Monthly Archives: January 2015

No Matter What, It’s Men’s Fault

There is a ton to say about this, but it makes my blood boil, so I’m going to restrict it to one comment. Basically a girl in a pretty tame dress was asked to cover up her shoulders. It was … Continue reading

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A Note For My Readers

Hello five to ten readers, I’ve gone over the last few posts I’ve done, and I’ve noticed that my blog has turned mostly into a review blog. This was not by design, but entirely by chance. It’s not that interesting … Continue reading

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Joint Review: “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”/”Blade Runner”

Let’s do this bullet point style: The book was better as a whole, but the scene in the apartment complex between Decker and Baty in the movie is the best part of both the movie and the book. Nothing Dick … Continue reading

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It’s About Time

“A Quadrillion Occupied Planets” was FINALLY rejected by Analog Magazine. Let me put it to you this way: I sent it in so long ago that I thought they just forgot to respond to me, so I sent the story … Continue reading

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Justified: Season 6, Episode 1 Review

There will be spoilers, for those who care. I’ll kick things off by saying that season 6 got off to a better start than season 5. The characters were more interesting and I was more intrigued at what was going … Continue reading

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Just Finished: “Caves of Steel”, by Isaac Asimov

I will always have a soft spot for Asimov. “I, Robot” was the first non-“Wrinkle in Time” sci-fi book I’ve ever read, less than a year ago (“City Beyond Time” by John C. Wright was second, by the way). I … Continue reading

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Currently Writing

…A Night Land pastiche. It is set after “The Testament of Andros” (original book), “Awake in the Night”, and “The Cry of the Night-Hound”, but before “Silence of the Night”. To be more specific, it takes place very soon after … Continue reading

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