Lektüre 2010

Nicht vergessen: Morgen bin ich von 19.15-19.30 Uhr live im Internet!

Im vergangenen Jahr las ich folgende Bücher:

  • Jonathan Sarfran Froer: Eating Animals
  • Heather Cochran: The Return of Jonah Gray
  • Henryk M. Broder: Kritik der reinen Toleranz
  • Lucy Hawking: Jaded
  • Douglas Adams: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
  • Jeanette Winterson: The Stone Gods
  • Robert Louis Stevenson: Treasure Island
  • David J. Hand: Statistics – A Very Short Introduction
  • Steve Martin: Born Standing Up
  • Robert Jordan: The Eye of the World
  • Michael Pollan: The Omnivore’s Dilemma
  • Suzanne Collins: Mockingjay
  • Maike Luhmann: Einführung in R
  • Margaret Weis, Tracy Hickman: Dragons of Autumn Twilight
  • J. Scott Long: The Workflow of Data Analysis Using Stata
  • Stephanie Perkins: Anna and the French Kiss

Jutze 52 #1 – Bonkers

This is the theme song/instrumental introduction/stadium gig opener I always wanted to have. I stumbled across the word ‘bonkers’ in a dictionary years ago and immediately filed it under ‘perfect title for future theme song/intro/opener’. I kept this recording short, but the song can be extended with multiple solo spots if I ever get the chance to perform it live.

#1 Bonkers

Future Plans

Despite the upcoming soccer mania, there are several promising concerts announced for 2010. I just saw that The Hooters will be playing in my hometown (Waiblingen) on Friday, May 7th. Great news!

I’m also looking forward to produce some of my own music next year. Manticess are going to release a single and I’m currently trying to decide whether or not to promise to put out solo music on a regular basis, probably weekly. I’d welcome the challenge, but I’m also thinking of writing more often. I’ve started two novels, one back in Belgium, and one this November (for NaNoWriMo). I like both outsets, but only the latter seems to be suited for a prediodical release format on this very homepage. I mean, I wouldn’t start publishing parts until I’m almost through, but it might be an alternative to the song-a-week-madness outlined above.

In different news, look what my mom made me for Christmas (with a little help from Carissa’s patterns):

Jutze with R2D2 beanie