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 I dig old books.

 Est. 1998




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What’s New?



Wondering what you’ve missed since your last visit or which topics are new? Here are recent pages I’ve added, in reverse chronological order.



2023

– Terri Guillemets archive  Dec 28
– Commonplace books  Feb 10
– Dry eyes  Feb 7
– Artificial intelligence  Feb 6
– Nathaniel Hawthorne’s story ideas  Jan 19
– Friday the 13th  Jan 13


2022

– Saying yes & saying no  Dec 25
– Who is Cave Outlaw?  Oct 12
– Winking  Sep 18
– New normal  Jun 11


2021

– Moons of the year  Sep 22
– Who is W. Dayton Wegefarth?  Jul 17
– Electric vehicles  Jun 24
– No such thing as...  Apr 7
– Bless you...  Mar 19
– Christopher Morley’s letter to 2021  Mar 8
– Sure as death and taxes  Mar 3
– Cursing & swearing  Feb 23
– Political correctness & cancel culture  Feb 20
– Bats  Feb 6
– Radio  Feb 1


2020

– Vaccination  Oct 7
– A conservative does nothing for the first time  Oct 5
– Ruth Bader Ginsburg  Sep 18
– Year 2020  Aug 31
– COVID-19  Mar 16
– Burping & belching  Feb 21


2019

– Words that freeze & thaw  Nov 6
– Jane Austen-inspired books  Sep 23
– Pillow fights  Aug 24
– Slumber parties  Aug 24
– Who is Gerald Raftery?  Jul 28
– Acupuncture  Jun 15
– William James:  Is life worth living?  Apr 25
– Bookcases, bookshelves, & book furniture  Apr 18
– Library cards  Apr 12
– When wine sinks words swim  Apr 3
– Book dedications & front matter  Mar 29


2018

– Criminal Minds quotes, season 13  Dec 22
– Fibromyalgia  Oct 30
– First responders appreciation  Oct 28
– George Elliston’s How Beautiful  Oct 5
– Hummingbirds  May 26
– Color of voices  Apr 7
– Peacocks  Apr 4
– Definition of insanity  Mar 13


2017

– Don’t cry over spilt...  Dec 30
– Eating before bed & after-supper ghosts  Dec 22
– Dotards  Sep 22
– Kleptocracy  Aug 1
– Snorting chocolate  Jul 5
– Kakistocracy  Jun 30
– Light pollution & dark skies  Apr 22
– Audio books  Jan 17


2016

– Mexican food  Dec 26
– Interesting pseudonyms  Oct 21
– Peace is not...  Oct 13
– Menopause & perimenopause  Aug 24
– Premature gray hair  Jul 29
– Sudden white hair  Jul 29
– Who is James Lendall Basford?  Jul 27
– The pen is mightier...  Jul 18
– Casual Friday  Jul 15
– Loss of child  Jun 30
– Predictions  Jun 21
– Nose in books  Apr 29
– Nose in books & head in clouds  Apr 28
– Grand Canyon  Apr 25
– Althea Warren:  Librarians must read...  Mar 3
– Monk’s cento  Feb 27
– Deming’s cento  Feb 27
– Cake & cupcakes  Feb 5
– Geography of self  Feb 4
– Thirty days hath September  Feb 1
– February 29th Bachelors Day  Feb 1
– February 29th leap birthdays  Feb 1
– Leap years & leap day  Feb 1
– Soda pop  Jan 31
– Wanderlust  Jan 2


2015

– E-books  Dec 22
– Gout  Nov 7
– Typography & fonts  Oct 29
– Handwriting  Oct 29
– Monoculous miscellany  Oct 6
– One-eyed man & kingdom of the blind  Oct 6
– Afternoon  Sep 23
– Flower of the poets  Sep 21
– Smell of books  Sep 21
– L. M. Alcott:  She is too fond of books...  Sep 1
– Jack-o’-lanterns  Aug 25
– Woodworking  Aug 25
– Reading in bed  Jul 9
– Bookworms, insects  Jun 30
– Bookworms, readers  Jun 30
– Words rule  Feb 22


2014

– Who is Gertrude Tooley Buckingham?  Dec 8
– Emily Dickinson, about  Oct 27
– Sitting & standing  Oct 16
– Zombies, vampires, & monsters  Oct 12
– Net neutrality  Aug 8
– Old souls  Jul 29
– Redwood trees  Jul 17
– Lighthouses  Jul 15
– Phone phobia  Jun 11
– Tangles  May 3
– Open windows  Mar 27
– Telecommuting  Mar 10


2013

– Sarcasm  Dec 11
– Poetry of cheese  Nov 27
– Shaving  Oct 2
– Goatees  Oct 2
– Beards  Oct 2
– Mustaches  Oct 2
– Fasting  Aug 13
– Database administration  May 2


2012

– Percentages of success  Oct 10
– Heart  Jul 17
– Arizona monsoon storms  Jul 8
– Typewriters  Jun 25
– Childlessness  Apr 29
– Serial comma  Apr 28
– Thunderstorms  Mar 18
– Glitter  Feb 12
– Who is Muriel Strode?  Jan 12


2011

– Erotic & sexy  Sep 9
– Sandwiches  Aug 21
– Nuts & seeds  Jul 4
– Salads  Jun 1
– Green smoothies  Mar 20
– Qigong & tai chi  Jan 13


2010

– Quotation marks  Sep 24
– Hot cocoa  Jan 3


2009

– Pumpkins  Nov 8
– Stumble & dance  Aug 4
– Hard things  Jul 5
– Social media  Jun 1
– Breakfast  Jun 1
– Let Every Day Be Christmas by Norman Brooks  May 25
– Poetic license  May 14
– Colors  Apr 29
– Crayons & coloring  Apr 29
– Soul mates  Apr 5
– Most superlative words in the English language  Mar 22







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