Welcome to my blog. Previously, this blog was known as The World Is Quiet Here and was located at http://j128.wordpress.com. I’ve now moved the blog and all its contents, including posts, pages, comments, categories, and tags, to this new address and with all the new features that WordPress.com has to offer it should make for a richer and better experience than ever before.

The World Is Quiet Here 101 is all about books and movies I’ve read. Well, and maybe some recipes, and, oh, all right; whatever captures my fancy, then! You will find all kinds of books and movies and such here. Have a chair and sit down and relax…I read or watch anything that catches my eye and sounds interesting to me. Expect to find many articles posted on a variety of things.

For those of you who have not visited The World Is Quiet Here for a while, I have added some new features. The first one is I’ve categorized my articles now and instead of having to type in the search box all the time or scrolling down the page to find an article, etc., which I believe, will make things much easier for my readers.

This article was formerly known as Switching Gears, which was my first article written before The Arm of the Starfish by Madeleine L’Engle and I have now updated this introductory article and removed irrelevant details such as an occasional car coming down the tunnel.

The categories include science fiction, adventure, classic literature, movies and television, T.V. episodes, anime, manga, and much, much, more and more to come!

See Also

Switching Gears – My original introductory and welcome article


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