May roundup: Juno the meaning of love?

This Juno.

Well, it’s that time of year again – JUNE. The time for weddings. Just ask Juno, Queen of the gods and goddess of marriage. She knows alllll about marriage. Believe me. Hers has been a roller coaster. Marriage on the rocks? She feels yah.


Dare we ask how many weddings are booked on your calendar this year?

If you’ve been crashing too many and haven’t been paying attention to this CIRCO blog, here’s what you’ve missed:

Not this Juno.

News broke that Homer’s Odyssey is being adapted into a legit film by the Hunger Games directer and we’re super excited.

BLA gave some predictions for Jo Walton’s newest book in her Thessaly series.

We made fun of James Patterson.

And, as always, Gabbler Recommended some things and BLA had some thoughts and be sure to check out our Tweets of the Week.

Farewell, May. Don’t forget your pole on your way out.

[“BLA and GB Gabbler” (really just a pen name – singular) are the Editor and Narrator behind THE AUTOMATION, vol. 1 of the Circo del Herrero series. They are on facebook, twitter, tumblr, goodreads, and Vulcan’s shit list.]

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What the hammer? What the chain? In what furnace was thy brain? // October roundup:

In case you missed the whole month of October on this blog/are too lazy to keep on scrollin’, here are some highlights:

We asked the Internet why J.K. Rowling didn’t self-publish her Robert Galbraith novel if she really wanted her pen name to stay a secret.

Gabbler wrote an essay over post-apocalyptic stories.

We shared some thoughts on Lev Grossman’s The Magicians series and Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson series.

Gabbler recommended a bunch of crap. Like Halloween Songs and this comedian.

We gave you a look at B.L.A.’s original manuscript for THE AUTOMATION preface.

Here is a reminder of some of our social media accounts.

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