We have a chicken. Please do not kill him.
I wanted him to be free range, but he kept wandering off. Or, well, I think. He kept disappearing.
I’m nearly finished with “Ready Player One” (Parzival is named after the main character) on audio book (read by Wil, what a crazy random happenstance) and I’m so not ready to let go. It’s so very good. Go read it.
Visit little Z by entering /warp WheatonCastle
- Reblogged from wheatoncastle
well…i’m still practicing ^^
this was for an English project where we had to draw a comic strip from a book we read, my book was Ready, Player One by Ernest Cline. i drew the scene where Wade meets Art3mis.
- Reblogged from generalmexico-deactivated201407
Ready Player One author Ernest Cline at the Atari Graveyard excavation
The two covers for the Japanese translation of Ready Player One, to be published by Softbank Creative on 5-9-2014
”For years, I’ve lived a double life. In the day, I do my job - I ride the bus, roll up my sleeves with the hoi-polloi. But at night, I live a life of exhilaration, of missed heartbeats and adrenalin. And, if the truth be known a life of dubious virtue. I won’t deny it - I’ve been engaged in violence, even indulged in it. I’ve maimed and killed adversaries, and not merely in self-defense. I’ve exhibited disregard for life, limb and property, and savoured every moment. You may not think it, to look of me but I have commanded armies, and conquered worlds. And though in achieving these things I’ve set morality aside, I have no regrets. For though I’ve led a double life, at least I can say - I’ve lived. “
- Reblogged from xii-thehangedman
Ready Player One author Ernest Cline is headed to Alamogordo, New Mexico next weekend to help raid the legendary Atari Graveyard! And he’s bringing along 3 keys to hide there: