Yes, I know, I’ve been remiss about blogging. (Being sick just kind of saps the desire to remind the world (and my mother) how awesome I’m not feeling.)
So here’s a lovely tidbit to share: AlphaOops: The Day Z Went First was mentioned in the Chicago Post-Tribune earlier this week. Can you believe it originally came out SEVEN YEARS AGO? Crazy, I know, because we are not that old.
(Click the quote below to see the full article.)
Letters. Words. Stories. It’s a building process that begins with the letters of the alphabet. I wonder who invented them. Who decided the order? Why does A come first? In “Alpha Oops!” Alethea Kontis shows us what happens when Z asks the same question. In this book subtitled “The Day Z Went First” we find the answer.