Where the Water Tastes Like Wine review: Finding truths through myth and legend | PCWorld
Hear stories, tell your own, hear how your stories come back to you as retold by others. And experience how the American mythos formed and is reforming.
Fascinating and makes me want to subscribe to Steam to get it.
More games like this, please, Steam!
Guest post by Christopher Farnsworth at Handwritten Girl.
There are many ways to hack a mind. One is by controlling the input you give it. (As in how Fox News controls the minds of its followers.) Most interesting book I’ve read about that idea is Exploded View, by Sam McPheeters, in which software control over what we perceive overturns our very perception of reality.
Good post and good book to read (both Chris’ and Exploded View).
You can still get your “real book” fix at any of the Maui Friends of the Library bookstores:
Your life unfolds and then
You realize you need to read John Scalzi’s book Redshirts.
That these two books predicted the Rise of Trump:
But you should go buy them anyway.
Book reviews and author interviews. Well worth following this blog!