Those who would judge a work of art reveal more of themselves than of the artist under scrutiny or of his work.
Modesitt Jr., L. E. (2010-04-01). Imager: The First Book of the Imager Portfolio (Kindle Locations 672-673). Macmillan. Kindle Edition.
I’ve started the series once again, for the fourth time. More properly, I suppose, I should say I’m reading the series for the fourth time.
The quote above, taken as it is, is directed toward myself following an attempt at a readers review of another series I’ve recently finished, at the forever request of Amozon’s publicity department.
Should one buy books from Amazon, of course.
I wasn’t happy with the first book of that series. However, finish it I did and I either got use to the authors manner or he got better as he aged because I managed to finish the four books now in print.
Well That’s neither here nor there. Yesterday I avoided the world. I spent it seeking the elusive Morel mushroom. Tromping the rocks and trees of various slopes. My search was not successful.
I choose, arriving home somewhat muddy and sore, to spice my evening meal with canned mushrooms, which only re-enforced the idea of fresh mushrooms. However slimy such really are fried in butter.
It is spring, and Housekeeper did give me the idea of where to go. One of her customers as she mentioned, and I did beat her to the spot. The deer beat us both. Although there were horses in the area I’m not sure they eat the things or not.
From the reaches,