Theodor Suess Geisel, more affectionately known as Dr. Suess, was born on March 2, 1904. According to one biography, it was The Cat in the Hat, written as a children's primer containing 220 vocabulary words, that made Dr. Suess a household name. But like most authors, Suess had his fair share of trial and tribulation--his first book, And to Think … Continue reading Happy Birthday, Dr. Suess!
First, an update on Threads. I'm hearing from readers who have recently finished the book. So far, so good. As expected, they have been very surprised by the last several chapters that tie things together and add a twist. Yay! In case you haven't been enticed to read Threads because of the eBook format, please … Continue reading The Natural Philosophy of Time