug. 15th, 2010 at 1:18 PM
femmealunettes: (forgot towel; brought gun. : John)
Lots of people asked for them, so here they are! First one's read by Stephen Fry, the rest are read by Martin Freeman.

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

The Restaurant at the End of the Universe

Life, The Universe and Everything

So Long and Thanks for All the Fish

Mostly Harmless

let me give you books, they're good for you

  • Jun. 20th, 2010 at 3:51 PM
femmealunettes: (bookworm at home : Gabriel)
I had a bad dream, so I went back to sleep until I had a better one. Because really waking up with two people on fire is just not the mental image I needed to carry with me today. Then there was a train derailment, and then the forcible reconstruction of all the cities to make them clean and peaceful (and incidentally uninhabited), but I managed to work it around to a tea party so I could wake up without feeling traumatized.

So here's to minor acts of semi-lucid dreaming, I guess?

True Blood tonight! This is something to be excited about. I need things to be excited about, because when I stop being excited, I get lame. Being lame sucks, therefore I need excitement or cocaine.

QUESTION: Would anyone be interested in receiving a random book from me? I mean random, because I have plenty of books I will never re-read, and they should go to people who might actually give them some attention. You can try to specify a genre you'd prefer, but most of what I have is scifi/fantasy. There are a couple of inspirational (non-religious) books, a few crafty ones, but mostly it's scifi/fantasy paperbacks. All comments are screened, so if you'd like a book, just leave me a comment with your address and what kind of books you like. I'll try to send you the one I've got that I think you'll enjoy most.

Daily memes a little later.

train in vain?

  • Aug. 21st, 2006 at 7:42 PM
femmealunettes: (a whole new kind of expert : Hodg)
Note to self: Amtrak- H571

Apparently, taking the train is cheaper than the bus. This may not be a new situation, but I have a very short memory, so.

But! The expense is not the point. The point is that Neil Gaiman and John Hodgman are going to be in NYC September 28th, and I would like a piece of that action. So. The train. It's $88 round-trip, with the coupon code, and I'd probably come down on Wednesday and leave on Sunday or some such.

So, should this happen (and I'd very much like it to), would anyone besides the Kaitness who is the cause of the trip like to make a claim on my time? :D

Also! Would anyone like a buttload of Star Trek novels? I even have three by William Shatner (plus his autobiography!). I just hate to throw out books, it feels like child abuse.

My head's a balloon.

  • Aug. 21st, 2006 at 6:30 PM
femmealunettes: (I'm on drugs  D:  : Strangers With Candy)
This peacefulness thing is hard. Because I want to punch people in the face. :D

Anyhow. I helped my mom cook dinner tonight and discovered that yes, I can fuck anything up simply by being involved in its production, because it's hard to make chicken marsala bad but it wasn't very good. Add that to my already unhappy stomach, and... yeah.

I think I might make a different journal to keep track of this thing. Which is stupid, because I can never maintain other journals when I make them, but it might be better than going on and on about something no one cares about... wait, that's my journal in a sentence. Nevermind then. I might make a filter, though.

Would anyone like a hat? I have come to the conclusion that a) I have too many hats and b) I would rather send them to my friends than throw them out or give them to the thrift store. So, speak up if you'd like one. They're all clean and in good condition, I promise.

Mrrrg. Feeling decidedly unpeaceful. Two and a half hours until Prison Break and I feel like a jerk for not really wanting to watch it with my friends, but: rather be a loner than a bitch. Although I can do both at once. I don't know. More cleaning, more something.... I need to throw out like half the stuff I own and never use. Boxes and boxes and boxes of books I hate to part with but will never read again. Clothes that I may or may not ever fit again. Who knows.


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