Tell Me Tuesday #49


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  • Steamforged by Eric R. Asher – This is such a good series! I love all the steampunk elements as well as the fact that giant bugs are definitely a thing.
  • Astrophysics for People in a Hurry by Neil deGrasse Tyson – This is a rather short read, but its packed with info! It’s all very accessible and Tyson works to make it all easy to understand and retain.

Currently Reading


  • What We See in the Stars by Kelsey Oseid – This is an easy read that I should be finished with but between work and the dire need for naps I haven’t been making more than a page or two in progress each day.
  • The Silmarilion by J.R.R. Tolkien – I see why so many people give up on this one. I personally love it, but it’s dense. There is a lot to retain here, but Tolkien makes it all very interesting.
  • Curiouser and Curiouser by Melaine Karsak – I love Karsak’s books, and so far this one is going really well too. The narrator is doing an amazing job with all the accents.
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3 Responses to Tell Me Tuesday #49

  1. Greg says:

    Agree about Silmarillion. Tougher to get through than LoTR, no question, but man the worldbuilding- he’ll always be the master, far as I’m concerned.

  2. I want to read Astrophysics for People in a Hurry. I have the hardcover of The Silmarillion, but if it is that dense I should probably get and audio. Ha! Thanks so much for TMTing. Sorry for being so late in getting here.

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