Childish Joy

I write a bimonthly column for Eric Flint’s Grantville Gazette. I was getting ready to write the next column, and so I reread the previous column because—y’know—don’t want to repeat myself, and realized that it’s pertinent here. The column discusses all the reading I’ve been doing for this project and how it’s rekindled a childish joy into my life.

I’m not going to reprint it here, since reading it is just a click away. So click—and enjoy.

2 comments for “Childish Joy

  1. August 27, 2015 at 3:23 pm

    Thank you for doing this! I will look forward to reading the book net year.

  2. August 27, 2015 at 10:26 pm

    Okay, now I can hardly wait! As a kid I started out on Clarke, then read my dad’s Burroughs books and then all the library’s. I missed Andre Norton somehow. Looking forward to a volume of stories filled with wonder!

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