Spinning Them Tales

Random Musings

I’m always reading something or other. That seems fairly obvious, right?

Well, this summer I’ve immersed myself in the trials and tribulations of the folks who live at 28 Barbary Lane in Armistead Maupin’s genius “Tales of the City”. Set in my favorite decade (the 70’s, naturally), this iridescent gem of a novel has zany, colorful characters and plenty of WTF’s. In fact, there are so many funny and endearing plot points that I’m fairly certain many are going way over my head.

Check it out. Once I’m done the first book in the series, I’ll be posting a more in-depth analysis.

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