Population Statistic: Read. React. Repeat.
Thursday, December 02, 2021

I thought my minor haul yesterday at the company book sale was adequate. But it wasn’t. Since they knocked down the prices to a-buck-a-book today, I picked up a couple more items:

- “Shadows” by Osvaldo Soriano. The jacket design grabbed me, the flap description gave me a Latin American magical realism impression. It holds promise.

- “The Assistants: A Novel” by Robin Lynn Williams. Has a “Sex and the City” meets “The Real World” vibe to it. I anticipate a quick, fun read.

And the CD purchase:

- Radio Tarifa: “Fiebre”. From the sleeve blurb:

Experience the energy and passion of one of Spain’s most mesmerizing bands in concert with this live recording of their irresistible blend of Mediterranean sounds — a modal mix of Flamenco and Arabic elements with an instinctive medieval root.

Yeah, it’s classic marketing copy. But it, and the two-buck pricetag, was compelling enough. I plan to listen to it tomorrow, during my day off.

I guess I’ve got beaucoup book fodder to keep me reading for the next couple of months (maybe). Good for the mind.

- Costa Tsiokos, Thu 12/02/2021 10:49:26 PM
Category: Publishing | Permalink |

Trackback this entry: Right-click and copy link
2 Feedbacks
  1. […] - I’ve been listening this morning to Radio Tarifa: “Fiebre”, the disc I picked up yesterday. It’s turned out to be a nice purc […]

    Pingback by Population Statistic — 12/03/2021 @ 11:35:00 AM


    There are quite a few things I’ll miss about no longer being employed with Florida Trend. I’ll get into more of that next weekend, when I’m officially on the loose.
    But one thing in particular will be the semi-regular Times Publishi…

    Trackback by Population Statistic — 12/04/2021 @ 01:08:09 PM

RSS feed for feedback on this post.

Leave a comment

Comment form closed to reduce comment-spam opportunities. Sorry about the inconvenience. Please feel free to respond to this post via Trackback and/or Pingback!