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Sorry for the non-posting. Got a bout of the flu, feeling better today, but has been a miserable forty-eight hours. Still have a sore throat and a dry cough but at least don’t have headache+aching bones. Will post something soon. Stay safe…..
Tweet of the Day: What do a tortured vampire and a poisoned witch have in common? ——— “You wanted to see me, Wrex,” said Clan Chief Turtman. Wrex stood in a balcony overlooking the Kelphic valley, “Yeah. Good work on Lorek.” “It was easy. The only real opposition was inside the bomb factory. The local […]
Tweet of the Day: Halloween- Supper for the Dead ——— This week had been a tad more productive blogging wise but still most of the stuff I posted was filler for the things I really wanted to write but for some reason could not manage to get around to writing them. I did manage […]
Tweet of the Day: Faces on the Wall ——— This is a post that blends video games with social commentary. You have been warned. Okay, here we go. Certain video game studios, like EA’s BioWare, are known for the emphasis on story in their game. As part of that emphasis they have included the chance […]
Tweet of the Day: Meditations on Ray Bradbury ——— Mercenaries are extremely popular in speculative fiction. They make for both disposable cannon fodder for the baddies, despicable villains that do what they do for the money or roguish anti-heroes who follow their own conscience. Often the realities that create a need for and sustain mercenary […]
Tweet of the Day: Abandoned Places ——— This post is hard to write and I think it is (part of) the reason why I have been unproductive as of late. Some of you might recall a WiP of mine by the name of Ruins of Empire/Lessons of War. Well it is still a WiP. Getting […]
Tweet of the Day: WeWriWa 10: Fashion Police ——— Nothing is scarier that the unknown and is this trope is based on that fact. Nothing beats the human imagination in its capacity to terrorize, well, itself, or the owner of said imagination. Showing the monster too early ruins the effect. Your mind has something to […]