Divorcé, proud father of four, blogger, black coffee drinker, ukulele enthusiast, and Tech Sergeant in the United States Air Force

Booksluts Summer Safety PSA: Reading Safety

July 10, 2014 | Tony | 28 Comments

As you may or may not know, I’m a member of the U.S. Air Force, so I am constantly getting reminded of how to do a wide variety of activities more safely.  Seriously. Anything from grilling to snorkeling to using a scanner–I’ve heard the safety […]

Things I like: RuPaul’s Drag Race

June 5, 2014 | Tony | 15 Comments

About two years ago, my friend invited me to join him and several other people to watch the season premier of LogoTV’s show RuPaul’s Drag Race (heretofore referred to as RPDR for brevity). Many of us were unsure of what we were getting into, but […]

Morpheus Mondays: Dream Country & Seasons of Mist

March 24, 2014 | Tony | 9 Comments

Confession: I don’t read comics.  I love movies and TV shows based on comic books.  Give me all the Marvel and all the DC and all the Image–on my TV.  Although I have two volumes of The Walking Dead alongside a few of The Dark […]

How to Write a Love Letter That Doesn’t Suck

February 14, 2014 | Tony | 4 Comments

The love letter is nearly as old as written language.  It began with cave paintings and stone carvings, and then developed on paper; it lives on today through ILY text messages.  It exists in countless forms: The I-don’t-know-you-but-I-want-to-know-you-letter (this one is pretty creepy in contemporary […]

Five Tips for Enjoying the Movie Version of a Book You Loved

January 21, 2014 | Tony | 42 Comments

Ender’s Game was finally released to Japanese theaters on Saturday, and although I could have gone to see it at the theater on base a few months ago, I was willing to wait for superior cinema facilities where patrons have enough class not to bring […]

What NaNoWriMo Means to Me

November 14, 2013 | Tony | 7 Comments

I know some of you booksluttians out there are writers, and I know that quite a few of you are also NaNoWriMo participants. If you’re not familiar with NaNoWriMo (shortened from National Novel Writing Month), it’s a major effort by writers all over the world […]

Why I’m an Audiobookslut

August 17, 2013 | Tony | 27 Comments

As a reader, I’ve been a long time fan of audiobooks.  When my friend Eric first recommended Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series to me, he actually recommended the audiobooks instead of the paper books.  I read paper anyway, but later on, I was curious […]

The Evolution of an Insatiable Bookslut: Tony’s Tale

May 6, 2013 | Tony | 25 Comments

Unlike many booksluts, I was not a natural born reader.  I have no stories about teaching myself to read or learning to read before I started school.  But I had a lot of people in my life who read to me at a young age.  […]

Review: The Light of Amsterdam by David Park

January 17, 2013 | Tony | 3 Comments

Book: The Light of Amsterdam Author: David Park Published: November 13, 2012 by Bloomsbury First lines: “The ink was black, the paper the same shade of blue as a bird’s egg he had found a week before.  In their balanced elegance the capital G and […]

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