That is, of course, both good and bad. More is alright, but better is my real aim.
Which brings us to this post, designed entirely to whet your appetite (interesting that the phrase revolves around whet meaning "to hone" rather than it's equally logical homonym meaning "to moisten" when the phrase "mouth watering" is also so common).
In the next four days, three book reviews. The Monsters of Templeton, Bone, and Lamb will bring me 21 books on the year, slightly ahead of schedule. By the time those all post, I hope to be working on my 22nd review, Cutting for Stone (spoilers, excited to write that one).
For now, enjoy the music and a quiet night.