|My husband Robert skiing powder in Snowbird's Mineral Basin
|Me preparing to jump a cornice at Arapahoe Basin
|Me and Robert after hiking up to Highlands Bowl, at Aspen Highlands. Skiing down, you get to enjoy some of the steepest in-bounds terrain in the state. Great stuff.
And hey, f you're looking for something to read while you wait for me to finish Labyrinth, I've got a few suggestions:
- Miserere: An Autumn Tale, by Teresa Frohock. If you're wondering why you should check it out, Justin Landon did a feature on the book for his "Under the Radar" column on Tor.com. I couldn't agree more that Miserere is both criminally under-read and a great story.
- Master of Whitestorm, by Janny Wurts. This one's a backlist title that's newly available on Kindle and other ebook formats. I haven't read it yet myself, but I'm about to: I hear it has ice climbing! Plus I know from reading some of Janny's many other excellent novels that a story of hers won't disappoint.
Also, if you're in the UK, today's the release date for Mazarkis Williams's Tower Broken, third in the Tower and Knife trilogy. I am so jealous of you UK folks; word is Tower Broken won't release here until fall 2014. Having enjoyed the first two novels in the series, I shall be anxiously awaiting!