Here’s a quick list of linky-links for stuff I like. Today’s focus: TV.
- Eureka - OMGTHISSHOWSQUEEEE and then the last episode happened. All set to mirror the ending of the series in the fictional universe, and then BAM! Nevermind, everything’s back to normal! No, not normal, better than normal. I loved this series so much that I very nearly nerdraged about the last episode.
- Star Trek: Deep Space 9 – Tread where no Star Trek writer had gone before! Into a linear story line with religious overtones, focused on a single solar system! While many nods were taken from Babylon 5, this is still my favorite Trek. Only one complaint: why did the battle scenes make it look like the ships had no shields? Ablative armor is all well and good, but they keep talking about the shields. Everybody’s still got shields. Where are the shields?
- Wolverine and the X-Men – I really dig the new take on good characters, but only one season? C’mon! Gone the way of Firefly and Tron: Uprising and countless other pieces of serial fiction, cut down before their prime!
It is very difficult to not spend an eternity reading at Reddit. And since I’m a total newbie to it, it’s all shiny. Very, very shiny.
(Shut up, that’s shiny to me.)
So, if Reddit is your thing, and you haven’t read the story yet, go give it a look-see. If this goes well, I’ll probably post the beginnings of the novellas on Reddit, as well.
This one had a frantic pace that kept me turning the page as the main character actively sought out the source of the strangeness going on aboard his spaceship.
I’ve deleted four sentences now, because each gave something of the plot away, and it’s too much fun to ruin.
I read this over two days, and I have a job, four kids, and a house full of chores. Definitely difficult to put down. Definitely a fun read. Definitely worth your time and money, if you’ve ever watched (or enjoyed!) a crappy sci-fi show.
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It was bound to happen. Inevitable, really. It could not be avoided, no matter how much I fought against it.
In the last WordPress update, my theme broke. It drew ugly lines across the browser, overlapping any photos or text that was unlucky enough to be in the way. So, I decided to switch themes. If you’re reading this on the site, you’ve probably already figured that out by now. If not, well, I did. So there.
Some formatting tweaks needed to be made, and I finally made the time to get them done yesterday. There was some pretty outdated information in there, as well.
After some tweaks, revising, and simplification, I present to you, my new page of writery goodness! CUE THE TRUMPETS!
What? No trumpets? Fine.
Feel free to poke around, kick the tires, give it a look-see.