Monthly Archives: July 2014

Review: The House of the Four Winds by Mercedes Lackey & James Mallory

Years ago, in my freshman year of high school, I was in the school library reading a book when it suddenly dawned on me that someone had paid that author to write that book. In a very real way it … Continue reading

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Dreams and how they inspire.

It’s been a little while since I’ve posted. I’m not abandoning this adventure I’ve embarked on here. In fact, I have a small pile of papers with scribbles of half-composed entries for this blog just waiting for me to finish … Continue reading

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Voting for the Hugo Awards

Exactly six weeks from today (but in another time zone entirely) the Hugo Awards will be presented to the winners in over a dozen categories. As an attending member of World Science Fiction Convention 2014, I get to vote for … Continue reading

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Penny Dreadful: No really, what is Dorian Grey even doing here?

Penny Dreadful finished its first season this past Sunday, and it left me with a myriad of thoughts. Not the least of which is, “What the hell is Dorian Grey even doing in this show?” There will, of course, be … Continue reading

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