(Y-10) Recruiting some help

Finally, I have finished the thirteen-book of The Legend Drizzt saga, the series took a slower pace and focused more and the inner turmoil of the Barbarian Wulfgar, with a few swashbuckling moments here and there.

For the start of the fourteen book of the series, The Sea of Swords,  I have recruited some help.



First, on the fuel side of things, and a long time coming, some beautiful, freshly roasted coffee from where I considered one of the best places to buy/drink coffee in the Juarez-El Paso area, I’m talking about BLDG. 6 Coffee Roasters. This time I will give the house blend a try.


On the chocolatey part of things, two new chocolate bars came my way. One spicy alternative and a more classic flavor.


And lastly, a guide through the perilous realms of  Faerûn, so I can keep up with Drizzt in his never-ending quest.

Fortunately, I have a holiday long weekend and not too far, a vacation retreat with some peace and quiet.

Happy Readings!!!!



(Y-10) a bit more procrastinating but with chocolate

Right now I’m passing the half way mark of The Spine of the World, the twelfth book in the Legend of Drizzt saga, the pace of this book is a bit slower but it takes time to further develop some characters, it adds some more deep to the story against being a sword smashing fest.

Quite refreshing I might add.

My plan is to get through at least 3/4 of the book by the end of the weekend, and maybe throw some Batman action here and there.

Right I have a couple of trade paperbacks from the Scott Snyder run.

All of this whole munching on some delicious chocolate, the victim for this evening a 72% cocoa Dark Chocolate with Almonds and Cranberries, which apparently donates part of its proceeds to endangered species funds, so, eating with a purpose.

For now I’ll have a wild crazy night filled with sotol, dark chocolate, lots of caffeine and of course some good old reading.

Good night and Happy Readings!!!