More Books and Quotes

  • Thu, 17:30: Gift idea: Buffalito Destiny by my friend Lawrence Schoen, with cover by my friend Rachael Mayo, Hadley Rille Books:
  • Thu, 18:30: Gift Idea: Four Redheads of the Apocalypse and Four Redheads: Apocalypse Now! from Yard Dog Press
  • Thu, 21:39: RT @DavidBrin1: Microbes thrive on arsenic, substituting it for phosphorus – a key element of life
  • Thu, 21:41: RT @neiltyson: Hi radiation, hi temp, hi pressure, hi acid, & arsenic kills humans. But doesn’t mean microbes can’t do the back-stroke in it
  • Fri, 10:28: Dear Insurance Recruiters: What part of my “I work with words & pictures” resume makes you think I want to sell insurance? Stop spamming me.

On Good Books and Bad Writing

  • Wed, 17:30: Gift idea: My friend Mary Chambers has a featured story in Return To Luna, Hadley Rille Books:
  • Wed, 18:30: Gift idea: Wandering Lark , a fantasy by my friend Laura J. Underwood, Yard Dog Press
  • Thu, 08:41: Observation: The only thing worse than badly written headlines are the badly written articles that follow them.

Books. And Pie.

  • Tue, 15:24: Is that particular shade of CareerBuilder Neon Orange more eye-searing and painful than it used to be? Or is it just me?
  • Tue, 17:30: Gift idea: My friends Mary Chambers & Paula Murray have stories in Renaissance Festival Tales, Hadley Rille Books:
  • Tue, 18:30: Gift idea: Bride of Tranquility by my friend Tracy Morris, Yard Dog Press – a funny murder mystery in haunted hotel –
  • Tue, 21:17: For a cat whose Maine Coon ancestors were well-suited to harsh winter climes, Mayhem is a weenie boy when his widdle puddy paws get cold.
  • Wed, 10:40: If you have pumpkin pie for breakfast at 10:30 am, is it still called breakfast?