This entry was published 4 years ago. Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed. I strive to grow as a person as I age, and I likely posted things in the past that I wouldn't post today in the same way or at all. In general, assume I've moved politically leftward as time has gone by.

I’m not closing my account, and will likely keep checking in on occasion to see what my friends post. But I think it’s time for me to stop uploading to Instagram.

This entry was published 4 years ago. Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed. I strive to grow as a person as I age, and I likely posted things in the past that I wouldn't post today in the same way or at all. In general, assume I've moved politically leftward as time has gone by.

Book sixty of 2018: Explorers, by George Gipe. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

This entry was published 4 years ago. Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed. I strive to grow as a person as I age, and I likely posted things in the past that I wouldn't post today in the same way or at all. In general, assume I've moved politically leftward as time has gone by.

Book fifty-nine of 2018: The Magic Goes Away, by Larry Niven. 🌟🌟🌟

This entry was published 4 years ago. Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed. I strive to grow as a person as I age, and I likely posted things in the past that I wouldn't post today in the same way or at all. In general, assume I've moved politically leftward as time has gone by.

Book fifty-eight of 2018: Star Trek The Classic Episodes Vol. 3, by James Blish with J. A. Lawrence. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

This entry was published 4 years ago. Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed. I strive to grow as a person as I age, and I likely posted things in the past that I wouldn't post today in the same way or at all. In general, assume I've moved politically leftward as time has gone by.

Book fifty-seven of 2018: Night of Masks, by Andre Norton. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

This entry was published 4 years ago. Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed. I strive to grow as a person as I age, and I likely posted things in the past that I wouldn't post today in the same way or at all. In general, assume I've moved politically leftward as time has gone by.

Book fifty-six of 2018: Gigantic Worlds, edited by Lincoln Michel and Nadxieli Nieto. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

This entry was published 4 years ago. Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed. I strive to grow as a person as I age, and I likely posted things in the past that I wouldn't post today in the same way or at all. In general, assume I've moved politically leftward as time has gone by.

Book fifty-five of 2018: Just So Stories, by Rudyard Kipling. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

This entry was published 4 years ago. Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed. I strive to grow as a person as I age, and I likely posted things in the past that I wouldn't post today in the same way or at all. In general, assume I've moved politically leftward as time has gone by.

Book fifty-four of 2018: Star Trek: Klingon Empire: A Burning House, by Keith R. A. DeCandido. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

This entry was published 4 years ago. Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed. I strive to grow as a person as I age, and I likely posted things in the past that I wouldn't post today in the same way or at all. In general, assume I've moved politically leftward as time has gone by.

Book fifty-three of 2018: Star Trek: I.K.S. Gorkon Book Three: Enemy Territory, by Keith. R.A. DeCandido. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

This entry was published 4 years ago. Since that time the information may have become outdated or my beliefs may have changed. I strive to grow as a person as I age, and I likely posted things in the past that I wouldn't post today in the same way or at all. In general, assume I've moved politically leftward as time has gone by.

Book fifty-two of 2018: Dinosaur Summer, by Greg Bear. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ And that makes my goal of fifty-two books for the year, with almost a full month to go!