Eli Lang

Author of Unusual Books

Three Songs for November

Cecilia and the Satellite by Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness I heard this kind of... accidentally.  I flicked on the radio hoping to find something to listen to on my very short drive to work, and this was just starting,... Continue Reading →

All the book news ever!

There actually isn't too much book news, but I figured I should consolidate. First, Skin Hunger is out next week on the 13th!  I'm awkward when it comes to writing about my own books—I don’t know why, it’s just a... Continue Reading →

Pumpkins – a Half Halloween short

Writing shorts off finished books is kind of… an odd feeling.  I like doing it for the Escaping Indigo series characters because, since they continuously appear in the next books in the series, it always feels like there might be... Continue Reading →

Three Songs for October

I’m still doing three songs a month.  I’d do ten a month, if I thought I could get away with it. 😛   Asido by Purity Ring I heard this on the radio and fell immediately in love with it. ... Continue Reading →

Is it real?

I’ve made a promise to myself to stop apologizing for my choice in blog topics, tweets, or basically anything else I want to write, as long as it’s not hurting anyone.  So I’m going to write… *drumroll* A GIANT POST... Continue Reading →

Three Songs – September

I've been going back and listening to some older stuff, so none of my songs for September are, um, new.   Shiver by Coldplay This came on the radio the other day (I listen to RadioBDC because it’s streaming and... Continue Reading →

In Which I Ramble Endlessly About Manga

Continuing my theme of blogging about stuff that isn’t writing and isn’t prose books (what’s wrong with me, really) I’m gonna write about… manga.  And I know that the world is ending and probably this seems like the most wrong... Continue Reading →

Three Songs – August

Doing this month's songs a bit early... Fill in the Blank by Car Seat Headrest There’s a line in this song that I absolute love.  It’s “You have no right to be depressed.  You haven’t tried hard enough to like... Continue Reading →

Keep me in your memory, leave out all the rest

I was going to do my regular three songs post for July, because… y’know, I enjoy it, and I have my three songs picked out.  And then… Chester Bennington died.  And I don’t even know how to listen to music... Continue Reading →

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