Archive | February 2012
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Tweet of the Day: When Your Backstory Becomes Your Story ——- The Trader. The Middleman. The Banker. The Ship’s Captain. The Railway Tycoon. The engine of commerce. Welcome to the realm of trade, the engine of commerce. The trader, whatever his title maybe is the person that brings goods to market, sets up the market […]
Tweet of the Day: A Girl Who Reads… ——- Season 1 – Dispatch 1 (s.2) – Dispatch 8 – Dispatch 10 ——- Entre la espada y la pared. ——- I dodged left then right. The gargantuan troll, a construct of Earth and hate, pounded the ground with rocky fists. Excalibur scored hits but the thing […]
Twee of the Day: Addendum: Alberto Manguel and Immigrant Identity ——— Since February is swiftly (and mercifully) coming to an end, it is time to transition from romance tropes to something else. Enter the Wounded Gazelle Gambit. In essence this trope occurs when one party pretends to be the victim in order to solicit sympathy […]
Tweet of the Day: Things That Go Bump ——– Previous Stories: NaStyRoMo 2012: The Wolf and the Songbird – A long way back And the finale: Wants and Needs ——– A thin band of stars stretched across the sky. Thick blankets and Jason’s warmth kept the Autumn cold away. Too bad the twinkling stars could […]
Tweet of the Day: The Runic Superpowers of Odin: Part II ——– And I don’t care. Or at least I shouldn’t. After all as explained by this video from Feminist Frequency: And the helpful folks who commented on this blog post, it is about the system and not the individual movie or book. And yet…. […]
Tweet of the Day: How to Tell if Your Story Begins Too Soon ——- Severus the Rogue – 1 – 6 – 8 ——- The green skins walked into the hall. A head taller than Kay, my cousin and the tallest man there. Wide of shoulder and with muscles sculpted by a lifetime of war. […]