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Tweet of the Day: The Ilyasov Reflection ——- Alliance News Entertainment Desk December 30, 2196 Movies in 2197: Adaptations, Remakes and Sequels By Joan Calder MILGROM, BEKENSTIEN – If this year was the “Year of the Historical Vid” then next year is shaping up to be the year of adaptations and sequels. Action adventure books […]
Tweet of the Day: The Appeal of “Good Guy” Heroes In Sci-Fi Romance ——- Nothing serves to raise the stakes in a story than the death of character. It serves as shorthand for, “Things are/just got serious.” So it should not come as a surprise that writers mark certain characters for the grave in order […]
Welcome to my first entry into the Weekend Writing Warriors for Sunday, December 28, 2014. This is an eight sentence excerpt from my current sci-fi work, Lessons of War. After the sudden and violent death of the Duke and Duchess de Havilland, their son Edward ponders what the future will bring and how can he […]
Tweet of the Day: Experience-A New Beginning ——- This space is an open space where I talk about almost anything that comes to mind, and a subject that is often on my mind is video games. And why not? Video games have been at the forefront of the Information Age. More than anything else, outside […]
Tweet of the Day: A Gnomey Christmas ——- Oh no! – Jam ——- We had an unexpected full house. The in-laws on one side, my brother’s family on the other. The kids with Terry the corgi int ow, ran up and down the house, my brother had his nose glued to his laptop talking to […]
Tweet of the Day: Gaming Communities (complete rambles) ——- Conference Room #3, Turian Hierarchy Embassy, Citadel, Widow, Serpent Nebula, December 24, 2196 “To recap, current Cerberus forces are deployed in eight colonies across three sectors along the Terminus/Verge border. This operation will require a simultaneous strike at all of them in order to ensure their […]