Sunday, July 22, 2012

Fuzzy Nation by John Scalzi (and some truisms in life)

I have discovered these truisms about life and myself:

1) I want to meet a Fuzzy.
2) John Scalzi has written far to few books for my satisfaction and needs to write more.
3) Wil Wheaton reads the audio version of this book. I did not have the audio version. A splendid solution is for Mr Wheaton to come to my home and read the book to us here (after all, he's here on a regular basis via his blog and other assorted internet and television appearances.) (And I'd like to meet John Scalzi, too. I'll even bring bacon.)
4.) I laughed out loud a lot while reading this book, which is something, apparently, I think I do a lot, but, given the odd looks javaczuk sent my way, I probably do more in my head than actually out loud. If Carl Hiaasen and John Scalzi ever team up, I'm screwed.
5.) H. Beam Piper's Little Fuzzy is on my wish list now.

 Thank you Tor Books for plucking this from my wishlist and sending it my way.


  1. If #3 happens, make sure to invite me. I love that guy. I've met him a couple of times. He's great. :)

  2. It really would be an alternate universe if he showed up in Charleston, SC! If I didn't really like his work already, when he started showing up in The Bloggess posts, then it was a sure thing.