Library gets: Flint & Dennis' 1635: The Cannon Law , John Scalzi's Redshirts, David Weber's Shadow of Freedom, Richard Pipes' A Concise History of the Russian Revolution*, and Samurl Eliot Morison's Admiral of the Ocean Sea: A Life of Christopher Columbus. Also also, Poul Anderson & Gordy Dickson's Hoka! Hoka! Hoka!.
Have been lacking in energy and motivation today. but I still need to pound out the FMJRA tonight. Roommate is also bugging me to install the drivers for his printer on his old XP laptop; apparently the first attempt got aborted when his GF shut the laptop off before it was done. Welp. Going to grab a sandwich first and then have at it.
*I freely admit picking this up because it is the closest thing the Fairfax County library has to a history of the Russian Civil War, much less the Czech Legions' anabasis to Vladivostok.